Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG 555088-180 Electro Orange Releasing Soon

Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG 555088-180 Electro Orange Releasing Soon


The familiar "Starfish Orange" color scheme is derived from the famous broken backboard color scheme, and will temporarily take a back seat during the Air Jordan 1 trip in July this year. Instead, the Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG will present a brighter and more vibrant citrus tone with "Electro Orange", which can be seen in the official image of elementary school size. In the vivid colors, the ankle neckline is treated with gloss, which forms a proper contrast with the white/black upper. The rest of the shoe uses a standard leather structure with a bit of "black toe" color patches. The heel and ankle collar are changed by choosing white leather, so we can already imagine sneaker customizers soon giving their paint library to these optional changes.

Buy Yeezy Online,Pharrell Williams, who just passed his 48th birthday, revealed his next project with Adidas: the relaunch of the premium basic series and the launch of two pairs of superstar Primeknit at the same time. Unlike Williams’ previous shoe collaborations, the upcoming two gave up any vibrant orange, yellow, and other hues and replaced them with white or black hues. Perfect for the warmth of the year, the silhouette maintains the appearance of shell toes, but builds on a 51-year-old design, breathable, and lightweight Primeknit material. The trademarks on the tongue, mid-neck and ankle are all blended with vibrant green contrasts. This is undoubtedly a tribute to the Virginia native’s racial efforts and Stan Smith, who added three stripes in 2014 It has been renovated many times. In terms of clothing, the redesigned basic models (such as t-shirts, round neck sweaters, sweatpants) boasted the cuts and colors previously seen in Williams' clothing designs. The high-level basic models and the modified superstar series together create a series of comfortable and fashionable everyday wear styles.

New Air Force 1 ,Despite being an icon in the Nike Basketball story catalog, Nike Air Raid has historically been obscured by other basketball sneakers in the 90s. During the collaboration with Nike, Inc., Jerry Lorenzo shifted people’s attention to this silhouette and re-released the original color scheme before the end of 2020. This outdoor-only model has launched its own "white/light brown" style in summer to meet the next challenge. The mixture of synthetic leather and breathable mesh constitutes the "colorless" appearance of most of the upper part of the air raid boat. Tongue, pull ring and brand "X" locking strap follow up. Under the feet, the story mostly remains the same, because the durable midsole cushioning also appears in "white". Although not the most ideal arrangement to play basketball outdoors, the light-colored proposition complements the light rubber sole, providing the perfect sneaker for a summer stay.