In the past few decades, Nike Air Force 1 has been a frequent customer of the brand's products, and as it gets closer and closer to its 40th anniversary, its influence seems to be growing. The next iconic design of Bruskill Gore is a double classic full "white" ensemble with an artificial snake skin covering. Similar to the highest collaboration starting in March 2020, and the first choice of countless people in Harlem and the Bronx, the upcoming two are obsessed with the solid color palette of their uppers and soles. The lace trim on the back and the logo interrupt the tonal scheme with its golden hue, but the surrounding components are spotless. Premium leather provides a familiar, but new feel to the wearer by the "craftsmanship" iteration of the model, and it matches well with the scaly material used for the contoured Swoosh and heel panel. Under the foot, the frequently copied midsole and outsole combine to round out three "white" appearances.
New Jordan has not officially released its complete "Kiss My Airs" series, but the brand has prepared two beloved models from the revolutionary Air Max family. Recently, Tinker Hatfield's 31-year-old Air Max 90 entered the space capsule. It uses a low-key hunting print and a bold crimson hue. Although not exactly a two-tone arrangement, such as the popular Roscher run last year, the upcoming don is mainly a gray arrangement with the entire upper. The fender is obsessed with the aforementioned wild pattern, which was created by Hatfield in 1987, and the TPU window that accompanies the brand has a vibrant red tone. The upright series of the same name sits on the upper right side of the protective covering lateral heel. Elsewhere, the contrasting scarlet-tone animated midsole foam components and visible airbags create an eye-catching appearance.
Just before Covid really arrived, there was almost no delay in New York Fashion Week. In addition to some display activities sponsored by Reebok, Nike also had its own activities that season, including Virgil Ablo, Matthew M. Williams, undercover, and of course Yin's ambush. It was then that we first caught a glimpse of the latter's dunk high, a wild transformation profile that attracted the influence of Japanese bicycle, car and truck culture. Today, we are waiting for the release of the second product of the above cooperation: "Universal Fuchsia". AMBUSH x Nike Dunk High Cosmic Fuchsia Compared to its neutral, white/black counterpart, the color is bold and completely processed in the previously mentioned shadows. There are some very slight changes, but in the paint because the leather covering is done just a little bolder than the construction below. Although this pair of shoes is mainly based on this soft flower, many of the more obvious features-such as bike tube inspired Swoosh or raised, protective collar-complete louder changes.