The unforgettable Nike Air Max 1 Mandarin Duck Grey came back strong in 2020 and 2021, reintroducing the famous Japan-exclusive Dunks to a much wider market. Following these colorful suede concoctions, Nike has rounded up a few more colorways in low and high fashion, with this latest Dunk touching on some of the famous original entries.This next iteration is constructed with the same combination of soft and shaggy suedes, with plum red paired with olive green at the toe, mid panel, and ankle. The Swoosh logo appears in a faded mauve tone, matching the laces. The midsole adds a touch of speckle for a bit of ACG style.Nike's ongoing pursuit of crazy Dunk concepts doesn't require deep exploration of ideas. Sometimes it's as simple as looking at common objects in the room.This upcoming Nike Dunk release focuses on muted tones, opting for this distressed cream, faded light mint and orange brown on the furry rug-like material on the Swoosh logo and heel tab. It has a bit of a Cactus Plant Flea Market vibe thanks to its shaggy look, an aesthetic made worse by the crinkled suede at the toe and center panel. The soft mesh on the tongue further enhances this thrifty look, but it's really the shabby color scheme that completes the profile.
Many people wear Nike Releases Dates 2022 shoes on a daily basis, often unaware that the Nike Air technology found in each model in the line was developed by a former NASA engineer. Fewer still are those who know that this cushioning system could very well have been born under the flag of the main competitor of the American giant, the engineer in question having first knocked on the door of adidas which, unlike Nike, failed to perceive the potential of its innovation. Too bad for the brand with 3 stripes. So much the better for the one with the comma. We owe this innovation to Frank Rudy. Visionary, Marion ''Frank'' Rudy, of his real name, worked for several years for the American space agency (NASA) where he was notably responsible for reinforcing the safety of cosmonauts' equipment, starting with their essential combination. This is precisely where the air comes from, or more exactly the compressed gas, present in the sole of the sneakers in the Air Max range. Seven years after his death, the man who undoubtedly revolutionized the running shoe market finds himself on the cover of Sneaker Style.
Stussy connoisseurs are sure to know the “Fossil” colourway by now. On the New Jordans Release UK we find a hemp-like upper again. However, the main part of the shoe is a coarse mesh. As with the 15 Air Max, the Swoosh is further back and vice versa. The inverted Swoosh logo from the 2015 model remains and is roughly embroidered in black. We find Stussy brandings in the usual places. Surely this colourway is the best you can find on an Air Max 2015. But we're just not really convinced by the silhouette. The model itself looks more like an Air Max 2013 and like the Spiridon Cage 2, Stussy completely frosted the air bubble.On the day he drops some unique sneakers. That's when the Nike Air Force 1 Low – 'SNKRS Day' came up. A white with bruine AF1 which is made of premium materials. In the article lees ever everything about the release of the sneaker and hebben we all official photos op een rij gezet.
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