Latest Nike Jordan Sneakers, This latest silhouette sees Tinker Hatfield’s iconic design reimagined with classic design elements and a fresh colourway. The upper portions of this shoe flaunt a crisp white breathable mesh fabric, offering comfort and textured detailing. White mesh makes up the base of the sneaker with white nylon lace overlays and grey patent leather is seen on the rand that surrounds the sneaker. 23 branding is seen on the heel with the “JORDAN JUMPMAN” strip seen on the midfoot of the tongue. Inner lining and branding hits throughout the upper will also feature the muted tone, while outsoles opt for an icy blue makeup that aims to combat the “yellowing” that plagued earlier pairs of the tuxedo-inspired design. University Blue Jumpman branding atop a White midsole and icy outsole completes the design.
Shop Jordans 2020, The Air Jordan 11 Low meets Air Jordan 3, with the former given an elephant print mudguard in place of the usual glossy patent for the very first time. Dressed in a clean White, University Blue, and Cement Grey color combination. This low-top rendition of the Air Jordan 11 features White mesh across the upper while Cement Grey drapes the patent leather mudguards. In contrast, the lower is made up of robust patent leather, delivering a smooth appearance. The Air Jordan 11’s mudguard makes way for a stylish silver and black elephant print, producing dissimilarity to the white hues.
New Jordans Retro, Run The Jewels (RTJ), is an American hip-hop duo that includes El-P and Killer Mike, have teamed up with Nike SB to release a collaborative Dunk Low and Dunk High. Run the Jewels’ unmatched energy is captured by this colorway of the SB Dunk High as a black tumbled leather base is joined by exotic pony hair overlays in fuchsia. Additional detailing on the exterior includes jeweled Swooshes in black and golden dubrae resting atop pink laces. Looking closer at the pair, stash pockets arrive beneath the tongue and “RUN THE JEWELS” text on the hidden side of the SB Dunk High’s collar can be spotted. One of them reads, “JAIMILY 2010” nodding to El-P’s real name, Jamie Meline, and his wife Emily Panic, who began dating on that date. The other insoles references to Killer Mike’s birthday, 4/20/75. Juxtaposing the sea of blue is a bright pink Swoosh — also in suede — with ice-blue sole units sitting underfoot to complete the design.

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