Nike continues to celebrate the "Goddess of Victory", she is the daughter of the giant Athena and the Hell River Styx, a new clean Air Force 1 low for the summer. The New Air Force 1 low "Goddess of Victory" wears a white, pinnacle white and photon dust color scheme. This Nike Air Force 1 has special details, including a translucent angel-shaped mesh tongue, as well as the Greek-style "Nike Air" letters and the metallic silver embroidered on the high heels with the symbol of her victory. Mythological characters are printed on the insoles and Nike’s name is added to complete the design.Make sure sure to stay tuned to thenewairforce1.com for updates and more of the latest daily sneaker news.
Air Jordan Shoes will undergo a winter transformation to make sports shoes thrive in colder and wetter conditions, this coming winter. Air Jordan 14 debuted in 1998-1999 and was the first silhouette released by Michael Jordan after his second retirement. Now to 2021, this silhouette will be like the top models of various brands we have seen, showing an elegant look in winter. The performance will feature antique brown and multi-color versions, but so far, no leaked images have surfaced. These sneakers will arrive as usual, while using more durable materials and wool-filled socks padding to keep your feet a little warmer than usual.
Nike’s Air Huarache is back, completely remade the 30th anniversary of this silhouette, 2021Shoes has quite a lot of celebrations. This week, we have an early remix of the original color scheme. Take a look at the appearance of "Deep Magenta", which will be launched soon. Nike's revival of the classic Air Huarache has undergone interesting changes in recent weeks. Although Swoosh released some remade silhouettes of the original color scheme on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of this shoe, it now appears that with the emergence of several other "OG" color schemes, they may be somewhat out of sync with us. . Like this "deep magenta" look, Nike is recombining some of the original Huarache colors, mixing the two shapes together to create something new. The pair extracted blue-green neoprene tongues from the "emerald" appearance and mixed them with the original magenta base color. The result is a new, but familiar style of Huarache.