Nike Air Force 1 Low White Black features a clean White leather upper detailed with Black on the tongues, heels, Swooshes, and rubber sole. this new colorway of the classic sneaker starts off with a smooth white leather construction on the upper which is then contrasted by Black on the Swooshes, heel tab, tongue branding, and the entire rubber sole unit. White reappears on the branded heels and “AIR” text on the midsole.Nike branding also has gotten the memo and appears in black as well as the midfoot Nike Swoosh, heel, and tongue branding all are scribbled on in black.
New Jordan will also be releasing a “Nippon” edition of the Air Max Tailwind 4 that pays homage to Japan.Nike Air Max Tailwind 4 “Nippon” features a white leather and mesh upper accented with red circles, a clear tribute the national flag of Japan.Gold contrasting accents, clear Air bubbles with Nippon branding on the tongues, insoles and heels completes the design.These polka dots offer a compelling gradient effect, with the Triax shifting from a dark burgundy on the forefoot to a rousing red around the heel while the Tailwind offers the inverse, starting off bright and moving to dark.the tongue, ankle, lining, and even the molds around the Air Bubbles are treated to a burgundy shade, accenting adjacent to shrouded metallic silver panels and bold-faced “NIPPON” text.
Nike Sneakers Celebrating the 30th anniversary of the Nike Air Tech Challenge 2, the NikeCourt Tech Challenge 20 puts a modern spin on an iconic court shoe.NikeCourt Tech Challenge 20 “Persian Violet”comes dressed in a White, Persian Violet and Black color scheme.“NIKE” branding on the tongue indulges in “Persian Violet” flair that also takes over the Swoosh logo on the modified, herringbone-pattern outsole. You’ll get the same vibrant graphics found on the original design with the added comfort of modern materials.The Tech Challenge 20‘s synthetic leather upper and rubber sole unit forgo the dark and rich for a pristine “White” arrangement; Air Max units at the heel further add to the release’s predominant “yin-and-yang” scheme.