The Jordan 13 Del Sol will coming soon from Mayne's blog

The new Air Jordan 6 features black suede on both the base and overlays. In addition, there are perforations on the toe box and mid-panels. Additional materials include ballistic mesh on the ankle collar and faux fur on the Swooshes. UNDEFEATED's Five Strike logo is featured on the tongue tag and heel. The design is completed with black midsoles and slightly translucent and icy rubber outsoles.Fragment Design connects collaborations. A few days ago, we were talking about the upcoming release of a Fragment x Sacai x Nike LDWaffle, which oscillates between pique mesh and suede, in a navy color and another gray. Today, it's another triple collaboration that brings us and not the least since the drop of the Fragment x TS x Air Jordan 1 Low now seems to be getting closer.Indeed, the one that offers a revisit in a White / Black / Royal / Sail colorway of the firsat TS x Air Jordan 1 Low should be released during the summer. We find on this silhouette a smooth and grained leather upper on the reverse-Swoosh, which gives another thickness to the silhouette. This Air Jordan 1 Low is finished with the Fragment Design and Cactus jack logos on the heels.Photos of the upcoming Air Jordan 1 Mid in the variant entitled "Denim", which strongly refers to the cult collaboration from years ago, have just leaked to the network.If you don't stay in the sneaker game for too long, we'll remind you of a very interesting project from 2008. It was then that Levi's produced a special edition of Air Jordan 1 "23/501" limited to 2323 pairs with Jordan Brand.The upcoming release is almost a copy of the aforementioned predecessor.
With less than a month away from the 30th anniversary of 2022 Jordan 13 Del Sol's Swoosh logo, the Beaverton-based brand won't be slowing down the unveiling of the “First Use” pack models. Another Air Force 1 joins the squad, but in a tuxedo-like style, white on black, which departs from the neutrals and bold colors of many of the AF1s in the collection.To give their black leather uppers a graphic look, the pair uses contrasting white stitching throughout. The Side Swooshes go for an inverted version of the aforementioned base, instead flaunting white leather makeup with black dots. Underneath these Swooshes, there is no text indicating when the iconic check mark became the Nike logo, one of the pack's seemingly defining features. However, a labeled sockliner and gold Swoosh lace dubrae are other distinctive elements that have made their way on this model. A White midsole and Black outsole complete the two-tone look and reinforce its positioning in the “First Use” series.Of course, a number of changes were made, but the overall idea is very similar. The top of the toebox, side panels and collar are made of blue denim. The design is complemented by red suede overlays. The tongue and lacing are also in the same color. A dot over and appears to be a beige Swoosh on the side with red stitching. The whole thing is to stand on a white sole with a beige underside.
Let's face it, the adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 is the most popular silhouette among all the models behind which Kanye West stood. It is not surprising then that the adidas team is trying to meet the needs of all of us and therefore serves a fresh color every few weeks. Today, for example, we have the first pictures of the "MX Oat" variant for you.The new design of the Yeezy teams is based on an irregular pattern adorning the beige upper. The designers of the German brand decided to focus on blue, orange and yellow decorations, which enliven the whole project. The cream laces, as well as the light beige finish of the collar, the sole and the loop on the back are just a dot over the i.You probably have a question right now - when is the drop? You can prepare your funds for the adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 "MX Oat" around October this year. The shoe will be available through the official store under this link. As soon as we get the official photos and learn the details of the premiere, we will let you know immediately.

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