Nike Air Force 1 Low FRESH Got Patent Leather And Metallic Accents

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Nike Air Force 1 Low FRESH Got Patent Leather And Metallic Accents

With Nike Air Force1 Low inches approaching its 40th anniversary, many simple and complex series have become the focus of attention. BruceKilgore's classic design is very suitable for mer and material, as part of the NikeSportswear "fresh!" series. Like VaporMaxPlus and AirMax90, Kilgore’s latest work created in 39 years is "white" that emphasizes "bright crimson", "metallic gold" and "black". The contour swing and upper upper are covered with a smooth patent leather finish, while the remaining covering on the Air Force 1 complements the shiny piping. This design choice perfectly matches the golden "Fresh!" label on the square tongue label. Finally, the "AIR" text on the midsole shows a bright red and yellow pattern on the upper part, showing a gradient.

With the advent of summer, 2020 Jordan Sneaker is ready to launch a model with the theme of "FreshAir". In the packaging, VapormaxPlus takes the lead, with a suitable slope along its iconic bubble sole. However, the upper sports a fairly simple appearance, with a black nylon base and TPU cage. Adjacent, the lace cushion and its cushion tongue follow, and the top stitched brand chose a yellow to red treatment, similar to the tool below. Then, Jin La, to commemorate this series with "freshness!", contrast the red mini hook, further the profile of the brand.

As early as March of this year, Sneakers2090 was revealed that Paul George will continue the partnership with Sony’s Plas, providing one for PS5, but two PG5-shaped consoles. Soon, to be precise, the two will provide a set later this month. As a die-hard fan of the brand, Paul George took every opportunity to celebrate the latest masterpiece of the Japanese giant. Even Sony's own designers, including the famous Moritz Yujin, also participated in the design of the PG5 and worked closely to create the appearance of the PS5. This is easily achieved through the color scheme, as the upper part reflects the white, black, and blue appearance of the console itself. In addition, the tongue is the sign of the tongue, with the adjacent sign. Then, the heel label is slightly off as it filters the PG5 name through the signature PlayStation style.

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