New Released Air Max 270 Golf Shoe for Floridian Summer

New Released Air Max 270 Golf Shoe for Floridian Summer


Sneakerheads2020  has been building its roster of lifestyle-inspired golf shoes, giving particular attention to the Air Max 90. The trend of golf-ready Max Air styles ensues with the return of the Air Max 270 Golf in a refreshing pastel orange and teal arrangement. Instead of the standard mesh base, the Golf proposition uses sleeve-like uppers in White and Photon Dust that prevent moisture from seeping in, while also providing a snug fit. The molded heel counter and signature 270-degree Max Air unit exhibit a pleasing ombre finish consisting of Light Dew and Crimson Tint. These two shades are also applied to other elements individually, with the teal hue seen on the heel loop, side Swoosh, and grippy outsoles—an added feature to prepare the silhouette for the golf course. Meanwhile, Crimson Tint solely colors the “AIR” logo found on the heel. Rounding out the look are Swooshes with the word “GOLF” sitting atop each, printed on the insoles.

2021Sneakers,The Nike Waffle One has only recently surfaced, but it’s already gathered a formidable roster. For its latest ensemble, the modernized-vintage-runner has adopted an eye-catching “Electric Green/Black/Mean Green” palette. Breathable mesh, premium suede overlays and leather profile swooshes divide the aforementioned tones, with the majority of the former two components boasting the pair’s loudest makeups. As with sacai‘s collaborative projects, the latest update to the Swoosh’s revolutionary 1977 proposition boasts a see-through base. Contrast stitching across the profiles and branding on the synthetic tongue indulge in an orange color rooted in Nike history. Midsoles and modified waffle outsoles partake in a tried-and-proven white and “Black” arrangement, but tabs towards the latter’s heel introduce red into the mix.

2020 Air Jordans With the two new Nike Free Run Trails that had surfaced last month, it seems like the early mid-2000s runner is finally making a comeback. From smiley-faced pineapple patches to skeleton-printed insoles, the Swoosh has been quite playful with these upcoming releases. However, Nike is also preparing a treat for audiences who would rather opt for a more versatile, everyday option—namely the “Black/Anthracite-White” colorway. The pair sees a black, suede-like shell that encases the mesh found underneath in a matching shade. While the tongue and ankle are also in black, felting details on the material mix in bits of white. The inside and heel see a gridded nylon material that is absent from the recently-revealed Free Run Trails. Models such as the Nike Zoom Type, on the other hand, have already been fitted in this durable fabric. The design is complete with a comfy white foam sole featuring the famed Nike Free technology.