The Jordan 11 Retro Low Infrared 23 UK is the best-selling Air Jordan model to this day. The shoe has been immensely popular since 1985. Colorways with red, white and black always do well with the Air Jordan 1. This is thanks to the worldwide success that Michael Jordan achieved with the Chicago Bulls, the NBA team from Chicago. This new colorway, the "Light Fusion Red", resembles a classic '85 model but has refreshing elements to match the here and now.The upper of the shoe is white with bright red overlays. The shoe is made entirely of leather and has a yellow ankle collar and yellow swoosh. The Nike Air branding on the tongue has a color gradient, also called gradient, from yellow to red.We think more particularly of the Waffle, and of course of the Tailwind, the first model to have integrated Nike Air technology. Evidenced by the contemporary yet resolutely vintage line of this famous Pre-Day which seems to come straight out of the 1970s. At that time, the innovation resulting from the combination of NASA cosmonauts was not visible. It is on the Air Max Pre-Day, which thus has the particularity of pairing a latest generation sole, truly innovative, with an exoskeleton that perpetuates the heritage of the American firm on the race tracks. As for the composition of the upper, which is revealed on this Liquid ’Liquid Lime’ variation in a pale spring green, the focus has been given to the mesh.
Special about this Air Force 1 07 White Red is that Nike hints at the OG releases of the sneakers with each model. On this Air Max 90 this can be seen by the "Infrared" red color that has been used. The Air Max 90 released in 1990 and had this striking red color during the release. The OG sneaker had a white base, this time it has been replaced by a black and dark gray color. The black overlay above the sole has been given a safari print with an appropriate “Kiss My Airs” label.The iconic Air Max 95 should of course also be celebrated. The shoe was released, you guessed it, in 1995. The sneaker was designed by Sergio Lozano, who used the human anatomy as the inspiration for the design. The shoe looks sturdy, because it was designed as a running shoe for rainy days. The colorway on the 1995 OG release featured the same neon yellow color that we see on the model today. Furthermore, the gray overlays above the sole also hint at the OG design.Most original, and heralded as ultra-comfortable, the latest addition to the brand's Swoosh workshops is revealed on Sneaker Style in a "Liquid Lime" colourway that is as trendy as it is seductive.
Paired with the upcoming Air Jordan 4 Red Thunder, this product accentuates its upper with a number of bold pastel shades. Lightly, navy blue delicately marks the lower sole, adorned just below the fluorescent green Air mass. Neon-blue is found again along the side strap, hanging on the edge of a slightly quilted white nylon sole.With his Air Max 1, designer Tinker Hatfield didn't just revolutionize the running shoe market with a silhouette that is now a mainstay of streetwear fashion. He initiated a project consisting in pushing the limits of the Nike Air cushioning system over models, each more successful than the last and in which the famous technology developed by Frank Rudy in the 1970s generally occupies more and more space. . The place it is given in the various evolutions of the 1987 classic is not, however, indicative of its performance. Evidenced by the way in which Hatfield's successors have integrated it into this new Nike Air Max Pre-Day which will be launched as part of the Air Max Day 2021, at the same time as the Air Max 1 '' Evolution Of Icons '' '.