In continuing their delivery of the original authenticity to your school down from 1985, New Jordan is preparing to launch the "Goldenrod" colorway in the Dunk Low format. Also known as "Iowa" and "Wu Tang" color matching, this yellow/black combination can be said to be the easiest to recognize college inspired color matching, because it is easy to stand out, because the second color is black (others are white or grey). Wu-Tang Clan, a collaboration between friends and family, only adds to the myths surrounding colors, but this is not a rare product, because Dunk High was launched in 1999 and again in 2005 as part of Nike SB’s “real” tribute campaign. In 2020, it will be launched again in "retro" form. In 2021, "Goldenrod" is expected to appear again, but the more acceptable Low version. The retro iteration that stays true is the orange Nike logo on the insole, but the exterior and structural elements remain the same.
As 2021 approaches, Nike SB Dunk Low will enter the brand's mass release list at the last minute. Menairshoes As for its latest claim, low-top skates seem to turn back time to 2005, just like the fall of the "fog" that year. Although not like its predecessor Nike SB Dunk High School, this new pair of shoes is characterized by a dark suede structure over the entire upper. The gray arrangement of the contour lines is slightly lighter, but they provide similar contrast. Another difference is the shoelace and collar lining, it chose the latest low-key scheme, instead of the aforementioned Nike SB 16-year-old style of rich Burgundy style. Nevertheless, the light plastic brown lower body and dark midsole add color to last year's loose tribute, and it will definitely win the love of hardcore skateboarders and casual sneakers.
Although there are still several Air Jordan sneakers to be released in 2021, rumors have begun to whistle about the details and models of the No. 23 iconic sneaker series in 2022. Air Jordan 1 Fearless The latest proposition?: Air Jordan 3 "Desert". Don't be confused with the spliced, camouflage shorts in the Jordan brand's 2021 holiday collection. This newly launched short is believed to use the original "black cement" color block. It is rumored that smooth and rough leather constitutes the main part of the upper, and Tinker Hatfield's iconic elephant pattern once again plays its original role around the toes and heels. However, this upcoming Jordan shoe does not use light gray, but uses a "desert" hue, inspired by animals. When paired with tongues, collar linings and soles of the same color, the latest version of Hatfield's first shoe designed for Michael Jordan can make people look "old-fashioned." The retail version of this sneaker may look different from the early sketches shown here, but the retro aesthetics of the manufacturing will not be too far beyond possible. High heels may have a Jumpman logo, but the "NIKE AIR" brand will further play the nickname of "aging black cement", this Jordan 3 has already begun to receive.