In March of this year, the Air Jordan 13 Retro Black Royal was teased for the first time through an unauthorized physical model, and it was finally officially released tomorrow (December 19). Historically, the designs of these two colors have been favored by Jordan women's clothing, and the designs of these two colors have always been unpopular. Reflective cladding and leather soles laid the foundation for the rich "super royal" contrast suede from the midfoot to the heel; the tooling of the midsole also enriched the tone. Elsewhere, the holographic eyes on the side heel maintain its standard makeup, while the wildcat's nostalgic outsoles are mostly proud of their low-key "black" hue. In short, the arrangement of Jordan 13 is familiar, but refreshing, especially when retro is gradually entering its 25th anniversary.
As seen on the Blazer Mid 77 and Air Force 1 Pixel, Nike incorporated orange leopard print elements into its low-key women's release. New Nike Blazer Mid 77 Vntg BQ6806-106 White Grey The next person to see this theme is Air Max 90. The colorless smooth leather covering sits on a matching grid base, allowing more luxurious elements to be the main focus. These animal prints use suede to create a side swoosh logo and tongue label. The rest of the models are as expected, and their familiar leather fenders, rubber outsoles, and heel brands are all neutral. Leopard print and suede are matched with an all-white everyday silhouette to create a sneaker that reflects modern fashion.
James Harden may or may not stay with the Houston Rockets, but one thing is certain: He is still using his Adidas Harden Volume 5 to push the performance limits of basketball shoes. At first glance, the outline of these three stripes is similar to other products, Latest Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG White Black University Blue but a closer look will reveal a unique proposition. The seamless forging between the mixed-material upper and the LIGHTSTRIKE midsole is made possible by Adidas' innovative new mold Futurenatural. In order to move freely on the court, the design method will appear in the brand's higher performance sneakers in 2021 and beyond. Unlike Harden's fifth-generation signature sneakers before, the newly launched "Ice Pink/Cloud White/Glow Pink" option is indulged in a rather tonal arrangement. The entire shoe style uses the Harden logo and 3-stripes brand, slightly deviating from the rose hue.