The first thing you notice is of course the Jordan Why Not Zer0.3. A sketched fresh look, with the idea that it has been colored in with a pen or pencil. Of course, the Air Force 1 itself is a clean sneaker and it has remained the same in this case. The outlined details are applied in moderation and are not disturbing. It is a real beauty. We’re not going around that. The sneaker has of course used its classic upper, made of leather material. Above the drawn Swoosh you will find the name of the model, Nike Air Force One. On the front of the sneaker you will find the year in which the Air Force 1 debuted, namely 1982. What is also striking about the sneaker is that there is no large Swoosh on the inside of the sneaker, but a small mini Swoosh on the rear panel.
The gray colors are linked for the Air Jordan 11 Metallic Silver after the SB New-York to Paris, Zoom or Dior versions to go further. However, this Air Jordan 1 High Light Smoke Gray is more in line with the Air Jordan 1 High Crimson of the beginning of 2019 by offering a similar mix-material and a very slight change in color. Exit the side panels and the toebox in black leather, hello white leather. With this modification, this Jordan 1 gains in brightness. For the rest, there is gray suede and red and black work on the collar. A simple and effective composition that works well on the silhouette imagined by Peter Moore.
The white and black Air Jordan 13 with the famous red rectangle spun in your hands? No reason to panic. First, restocks will be organized during the season. Then the Nike Air Force 1 Low LV8 Utility Bred & White University Red are here. The low shoes are a continuation of AF1 Under Construction. For example, a cut in the shape of a Swoosh was made on its side. You will find the same pull tab at the back, the warning tape (badge) and the reinforcement at the end of the foot.Enough to rekindle the flame in the hearts of fans of the collaboration, the designer at the head of Louis Vuitton Homme shares on the Off-White Instagram account some archival visuals of the Nike Air Max 90 x Off-White.