New Jordan 2020, Since the Travis Scott Air Max 270 was released about a year ago, it has been a pretty quiet year for Cactus Jack to enter the footwear industry. In addition to ultra-rare collaborations with Sony Playstation 5 and the extremely limited Playstation Dunks, Travis Scott actually has zero sneaker releases, but it's not a bad thing to get out of the limelight. "Exclusivity" actually created some demand. In 2021, due to the three-stage collaboration with Jordan Brand and Hiroshi Fujiwara, the clip x Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 and the upcoming Travis Scott, the enthusiasm has returned to Air Jordan 6 in Appeared in "British Khaki".
Retro Jordan 2021, Although the brand has not yet released an official opener, photos have been leaking in the past year, both on-site and in La Flame's circle of friends. The latest collection of images provides an original look for the upcoming Air Jordan 6 sequel, revealing the furry suede exterior, the canvas material on the tongue and storage bag (even the extra material on the inside), as well as the outsole and surroundings Other decorations of the body. In summary, Jordan 6 Travis Scott's "British Khaki" represents one of those rare events where the sequel is better than the original.
Nike Air Max 97 did not celebrate its milestone anniversary like other similar products, but in the first four months of 2021, Nike Air Max 97 appeared many impressive inline color schemes. A good example: orange hues with black imprints and patterns. Similar to the pair of shoes that recently appeared on the Los Angeles market, the upcoming selection incorporates vibrant, close-to-fluorescent citrus shades throughout its synthetic leather and mesh upper. The miniature Nike logo on the midfoot and tongue and the "air max" brand on the spine contrast sharply with the mostly monochrome style. Although no other similar Nike Sportswear models have appeared, this situation may change with the advent of spring and summer. Under the feet, the full-length Air cushioning also exudes a striking orange iconic color.
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