Nike Air Force 1 Low White Blue Green should come as no surprise Nike had big plans for the Air Force 1 Low during 2020, and to continue to flex on those plans, the Swoosh brand further expands its color options for the AF1 opting for a clean white base with striking green, and blue color plays. The pair is crafted from white tumbled leather, giving it a luxury look and feel. Nike’s signature Swoosh logo adorned in the mentioned above green and blue color scheme, matching insole and tongue logo branding, sitting on the legendary bulky white midsole and gum outsole to finish off the look.
Jordans 2019 Shoes Nike Air Ship OG Banned receiving the retro treatment 36 years after the NBA banned it for violating the league’s strict uniform policy then. However, that didn’t stop Nike nor Mike from lacing up the Air Ship during the 1984-85 NBA season that led to a $5,000 fine every game; he wore the sneaker. Now, the famous “Banned” color-blocking making its way back to retail in true-to-form style.The shoe will ship constructed in a premium black leather base, with accents of reds handling the eyelets, overlays, heels, lace, and swoosh logo branding. A white midsole with tonal Nike Swoosh branding cools things down at the bottom to complete the look.
Air Jordan 6 Quai 54 is a Streetball Tournament, founded by Hammadoun Sidibe, held the last week of June every Summer in Paris since 2002, has been the focal point of exclusive Summer drops since 2011 with the release of the Air Jordan 5. It is also the only Streetball Tournament sponsored by Jordan Brand. To up their ongoing Sponsorship for the Quai 54 lineup, Air Jordan 6 is chosen to participate in this year’s tournament in two new looks. First looks of the Air Jordan 5 Quai 54 are in, the shoe comes fully clothed in sail upper, with patterned underlays and insoles to match. New Ray-Ban Sunglassess Quai 54 logo branding spotted on the heels and tongues, sitting atop a translucent gum outsole to finish the look.