Throughout 2020, Nike confirmed that given the popularity of the Air Jordan 1 Mid at high after-sales prices, the Mid is still on sale. Regarding its latest claim, non-original decorations have appeared in the children's exclusive "Arctic Orange/White/Black" color scheme, which will arrive at retailers in Asia today (it is already in Japan on April 10). Similar to the mature spring style that appeared before, the upcoming retro is mainly obsessed with a "colorless" leather base. Contour Swoosh, tongue and collar lining, however, introduce a combination of sharp "black" contrast. The label on the tongue and the "wing" logo on the outer flap of the ankle further deviate from the soft palette, with a distinct "Arctic Orange" style, which is more like coral than citrus. Nonetheless, the nameless tones also appear on the outsole, providing a preview of what Nike Dunk Low is with the same color palette may look like it is almost the same design.
2021Sneakers is nothing more inconsistent than the Nike Dunks release date. It may be due to transportation issues throughout the industry. Generally speaking, it is almost impossible to argue about the release date of sneakers, because delays and last-minute changes have become the norm-especially dunks. Dunk Low "Photon Dust" is no exception, because it will be staggered releases according to different regions; EU/UK and Asia will release Photon Dust Dunk on April 16, while the US retailer reports the release date on April 27 ——Although the date is subject to change. The US version of Nike SNKRS has not yet been announced. Although Nike Dunk Low "Photon Dust" is a women's version, it will certainly be sought after by men. The simple white two-tone color scheme is reminiscent of the BE REAUL series dunks in the mid-1980s. Many new and old dunk fans seem to be attracted by this simplicity. Nothing speaks of cleanliness better than light gray, and photon dust can easily meet this need.
Buy Jordan Soles has also rendered, mixed and revisited some logos. An upcoming GS Nike Air Max Plus commemorates the many logos of the brand and its Air Max series with a brand overlying fender, similar to the recently exposed Air Max 95 foot guard. Despite the over-branded design, this model still advertises a clean, streamlined appearance, starting with a plush white mesh bottom. The iconic wavy TPU design line is also white, disguised as an upper. Neon lights are rarely used, mainly found in lace rings, outsoles, and black and neon gradient midsole pieces. The most noteworthy detail of this adjusted Air profile is the gray fender that surrounds the entire model, which uses a variety of Nike Air Max logo patterns. Since the over-branding model is gray tones, a sleek appearance is still maintained.