The New Air Jordan 1 High OG Electro Orange will once again become a force this summer/autumn as the "Electro Orange" color scheme will be introduced in adult and elementary school sizes on July 17, 2021. As shown in the official picture here, this new color scheme eliminates the eye-catching hype around the orange shade and introduces something more impactful and dynamic than the relatively faded "starfish". It is decorated with a slightly shiny ankle collar and rubber outsole, while the tongue and the Swoosh logo on the insole have a citrus tone. Although the ankle and heel do not match, this new color-blocking style also uses the original "black toe" appearance. We suspect that as Jordan Brand continues to expand the Retro High OG category, this color arrangement will be reused in various color schemes.
Retro Jordan 2021, Nike Waffle Trainer II recently appeared in the autumn-friendly "Velvet Brown" hue. Similar to the previous iteration, the upcoming shoes are immersed in a two-tone arrangement on the upper, with "dark sulfur" giving life to the silhouette heel and heel heel. In order to pay tribute to the model’s predecessors, the bare foam tongue is immersed in a slightly yellow aesthetic atmosphere and is further refined with the traditional orange Nike logo rooted in the tradition. At the foot, the midsole has a "Summit White" makeup look, while the iconic waffle pattern outsole has a simple black appearance.
Although Nike Air Force 1 is popular with its classic triple white appearance, bright colors continue to land in a few products, which greatly arouses people's interest. For the upcoming GS exclusive color scheme, the two sought sunset-style colors and patterns to create a playful ideal dress for the upcoming summer.
The recently released kids’ Nike Air Max 90 led the sunset theme. Similar to the AM 90, this style chose a smooth white leather base. The Swooshes on the side are coated with dark purple dust, but have a metallic finish, which can provide a nearly discolored effect. Purple also entered the heel tab, but with a more gentle approach-a shade called "Light Thistle". A sketched logo is embroidered on the heel panel, reminiscent of brilliant gold, illuminating the sky, the sole is embroidered with dark red thread, and the bold color completely covers the insole. At the same time, the neon light Copa is applied to the Air logo on the midsole, and the embroidered mini Swoosh is attached near the toe to increase brightness. The round logo on the tongue label represents the sunset and serves as the final standard Nike Air symbol.