The latest generation of Jordan Brand Air Jordan 1 Low uses fluorescent "Limelight" hue to give the classic silhouette a new look. Air Jordan 1 Fearless Compared with the "University Blue" and "University Gold" color schemes that just appeared a few days ago, this model only uses one tone, which can provide the smallest color look. The embroidered trapeze logo on the top of the tongue is from the shoe design Start with a set of flat laces and a lightly padded ankle neckline. Smooth full-grain leather appears along the eyelet panel, toe cap, swoosh and heel, while the rest of the upper is white mesh. In addition to branding on the tongue, the heel of this shoe is also carefully sewn with the Jordan Brand "Air Jordan" logo. All these details are covered on the white midsole, perfect interpretation of the simple design of the shoe.
Continuing to launch outstanding women's releases, Nike is now preparing a "red team" to take high dunks. Nike Dunk High Team Red Centered around "Sail/Team Red/Light Ivory", the shoe is characterized by a high-quality beige leather base that emphasizes the contrast light burgundy coverage. In addition to the Swoosh logo on the side, the tongue label and printed insole continue the two-tone appearance, adding additional branding to the shoes. The finished design is a matching "sail" midsole and "team red" rubber outsole, which improves the upper.
Nike's latest Air Force 1 Low experimental shoe has undergone a "Archeo Brown" facelift. This color scheme is one of the new versions of some bold classic styles recently launched by Nike, just like the last time I saw the "racing powder" color scheme for a week. The "Archaeo Brown" color matching with bright "University Gold" highlights gives the shoes a prominent two-tone design. Starting from the top of the shoe is a yellow nylon tongue, supplemented by a tear-proof pull tab, a set of tone laces and an elastic pull cord. The rest of the upper is in a thick foam color in "ancient brown", tightly pressed on a transparent package with the brand "Air Force 1" printed on it. Other details, such as the scribbled "N.354" logo on the Swoosh logo, the white sticker on the heel and the yellow midsole, perfectly interpret the vivid design of this shoe.