Latest Air Jordan 1 Low Goes Simple White And Black for Women

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Latest Air Jordan 1 Low Goes Simple White And Black for Women

New Jordan takes one and two is a brilliant younger brother. Although it may be cheaper and a bit cut, the silhouette easily enters its own unique color variety. Here, all we see is the arrival of the upper, in pastels and even some multi-colored marble. Subvert the classic white/black luxury dress, the marble hit the midfoot, almost like a watercolor painting. The shades of pink, yellow, green, and blue seem to interweave, forming thick stripes underneath. Elsewhere, a gray grid constructs the foundation, so that blue tape, contrast stitches, and yellow threads highlight the adjacent black eye pillars, laces and panels. Olive green then rounds the entire palette, emphasizing the holographic tongue label and pattern counter.
Air Jordan 1 Low's Tiffany-inspired color scheme and Chinese New Year costumes seem to be only suitable for bold and weird color schemes. However, with the unveiling of this women's exclusive shoe, it is clear that this shoe can also be timeless. Although this Air Jordan 1 Low White Black looks like your ordinary white/black match, the service is a tribute to some old darlings on the surface. Specifically, it has a passer-by similar "Storm" dunk high, which was originally provided many years ago. Dark black leather wraps all underneath-appearing in the toe box as well as the middle panel-while the brighter white neutral contrast covers, lace units, Swoosh, and sole. Many of these provide a perfect background to boldly face the "23" text along the instep and the signature trapeze embroidery.
In the new Air Max 97 and other models, Nike has launched a series of original, animated mascots to create fun sports shoe bags. For a new Air Force 1 All Smiles Glow In Dark , the brand reused its famous "Have a Nike Day" smiley face, while adding luminous details. The smooth leather upper of this women's exclusive shoe contains almost no fluorescent paint. A black side swoosh is placed on it, and two plastic elements are placed on it as eyes to reproduce the swoosh smile mascot promoting Sean Wortherspoon. The usual metal lace Dubry has been replaced with neon green acrylic tube and "Air Force  1" black printing. A change to the traditional logo was also found on the tongue label and heel label, where a more curly and whimsical font was selected for the "AIR" text. In order to increase the fun factor, the heel label uses a translucent rubber material to glow in the dark. The green outsole is integrated into the translucent design, and the iconic smiling face can be seen from below. The character reappeared on the insole, completing the cheerful design.

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