In 2017, on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the iconic Air Jordan 1 Low Laser Orange model, the Oregon team restored the original Blue and Red colors. These variants not only reproduced colors, but also correct body and materials were restored. The next edition of Anniversary in the "Hunter Green" color scheme is joining this group.A beautiful rounded toebox, a good Swoosh or a sufficiently high mudguard - isn't that what we've been counting on for years? That is why it is worth spinning the upcoming variant in which the main role is played by green. We see him not only on the panel going over the sole, but also on the side Swoosh, the last eyelets for laces or partly at the bottom of the sole. The mesh panels on the collar and top of the toebox are colored white, while the suede panels on the side and heel are light gray. All this was put on a white sole with a black bottom and a white Air Max system.
The days follow and resemble each other at Nike where the designers take turns to continue to revisit the very classic Air Force 1 Low BeTrue at a simply incredible pace. Since the release of the Air Jordan 1 '' Black Satin '' at the very beginning of the year, the first signature shoe from Michael Jordan has indeed been unveiled in dozens of sometimes sublime versions, like the AJ1 ' 'Court Purple' to which fans of the model still have their eyes riveted. To all these innovations will be added another eagerly awaited. It's the Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG Dark ’’ Dark Mocha ’’ that should hit the nail on the nose SNKRS app and regular retailers in November. Until then, we invite you to discover it as it should be here, on Sneaker Style, hoping that you will appreciate its finish inspired by the Jordan 1 ‘’ ’Cactus Jack’ ’by Travis Scott at its fair value.
This is undoubtedly what pushed Nike Dunk Low Samba and its creative teams to be inspired by it to shape this unique imprint on which we can clearly observe the influences of the Air Jordan 1 ‘’ ’Cactus Jack’ ’. If the famous Nike logo appears in the right direction, what about its color "Dark Mocha" which seems to have been drawn directly on the collaboration between the Texan artist and the Oregon firm. It must be said that the pair is presented in a white leather base topped with black and brown suede and smooth leather inserts respectively. We also find a branding faithful to that of the original silhouette of Peter Moore, with the Jordan Wings on each side panel and the Nike Air logo on the top of the tongue of the laces. The sole reveals a two-tone coating, white on its intermediate section, and black on the outside. In accordance with what we explained in the introduction, the AJ1 "Dark Mocha" will be released at the end of the year, and more precisely on Saturday, November 21, 2020.
Recycling has thus become a sort of leitmotif for Air Jordan 1 UK, which has manufactured its latest VaporMax with no less than 50% of plastic, notably from used bottles and scrap material used to make other models. The greenest part of the VaporMax 2020 is its famous sole composed here of new generation Air units recycled at 75%. The recycled material ratio is also impressive on its Flyknit mesh upper (67%). It rises to 50% for the inner liner and 60% for the TPU elements, including the clip added on the top of the foot to adjust the support provided by the FlyEase system. These figures are all the more remarkable because the design of the shoe is truly modern. In line with previous iterations, the latest addition to the VaporMax range displays a futuristic look embodied by this FlyEase system, the addition of a horizontal strap on the heel and particularly effective colors. Nike's signature footprint displays a gray base contrasted by multicolored notes, including purple, blue and yellow.