Latest Nike Air Force 1 Low Pixel Coming With Leopard Print Accents

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Latest Nike Air Force 1 Low Pixel Coming With Leopard Print Accents

Although Nike Air Force 1 is a tried and true classic, the Nike design team is not afraid to get ideas. With the unique use of new models such as Air Force 1 shadows and textures, as seen in the Air Force 1 low "light bone", it is almost unpredictable what Nike will do next with AF1. This time, playing with silhouettes and bold patterns, Nike created an Air Force 1 low-pixel, glitch and leopard print costume. Even before the vibrant leopard print was introduced into the swoosh and heel, the Air Force 1 low pixel was already a statement production model. The clean lines on the upper part of the leather and the inverted swoosh are subtle details that distinguish the two from the standard Air Force 1. The truly defining element is the only unit, and its undistorted appearance will definitely turn heads. Leopard print and sketch-like brands only add boldness to the tongue and heel. Despite all the impetuous details, a clean white base makes pairing a potential daily staple.

Nike's famous Safari print has decorated some of the brand's most popular silhouettes, including the famous Amos Air Max 1. Its dashed texture is usually paired with the same bold colors to create a statement style. This time, Nike offers an Air Max 90, dare to go a tame method, print on the texture and animal of the safari park. Nike Air Max 90 Instead of obvious color blocking, the upper part chooses a completely black aesthetic. However, the upper part is anything but plain because of their sports net, leather, plastic, and cowhide structure. The signature safari is printed on the Swoosh and the vampire is covered in matching black to keep things tame. In addition to the white mid-sol and brand, the only element that shocked the all-black color scheme is the cheetah print used for the suede tongue label-a detail that kicks the model and a notch while maintaining the true safari theme.

Although Air Jordan 1 will almost always lag behind its higher peers, it has made strides throughout 2020 through impressive color schemes and thematic arrangements. An early look at some propositions for next year, such as a pair that does not match the "85" embroidered on the horizontal heel, shows that this trend will continue. Although unofficially revealed the two upcoming pairs before, the other Jordan is preparing for the 2021 NBA All-Star Weekend. But unlike the previously seen couples made of patent leather and carbon fiber patterns, the new proposition ostensibly nodded to Michael Jordan's first appearance in the league All-Star game. History tells us that the Chicago Bulls guard appeared in the game as a rookie in 1985. He only scored 7 points, but in the name of the "guard" at the time. Extensive details about the inspiration for the shoes will definitely come as the release date approaches, but it is obvious that the mid-top Jordan 1 shot here borrowed the Eastern Conference jersey from the aforementioned event in Minneapolis, Minnesota White, red and blue color schemes. This combination is likely to be part of the collection commemorating its iconic basketball heritage #23.