Retro Jordan 2021, Air Jordan 11 "Cool Grey" made its debut in mid-November 2020, and recently surfaced through unofficial but detailed images, which will surely make savvy and casual sneaker enthusiasts on the expected December 11 release date. Earlier reserved 225 USD+. Although originally thought to be part of the 25th anniversary of the model, because a few Jordan Brand athletes have been teasing the shoes throughout 2020, this 21-year-old color scheme has opened up the holiday season for itself. In-depth reviews on hand did not reveal how close the upcoming sneakers are to the original shape, but the past few heavy Jordan 11 releases (except for the Adapt iteration) show the Jumpman team’s 26-year commitment to Tinker Hatfield-the old design. Unlike the player-exclusive pair given to Jayson Tatum last year, the upcoming retro model will use suede on the silhouette and tongue instead of mesh. Dark gray takes over the patient leather fender, while the sole unit chooses a white midsole/ice blue outsole combination. It is the same as when the non-OG color scheme was last released in 2010.
In New Jordan 2020, Nike Sportswear launched the "Reimagined" series focused on women, and Air Force 1 had some bold updates. The Reimagined series has been transformed into five different styles: Rebel, Jester, Lover, Sage and Explorer to reflect the unique style of female fashion at the time. The Reimagined series is very popular with its target audience, among which Jester itself has experienced the longest run in the store. inside. It now appears that Nike is gently reintroducing the Reimagined series into the current retro shoes-Nike Dunk. The first look of Nike Dunk High Rebel showed the same improvement method, with layered panels and thick stacked midsole providing some changes from the standard model. Although it does have the distinction of "Rebel", they are more in line with Air Force 1 Shadow, and this shoe continues to be a best-selling product for Nike's women's brand.
Although not the same as Dunk High or Low, Nike Air Force 1 quickly adopted its own two-tone appearance. Here, on a colorless basis, the couple added gray to create a welcome distraction that is different from the usual "triple white". However, this is a rather subtle deviation. The gray used on the swoosh, tread and heel label is actually very light, almost no different from the white below. Most of the upper wears the latter neutral, and its forefoot, midfoot and shoelace units seem to be drawn from the above classics.