Latest Jordan 2020 With the rumored switch to another Travis Scott collaboration, Air Jordan 1 low continues to appear in remarkable color. The latest model has "Arctic Punch/Purple Pulse/White" hue and a layered Swoosh logo. The "white" smooth leather lays the foundation for the rich pink overlay, which also appeared on other Jordan shoes last year. The Swoosh logo on the side draws on the design inspiration of the Nike Air Force 1 option prepared for Easter last year, presenting the "pulse purple" tone in a layered manner. The neckline lining, contrast stitching and matching brands are also obsessed with purple. The sole uses a combination of a "white" midsole and a "purple pulse" outsole to create a perfect look and become a popular new member of the Nike Dunk series.
Although most of Nike's inspiration comes from finished products, some of their recently released products have begun to celebrate this artistic process. Just like the Blazer Mid that was exposed not long ago, this Nike Air Force 1 07 SE The World Earth Day is reminiscent of the painter's designated thug. Therefore, many paint splashes, spots and dripping decorate the upper at random. Blue marks the entire building. Compared with red, yellow and black spots, the shape is thicker. These spots can also decorate adjacent parts at will. The Swoosh logo and heel label, although initially dark, slightly white feathers, obviously imitating a spray can; the "light bone" midsole is treated the same way, although its color is much richer.
No one has seen a movie in a cinema for a long time. With digital screening now becoming the new standard, most people can only fondly recall the scene before the movie. Even Nike is doing the same thing, although they are also introducing frustration into shoes, carefully creating many color combinations and highly concentrated inspiration. Here, Nike Air Force 1 is a mimicking concession because it made a set of graphics and color schemes to overly celebrate butter popcorn. First of all, this connection is quite subtle, with the tumbling leather upper worn entirely in a light cream, which is the same popcorn kernel. The white Swoosh logo, midsole, laces and lining contrast slightly with the dark red contrast of the tongue and heel. The latter used the "Nike" brand to make a bold retro movie, while the former added the same text on the striped back of the snack container itself. Elsewhere, macro photos of popcorn covered insoles and dented text hit the gold counter, ending with "Fresh since 82."