The Nike Dunk Low Grey Fog is the silhouette of the moment and there’s absolutely no doubt about that. And with its successful resurgence, Nike‘s strategy with the classic hoops-turned-lifestyle model has been to essentially release a plethora of two-toned colorways in both high-top and low-cut variations.Hits of white are slapped onto areas such as the tongues, collars, toe boxes and quarters, while the overlays, laces, side Swooshes and heel overlays are flooded with its nominal tone. More “Grey Fog” accents also drop off onto the interior liners and tops of the tongues. Rounding off its look are midsoles that see through to a pure white finish along with outsoles that are also dyed with a foggy exterior.
The Air Jordan 1 High OG Bordeaux emerges with a rich colorway. The shoe's leather upper appears with a white base, overlaid by Bordeaux leather throughout. The Swoosh branding and jewel 'Wings' logo add metallic silver to the look, with a lightly padded nylon tongue supporting the fit. Underfoot, Air in the heel of the midsole offers cushioning, giving way to a concentric rubber outsole for traction.The wine hue trickles onto the laces and interior liners while the Swooshes and traditional ball-and-wings insignias add contrast in metallic silver. White midsoles are lined with subtle silver stitching and sealed off with outsoles dyed in the nominal shade.
Working on a low-top profile, this Air Jordan 1 Mid Apricot Orange sees a neat combination of pebbled leather, similar to a basketball, suede and mesh constructed upper. The panels throughout indulge in soft hues of orange, pink, and beige, altogether delivering a summer-ready look.Branding throughout the upcoming release doesn’t deviate from its standard design, but everything from profile swooshes and Wings insignias, Jumpman logos on the tongue and sockliner, and “NIKE AIR” text on the outsole indulge in shades of pastel. Underfoot, the sole unit rounds out the potential women’s-exclusive retro with a earthy midsole/pink outsole combination.