Air Jordan 12 “Twist” Releasing A Home-Friendly

  • New Jordan, Air Jordan 12 only accepts a small number of releases each year. For example, in the past few months, we have only seen two types: one is a simple "Easter" tribute, and the other is a combination of "ice cream" unique to girls. But later this year, we may see things get better, because this silhouette will help end the "distorted" colors of summer. It was revealed as early as January that this scheme is just a fairly simple combination of several tones. White leather runs through the entire building, laying the foundation for the contours and the roll and cobblestone textures of the mudguards, respectively. Elsewhere, eyelets and brand side labels tend to be metallic "university red" to match the logo on the heel and sole. Black, then, wheel along the pedal palette, lining, counter, and tongue with a little trapeze embroidery.

    Although there are still a few months, but this holiday has attracted countless fans of NIKE, Inc.. In addition to the recently teased Air Jordan Holiday 2021 series, the Halloween-themed Nike SB Dunk Low has just surfaced. This hopeful luminous design is perfect for the scariest moment of the year. Similar to the previous proposal prepared for the October 31st holiday, the upcoming couple has been portrayed through the physical model of the "sail/starfish orange/black" color scheme. The 2021 release did not highlight the tone of the night’s memories like last year’s "Mischief Night" and "Day of the Dead" style, but it is rumored to be a light cream color covered with dark colors. The citrus side Swoosh logo, tongue and neckline lining will be further integrated into the Halloween theme, but compared with previous Nike Sportswear products, their appearance is not so dominant. However, the most prominent detail of the holiday Nike dunk is the luminous finish applied to the "black" covering of the outsole and different eye expressions printed on the entire shoe.

    As Kevin Durant continued to recover from injuries on and off the court, the 32-year-old unofficially released Nike KD 14. In addition to Brooklyn's web-friendly "black/white" color scheme, the new silhouette will also introduce a vibrant, multi-color option. Although the specific technical details have not yet been disclosed, the upcoming pair maintains a mixed upper of fabric, synthetic and textile materials. The composite mesh sole visible under the surface layer of the upper is proud of the eye-catching grey-green hue, while the above-mentioned coating is proud of its "white" makeup. The midfoot locks the shoulder straps, which have been taken from Durant’s line, because the KD 7 and similar Kyrie Irving’s past sneakers also provide a vivid green style. The tongue and support structure at the heel also help to improve the aesthetics of the shoe, but it is also accompanied by (arguably eclipsed) the almost rainbow design, which occupies the multidirectional pedal on the sole of the foot. Finally, the full palm Zoom Air Strobel is perfectly combined with the forefoot built-in Zoom Air to create sensitive cushioning performance.