This Jordan Why Not Zer0.4 Upbringing sneaker is based on the first appearance of "What The" inspired reproduction as the theme, showing a multi-color version, which shows a variety of different colors throughout the upper. Although the entire shoe uses mixed materials including synthetic fibers, mesh and leather, it uses different abstract panels to show different colors, and even calls his Los Angeles high school basketball team Leuzinger Olympians. The white midsole above the cold translucent outsole completes the design.
This Jordan 6 Rings Motorsport is available in white, black and metallic gold. The racing team of Michael Jordan (Michael Jordan) added the icing on the cake. Black covered laces, lace locks, branding, midsole and rubber outsole. Next, the lining is lined with an elephant print, while the heel is equipped with a traditional Velcro strap. The smooth black midsole and rubber outsole appear golden glitter under the feet, making the design more perfect.
The Nike Kobe 8 System Green Glow shoes embody Kobe Bryant's Black Mamba role, with a unique snakeskin print on the low-top engineering mesh upper. The tongue label depicts a snake wrapped around Kobe's personal logo, while the snake skin print (combining green light and mineral blue-green) covers the Engineered Mesh upper. In sharp contrast to the main green scheme is the popularity of Laser Orange on Swoosh, with collar lining and outsole.
Air Fear of God 1 Light Bone is the initial joint venture between Nike and Jerry Lorenzo, the latter co-designed a unique silhouette with brand designer Leo Chang. This high-performance basketball shoe features a Light Bone leather upper and is supported by a same color TPU cage inspired by Huarache Light. The tool showcases a visible double-layer Zoom Zoom heel unit, enhanced with a full-length Zoom cushion. The tether system and Swoosh details complete one of the most anticipated new Nike sneakers.