New Jordan will soon be fully unveiled in the new "Georgetown" color following the launch of the evening dress in collaboration with fragment. This plan was later dubbed the 2021 release. And, with the end of the last year of the year, further images of color have now boiled to the surface. As its surface mark, the contour is again provided with cement printing coverage, and the counter and toe cap are soaked with cracks of neutral change. Adjacent to it is the fold-over leather from the toe box to the side, dark navy blue, with part of the Georgetown flag printed on it, as well as trapeze embroidery, medium eye braces and heel pull tabs. Elsewhere, perforated panels, linings and tongues are designed in gray to complement the traditional patterns mentioned above.
Newly Jordans is no official announcement, it is certain that Nike and 3M have recently signed a partnership because in the past few months, many of the former's footwear products have adopted the latter's most iconic technology. The newest option to join the upcoming series is React Vision, which uses the "Pure Platinum/Black/White/Baltic Blue" color scheme, which is the same as most other Nike Sportswear models that appeared with 3M™ Reflective Material™ and/or 3M™ Fresh Snow In terms of Li ™ material, Nike React cushioned advocates a soft upper as a feature. Therefore, the aforementioned blue is more obvious in the midfoot, collar and heel. Coupled with the reflective details near the tongue, the statement ability of this proposition will increase, especially when light shines on two people. The sole units do not indulge in any vibrant tones or accents, but they provide significant comfort, as evidenced by the few lifestyle and performance models that have been on the market since 2017.
Nike Air Presto was born in 1996 as an idea, and Hot Sale Jordans took quite a long time to realize it in Tinker Hatfield's hands. By the beginning of the 21st century, its outline was sketched out and further conceived, but there was another obstacle: the choice of materials. Although we later associated the spacer net with the sock-like icon, Hatfield first planned to make the shoes out of neoprene, a material that now uses the visual aid of the original sketch to form a surface above the upper again. Unlike the similar patterns used on Air Force 1, Blazer Mid and Air Max 1, Presto here is more a public tribute to the original concept. The text painting is sublimated on the bright blue synthetic upper, and the pencil is all white. The cage, miniature Swoosh logo and many adjacent iconic fixtures have moved a little forward in their 2D form, allowing the blueprint to be fully displayed on the front foot. The extra lines are then filled in the blank space, see the bright orange mold below the profile and counter, and the toe cap placed through TPU. The tool, then, effectively reflects the color palette of the upper, as the sole and heel are emphasized in warm and cool tones, respectively.