This year is perhaps the most successful year in terms of releasing the New Jordans 2022. We mention that because their next incarnation is waiting just around the corner, namely the color scheme called "Venice".The refined version of the iconic sneakers combines a hairy suede upper with a soft lining and responsive cushioning. The last element is, of course, the Zoom Air cushion inserted over the entire length of the sole.The color is muted and very simple. The aforementioned suede has been dyed a light shade of heather and only the Swoosh cut on the side is light gray. All this will rest on a yellowed sole with a heather underside. Anyway, take a look at the photos below.Little girls (and women with little feet) will have a special Air Jordan 5 version for them later this summer as a first look at the Air Jordan 5 “Pinksicle” emerges. Staying true to that clean, classic Air Jordan 5 look, this upcoming release sits on a White leather upper, translucent mesh and outsoles, and two-tone color blocking that combines a Pinksicle and Safety Orange to match the shoe. 'summer.
The Air Jordan 1 UK has just officially announced its next project with Jordan Brand. "Airness" is the latest version of the Air Jordan 2 - a continuation of the collaboration on the Air Jordan 1 and Air Jordan 3 models.The announcement of the drop coincides with the premiere of the captivating short film entitled "Your Airness", narrated by the spoken word artist Kyla Lacey. Her powerful poem encourages everyone not only to recognize their "airiness", but also to accept it, especially in times of turbulence today.The tongue, however, swaps out the original's reflective silver in place of a sporty, breathable white jersey mesh, while the lacelock is done in an opaque safety orange. Pink Jumpman logos on the heel match the transparent outsole as well as the inner lining, with orange "shark tooth" detailing in the upper. Although not an official nickname, a "WNBA" moniker has been linked to this release - a reasonable link considering the orange WNBA logo and feminine touch of pink.
In support of the LGBTQIA2S+ community, the brand founded by Bill Bowerman gives us a Nike Dunk Low Prism Pink UK. The special edition springs up like a rainbow about 3 weeks before the Pride March (formerly Gay Pride). Like the 2017 version, the main influence is Gilbert Baker's Rainbow Flag. The multicolored gradient on its sole demonstrates it. The shoe in the Nike Be True pack is original enough to keep you checking out. In addition to the carabiner which reminds us of the Air Force 1 Low Carabiner, the Cortez has 3 superimposed Swoosh. The Nike x Sacai LDWaffle better watch out. The mismatched laces are the icing on the cake. The sneaker associated with Forrest Gump shares this commonality with a Nike SB Dunk Low Pro due soon.