In addition to Nike SB's proposition, Nike Blazer Low also likes the simple two-tone style made of leather. However, in the latest style, the style uses a variety of autumn-friendly colors and furry suede structure, reminiscent of the "ugly duckling" theme that appeared on Nike Dunk Low. Off-white lays the foundation for a range of shades-including vibrant green, light brown, amber, olive and mocha. Each contrasting color covers the upper, and the latter two colors separate the outline pattern. At the foot, the sole unit discards any soft taste at the top, and instead adopts a full "sail" arrangement. Although Swoosh is unlikely to create the "Ugly Duckling" series on Blazer, the model's trim is very suitable for "Plum", "Ceramic" and "Veneer"-look-a-like.
New Jordan 2020, Pastels are all the rage every spring and summer, whether it is clothing or footwear choices. This season-like most people-Nike is at the forefront of sports, launching more colorful options with Blazer Mid '77. Along with the matching Air Force 1, which was launched earlier this week, Blazer has incorporated many soft tones. For example, the swoosh, eye support and toe cap are dyed light yellow, light pink and dark green respectively, in sharp contrast with the white leather base typical of the mid-top style. In addition to graying the toes, the midsole, brand logo and shoelace unit of the upper are very simple.
Retro Jordan 2021, With the end of spring coming to an end, Nike still has some last-minute pastel releases. The upcoming Air Force 1 is slightly different from the classic three-white color scheme. It not only cleverly uses soft colors, but also uses texture and special lace. Although the upper is completely obsessed with white, a closer look will reveal a subtle contrast between the smooth leather base and the pebbled leather covering. Lavender outline Swooshes uses fluffy velvety material and outlines the outline through embroidery. For a softer touch, the purple is also applied to the Nike Air logo on the tongue label and heel label. This exquisite design with silver Swoosh lace further adds to the luxurious beauty of the model.
Nike Air Force 1 Low has always been a perfect fusion of clever and bold styles. The model appears in Nike Sportswear's upcoming "First Use" series, including eye-catching clothing for different preferences, one of which is a new outfit based on white and covered in blue shades. Unlike the previous Bruce Kilgore design iterations and classic styles such as Air Max 90, the upcoming pair of shoes gives up any direct call to the capsule theme: the date of the first use of the swoosh logo-feet is omitted from the middle. Instead, this Air Force 1 Low pays tribute to the early days of the logo through the retro branding on the tongue, insole and heel. Lace dubraes also mark the particularity of Carolyn Davidson's design, obsessed with shiny metallic gold finishes. At the foot, the sole unit continues the white and blue color scheme of the upper part.