Air Jordan 1 Mid “Grey/Black/Red” 554724-096 release information


Air Jordan 1 Mid “Grey/Black/Red” 554724-096 release information

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The Air Jordan 1 Mid has not been widely accepted by savvy sports shoe consumers, but without such a joint logo, its silhouette has been well done. Eye-catching color schemes such as the new gray, black, and red options are responsible. This upcoming sneaker is reminiscent of the "Shadow" arrangement that appeared on its later versions, and its smooth leather upper uses a grayscale color scheme. Deviation is achieved through the iconic "Wings" logo on the lateral ankle flap. Although not a jewelry style, the Air Jordan 1-variant's basketball-specific details stand out through its scarlet style and slightly shiny finish. The Jumpman brand on the tongue and insole is also obsessed with red, but don't use any shiny coating. At the foot, the contour of the midsole is perfected by the white midsole/black outsole combination to make the main soft makeup look more perfect.
New Jordan 2020, As evidenced by the quilted textiles and wool lining used in the upcoming "Toasty" bag, the Nike Blazer Mid is no stranger to unique textures. This still applies as Swoosh incorporates Blazer Mid "Move To Zero" into GS's exclusive "Arsenal Navy" (a patchwork of recycled materials with a futuristic look). In keeping with Nike's environmental awareness "Move To Zero" campaign, this pair of shoes is composed of at least 20% recycled content. The toe cap and forefoot panel are made of navy synthetic suede, and the rest of the upper is translucent, reminiscent of the space age. This transparent panel has a green grid pattern to further emphasize technology-related topics. As for the brand elements, white outline Swooshes are printed on both sides, and the windmill logo "Move To Zero" is printed on the heel. This style uses an interesting blue translucent rubber midsole, wrapped with a sole unit made of recycled rubber, which is one of Nike's original sustainable materials.
Retro Jordan 2021, Nike still launches colorful and playful shoes to make summer fun. With the launch of another Nike Air Force 1 with a pineapple theme by Swoosh, the good atmosphere continues-a reminder that no one is too old to have fun. Similar to the previous "Pineapple" Air Force One and other styles in this tropical backpack, the shades of "coconut milk" and "green light" take center stage. "Coconut milk" dyes the model's shoe upper, which is made from pineapple leaf fiber waste and recycled canvas. The silhouette Swooshes and heel label choose a slightly darker tan, but there is a hint of "green light" underneath, which brings a playful appearance and is still very suitable for daily wear. On the tongue, embroidered with a happy pineapple. Finally, the insole, lace and outsole all use cork materials to maintain the plant theme triggered by the smiley fruit.
.jordan shoes 2019, There is no one happier now than Giannis Antetokounmpo. The Milwaukee Bucks superstar won his first NBA championship in a convincing way last week, winning the championship with an incredible 50 points and winning the trophy in Game 6. The timing of the release of Zoom Freak 3 couldn't be more perfect, because his third signature shoe will be on sale in the United States in early August. New color schemes continue to emerge, which amazes the growing fan base of Greek freaks. This upcoming version uses the primary colors of red, blue, green, and yellow (colors reminiscent of eBay), and some unique tongue logos use the Antetokounmpo logo as the nucleus and dropper.

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