With the advent of 2021, March is coming, Nike is ready to welcome St. Patrick's Day and launch a special edition Air Force 1 Low. We just took a look at the Air Max 90 St. Patrick's Day, and now we have officially looked at the Air Force 1 Low with the same theme. The Nike Air Force 1 St. Patrick’s Day is low-functioning with a usual leather modification with a green-shaded upper. White leather began to be used in the side panel design, while light green toes were used. Dark green, then paint around the toes, eyelets, and heels with the usual AF coverage, and also has an embossed four-leaf clover design throughout. The golden lace dubra highlights the laces, while the white rubber midsole and dark green outsole complete the lucky makeover.
Another 2021 leak is here with the shadows emerging from Air Jordan 1 inspired the black/smoky gray theme, exuding a refreshing and fresh new look. A few months ago, Air Jordan 2021 leaks became crazy, but recently, Air Jordan 1 Mid Grey Fog Deadly Pink,we have seen the news start to cool down, but now, we have launched another brand new Air Jordan 1 High, and many people will like its color scheme. Wearing black clothes. White and light smoky gray, this AJ1 uses a classic black and white color scheme, and gray details add a refreshing touch to the iconic sneakers. Although no leaked images have just surfaced, we expect white leather trimmed side panels and toes, while black covers most of the sneakers. The matching laces and tongue make the sneakers darker, while the light gray covers the ankles. A white Longmer midsole and gray outsole will then complete the newly coveted design from the Jordan brand.
Nike's Air Max retros is always an event worth looking forward to, because Swoosh will regularly restore the fans' love in new and improved iterations. This week, rumors surfaced, suggesting that Air Max 96 2 is coming back sometime in the future. Since Nike's launch in 1986, the Air Max series has been introducing new and exciting styles, Air Jordan 5 Retro CU4523-100 White Red Black and the new styles will only get better over time. However, many fans are still eager to get their childhood shoes, or watch their favorite athletes dominate the shoes they wore when they were young. Fortunately, Nike also has a hobby of nostalgia and is very happy to comply with these wishes. This week, we will focus on the next Air Max retro, which is speculated to revive the beloved Air Max 96 II runners this year. So far, there are signs that the 96 II will arrive sometime this fall, and it may kick off with the original purple and red "cherry" color scheme.