The fabulous "metallic" color scheme of the Air Jordan 1 in 1985 was almost among the best in the most popular AJ1s. In June of this year, it seemed that the Jordan brand was one step closer to achieving this goal. The Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG was first released in June 2020. Air Jordan 1 High Court Purple will use a white/purple match, but the official pictures show that the upcoming version has a key change, that is, the classic cotton cloth is replaced with a satin lining. I also appear that the ankle neckline and Swoosh have a mild luster, hinting at the original metal finish.
Halloween is only a few months away-half a year is coming-but New Jordan is celebrating this horrible holiday, as if it is coming in a few weeks. This Air Max 95 seems to be the brand's first choice on Halloween. It uses black and orange tones, which is very suitable for trick or treat without sugar. Most public themes-such as eyeballs, spider webs, and similar-are appropriately avoided here. Instead, it was a dark black shadow, dyeing the leather on the side of the rudder, the mesh on it and the nylon tongue. These details have many reflective features. Elsewhere, the latter is more applied to heel tags, with Nike Air embroidery that matches the orange of the nearby Swoosh and Air cushions.
As early as 2020, most of Nike SB products tend to be eccentric. But for 2021, it seems that the key sub-tag of skateboarding is thankfully bringing things back to basics. As shown in the past several conferences, Blazer Low sounded in this subtle change, Nike SB Blazer Low Red Clay wearing a completely "classic" suede clothing. This upcoming "red clay" color scheme will only increase diversity. Its suede upper is completely covered in burnt red shades, while the Swoosh and heel tabs contrast on top of its polished white leather. The textured midsole, laces and lining have chosen the very same neutral, but the nylon on the tongue is cleverly wrapped in the "Sail", but it cannot be said to be the same neutral