Newest Air Jordan 1 Low Got the Vibrant Paint Splatter Makeover

  • New Jordan launched a new design based on the classic Air Jordan 1 Low. The new color scheme is a vibrant paint splash decoration base on an exquisite canvas. Starting at the top of the shoe is an off-white "air" patch logo, complementing the beige upper of the shoe. The shoe's paint splash appeared in a colorful arrangement of neon lights, orange and black. On the side wall is a large Swoosh painted as a stroke, while the inner side sports a beige Swoosh color. Other details, such as the "AIR JORDAN" logo on the heel, the same color midsole and navy blue outsole, complete the bold design of the sneaker.

     2020 Air Jordans launched a new classic sports jacket in mid-77, embroidered plant patterns and cork elements to pay tribute to the plant materials used in the shoes. The shoe style follows the traditional appearance of Nike basketball shoes with a retro midsole. It is made of at least 20% recyclable materials, and the rubber outsole is mixed with cork material. The upper is made of canvas, and the heel and tongue match the cork elements. Elemental sneakers are embroidered with a pomegranate plant pattern on the heel, and the scientific name of the pomegranate plant-Punica Granatum (Punica Granatum), as well as the part and origin of the plant are engraved on the back of the shoe. The color scheme is an ode to nature, highlighting the unique design of the shoe.

    As we all know, Nike SB's Nike merry band of Miffits will hold an SB slam dunk festival every year for the 4/20 "holiday", and this year's style is the powerful Nike SB Dunk slam dunk climax "Hawaii". Also known as "Maui Wowi," Hawaii provides a high-color tribute for tropical vacations and favorite pastimes, with tearable uppers and other special material details. Unlike earlier this month, Nike’s official “Hawaii” shoe pictures in the hiking photos conceal the true face of the “Hawaii” shoes, only showing an upper that is completely covered by blue and peach prints. Although this Hawaiian shirt-inspired veneer is certainly the nickname of the appropriate shoe, what is not revealed is that the bottom layer "Maui Wowi" nickname comes from. This layer provides orange floral prints and fur green suede reminiscent of other 4/20 versions, such as the now legendary SB dunk high "Skunk". The nickname of the only nod appears on the insole on the official picture, and it features a custom print around a drunken skull. Even Nike’s official product description dances around hidden details, saying that the top layer “tears over time, revealing surprises, further promoting the loud theme of the shoe.” Elsewhere, the cannabis tongue and the Swoosh logo are in orange. The label, light-toned midsole and cream laces complete the look.