Latest Nike Jordan Sneakers, The Air Jordan 1 Low takes inspiration from previous SoleFly x Air Jordan collaborations. It comes constructed in a mix of leather and patent leather materials with elephant print overlays and insoles. Featuring an all-leather upper in various colors with elephant print detailing and SoleFly branding on the tongue tag of the right sneaker. Both shoes feature elephant print insoles, white midsoles, and red outsoles. Orange toe boxes and green overlays and Swooshes call out the famed Air Jordan 1 Highs that were released during Art Basel back in 2018, and the cement print on the right shoe channels the look of its lotto-inspired Air Jordan 3s, Some of the key details includes "SoleFly" tongue branding on the right shoe, mismatched Swooshes, and heel tabs nodding to the "Lotto" Jordan 3.
Jordan Release, This Air Jordan 1 Low combines elements from past SoleFly x Air Jordan collaborations. Constructed with a mixture of leather and patent leather while elephant print adorns the overlays and insoles. This pair draws inspiration from previous SoleFly x Jordan collabs, such as the previously mentioned AJ 1 Low, AJ 3 "Lottery," and various Art Basel editions. Orange toe boxes and green overlays and Swooshes call out the famed Air Jordan 1 Highs that were released during Art Basel back in 2018, and the cement print on the right shoe channels the look of its lotto-inspired Air Jordan 3s.
New Jordans Retro, The Nike Air Force 1 Low comes in a mismatched blocking dressed in multiple pastel suedes. Other notable details includes special set of dubraes, "Puerto Rico" branding on the right heel along with colorful insoles including special callouts. It's also celebrating its 25th anniversary, which means we're seeing larger volumes of the model than normal. The newest to appear is this Nike Air Max 97 "Double Swoosh" which looks to be the latest in a series of dual-checked options from Nike this season. The latter is nestled within a solid black rubber, with whites returning once more to the midsole, mid-panel, and 3M overlays. The titular dual Swoosh sees a return of red and blue, with the double branding hitting both the mid panels and tongues to complete the design.