Add another index card to Nike's plant-focused shoe collection. By focusing on the sustainable coloring methods allowed by vegetable dyes, Nike put these multifaceted resources under the spotlight and proudly displayed them on the low profile of New Nike Air Force 1. The new addition to the garden is Himalayan rhubarb, which is usually used to dye clothes from pale yellow to brown. Like other members of the Nike Sportswear "Plant Dyes" series, the leaf-shaped part is embroidered on the heel, and the Nike Air logo on the heel is printed with descriptive text. Obviously, the vegetable dye package has proven to be quite expansive, and I don’t know what other styles will be revealed. Now, it's just a matter of release date. There is no news yet, but considering the connection between botany and flowering season, late spring/early summer seems to be an obvious starting point.
The exposure time of the Air Jordan 35 Low in the spotlight is not as good as its tall opponent, which appeared in various colors during the 2020 Air Jordans, but its appearance has some eye-catching arrangements. This basketball boot recently launched a tried-and-tested "white/black/college red" color scheme, similar to the color scheme on the 2006 Nike Air Force 1 "Scarface". The upper is made of a variety of materials, providing excellent performance advantages in terms of breathability and durability, while highlighting the "yin and yang" style. The subtle details on the lace guard introduce rich scarlet to mix and match, while the all-black-tongue Trapeze brand is addicted to the eye-catching shiny silver. Just like the Nike Sportswear classic mentioned earlier (and its iconic "scarface" movie poster), the Jordan 35's low-top inner side is mostly replaced by "black"; the side mesh sidewalls are also similar. , But there is a sharp "white" contrast around their artificial leather, forming a split combination. Under the foot, the Eclipse Plate 2.0 and the included midsole cushioning system work in conjunction with the herringbone-based outsole to bring the Chicago Bulls-friendly palette into the lower half of the shoe.
Jordan 2020 Release was launched in the summer of 2020, and was inspired by companies such as Lego, Juventus F.C. and The Simpsons to equip its legendary ZX trainer with an ensemble. In the latest design, three stripes use Reebok Instapump Fury as a new profile: the ZX pump. Effectively combining two icons from the 1980s and 1990s, the upcoming proposition is obsessed with a statement palette. The iconic "Citron" hue of Reebok models adds vitality to the side coverings of the shoes, while the ZX8000-based base has an eye-catching "Aqua" makeup. Although the ZX pump features the pump valve designed by Steven Smith, the only unit with bladder and hexagonal cushions, its inclusion in the "A-ZX" series ensures that it highlights the historical torsion system support line. At this point, the contour Tang has a molded support structure on the heel, and the contour 3-stripes on the midfoot and upper remain basically unchanged from the original ZX 8000.