Although the public often compares Air Jordan 1 and Nike Dunk, New Jordan rarely compared this point before the launch of the "J-Pack". The series uses many of MJ's most iconic color schemes, the first being the "Royal" Air Jordan 1. And now, for this year's return, we will see the same silhouette wearing Celtic inspired cosmetics. Compared with previous iterations, this version does not go deep into Jumpman's archive. Specifically, it dates back to 2009, where the brand's DMP package honors athletes with a 63-point run against the Celtics in 1986. The same white skirt runs through the middle and toes, while the "classic green" shade is applied to the laces, back counter, and further imitating the pedals. Black fills the gaps in the collar, toe cap and eyelet, highlights the fat tongue and the SB brand, and pulls the design back into the skateboarding field.
In the "Fearless" mania, the flying man introduced us to many new and distinctive styles, most of which were launched through the Air Jordan 1 Mid. Although the entire series is commendable, only one version has had a lasting impact: the Air Jordan 1 Flyease Shattered Backboard. Soon, we will see more all-encompassing silhouettes, including a "cold gray" makeup and the newly revealed "smashed backboard" color. When directly compared with its inspiration, the difference between the two becomes quite obvious. As far as orange is concerned, the design plan is far from the same. It chose the lighter and softer "turf orange" instead of the usual "starfish orange". Elsewhere, the base is basically constructed of white leather, with little deviation from the usual template of iconic models. Most importantly, the black panel and accent wrap the whole, dress up lace flats, toes, and a few warm colorful logos to tow.
Indoor plants have a moment because people continue to stay in their homes and are pandemic in the name of public safety. Therefore, Nike's collection of plant-inspired sports jackets arrived in timely fashion, appealing to new and old plant parents alike. A new Nike air max 90 nods cork plant, while adding some varieties to this garden pack. The denim-like fabric in the cream-colored "coconut milk" shade constitutes the base color of the couple, even covering the usual leather fenders. For the color method, the color is also suitable for the Air Max brand accents on the TPU lace brace and fender. The side swoosh logo, heel label and outsole imitate the color of earth and the texture of cork, and the tongue is embroidered with plants. Similar to the sports jackets of this series, a small "Fig 5." text is printed next to the embroidery, which serves as a reference for the title of the image in the botany textbook. The brown contrast stitching matching the cork elements is applied to the panel, making this plant-themed design more perfect.