The Nike Blazer Low'77 Vintage perfectly combines the vintage style of Nike basketball with the vintage midsole finish, making you look like you are saving money for several years. The shoes offered are available in football gray, sail and psychic blue color schemes. Suede on the side, perforated mesh on the inside, suede for Swoosh and high heels. Foam was added under the two Swoosh logos, and the design was completed on the sail-like rubber sole. Following several sneaker collaborations in 2019, Cactus Plant Flea Market and Nike will release a pair of new dunk low seasons during the holidays. These CPFM x Nike Dunk Low styles will wear "Pure Platinum" and "Spiral Sage" color blocks. This shoe uses the oversized Swoosh logo borrowed from the previous CPFM Nike Blazer, extra padding on the tongue and detachable double lace flaps. Its entire upper is covered with Swarovski crystals, like a disco ball.
In 2020, Jordan brand will launch a special color scheme of Air Jordan 11 to celebrate the wedding anniversary of the 25th model. Air Jordan 11 Retro ’25th Anniversary’ Black White Metallic Silver Get dressed in black, transparent, white and metallic silver color schemes. This year's Air Jordan 11 uses a black mesh base, leather at the rear, and patent leather. Other details include the metal trapeze logo and heel 23 embroidery, with the silver "JORDAN" trademark on the eyelet, similar to the "golden eyelet" DMP Air JORDAN 11s. There is a white midsole on the transparent translucent outsole, and a "25" design on the insole. For ultimate comfort, lightness and fashion, Nike Air is cleverly integrated into the latest Nike Air Max profile upper, with three Nike Air cushion tongues on the inside and outside. That shoe is equipped with Nike 720 Air cushion (the company's largest airbag), creating soft and sensitive cushioning performance and comfort. The full-hand Nike Cushlon midsole enhances the comfort of Max Air cushions.
New Jordan is preparing to release an upcoming Kobe 5 Protro "Alternate Little Dragon Bruce Lee" color scheme later this year, as a follow-up to the 2010 "Little Dragon" Kobe 5. The original inspiration for this pair of shoes comes from the one-piece suit worn by Bruce Lee in the classic movie "Game of Death". This "Bruce Lee" version of Nike Kobe 5 Protro is another color. Dressed in white, black and comet red. This Kobe 5 Protro uses black and white uppers with iconic scratches on the forefoot to commemorate Lee Ang's battle injuries in the movie "Dragon Fighting Tiger". Other details include the Swoosh logo outlined in red, the yellow accent on the back, and the silver Kobe logo on each tongue.