2020 Nike Adds Metallic Logos And Stars To the Upcoming Air Force 1 Low


2020 Nike Adds Metallic Logos And Stars To the Upcoming Air Force 1 Low

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As we get closer and closer to 2021, the upcoming color schemes are beginning to surface more and more. In addition to Valentine's Day theme and high-end makeup, Nike Air Force 1 07 SE White Black Laser Orange will also be unveiled with a metal logo, and its officially released dress is far more luxurious than ordinary GR. This luxury upgrade is even more obvious, because the silver not only casts "Nike Air" at the heel label, but also casts the newly added iconic star just below. This theme, then, extends to the front of Dubre, even the outline of the blue Swoosh. In contrast, the background is much more ordinary, although the cover is black dyed, heavy leather. Below, the white contrast is smoother, matching the tongue's woven label effectively imitating the overall palette.

Earlier this year, during New York Fashion Week, Matthew M. Williams (Matthew M. Williams) revealed his latest Nike collaboration product,Nike Blazer Mid QS HH CW7580-100 White Red Hook, Zoom MMW 04. And now, in 2020, the silhouette of this car is finally about to be released, it brings its own dust bag and design, which can be comparable to the past products of ALYX head. Under the feet, their tools are full of innovation, and the forefoot Zoom is a relatively new implementation in the Swoosh running category. From the bird's eye view, both sides of the sole and toes protrude from the edge of the last, giving a very brutal architectural style. Although its tone is neutral, the upper lacks a bit of visual intrigue, because its contour layer metallic silver overlay is woven in a woven grid of different specifications and shades.

As we all know, for his sculpture, Hong Kong artist Michael Lau will soon adopt his creative style, Puma, the brand invited him to Nike Air Max 270 React CT1646-100 White Black design the iconic Puma suede within the frame. As part of a series of collaborations, Nintendo’s nostalgic style and Mirage Mox’s neon color system, despite interesting sample tags, this version may be released later this month. Drawing inspiration from Andy Lau's personal works, the color scheme is based on bold and auspicious red, and the tones of the entire upper always alternate between light and dark. In addition, certain panels-such as tongue labels, eye stays, and side logos-have a jagged edge to commemorate the "Worthy Cat" standing proudly on its designer's shelf.