2021Sneakers launched a special edition of the Xbox wireless controller and the Nike LeBron 18 low sneaker bag. Unlike other plans announced in June this year, the design of the upcoming collaboration plan is inspired by the relentless pursuit between Wile E. Coyote and the eternally elusive road runner. Under the leadership of Nike's senior footwear designer Remesero Petrie, LeBron James' shoes were reimagined as mismatched earth tones and other tones that symbolized ACME installations, dust clouds, and two competitors. The "Tuning Team" logo takes over the traditional branding on the top of the tongue, further demonstrating the connection between sneakers and the next "Space Jam" movie. The accompanying Xbox wireless controller also hints at the details of the low-end pair. Its hybrid D-Pad and textured grip integrate the classic "ACME" logo, while some iconic phrases-"Yeeow!" And "Beep!"-Appear on both sides of the attachment, jokingly mentioning Wile E. Coyote and Physical humor between highway runners.
Latest Jordans News does not exercise. Many years ago, Nike made history with Bill Bowerman's first launch of the now iconic waffle sole. Both professional and amateur runners like this technology very much, and decades later, this technology has continued. Although one of the waffles "Rawdacious" is different from the past, it highlights the aforementioned history and proposes a key theme: "Sports unites everything." While dressing for the heel, the above text also shows a university-like appearance, and the font is similar to the style of the Ivy League. The following is an addition to similar meanings, touting the "collective vision of the BETTER world" in the same ending. In the picture above, "Great Unity" has been poked into the bright green heel, and the heel part of the heel is covered by a brown glazed heel clip. Then, put on light and dark needle tips, and paint color on the base that goes through the mesh, leather dizziness and eyes/toes. In addition, cream shoelaces and tongues add the same sweet combination to the rest of the palette.
Just a few weeks ago, the Tokyo Olympics inspired every sportswear brand to push its best and most active feet forward. After a series of basketball performances, New Release Yeezy focused on running and expanded their innovative 4DFWD colors with makeup inspired by "Tokyo". Here, the wearing of the printed sole is similar to the previous appearance. The aged pale white is used throughout the lattice structure, which even matches the tread pattern of the sole. In the picture above, the knitting is presented in all white, while the stripes contrast with the dark circles of the eyes. Elsewhere, the heel shows the popularity of "sun red" and surrounds the color palette to pay tribute to Japan's two-color national flag. Expect more Tokyo-style colors to appear next to them. 4DFWD will be released on Saturday, July 3 through Adidas.com