Topic on Apr 03, 2021 05:54 PM
Air Jordan 11 Low Legend Blue
is a follow up to 2014’s “Legend Blue” Air Jordan 11 that will be releasing during Spring 2021.the pair adapts the original in a rather faithful manner. The titular blue dresses the branding along the instep as well as the somewhat see-through sole.Air Jordan 11 Low “Legend Blue”Dressed in a White, Black, and Legend Blue color scheme. This Air Jordan 11 Low looks exactly like the 2014 release, but in a low-top version. It features a White leather build, mesh tongues, patent leather overlays with Legend Blue contrasting accents.OG materials such as the leather base and patent mudguard are shaded white, contrasting the lining that darkens to a deep black. What’s more, nods to the 1996 NBA All-Star Game arrive by way of the insole’s “25” stamp.The insole is marked with a “25” — a celebratory nod to the 25th anniversary of the original Air Jordan 11 “Legend Blue” making its debut in the 1996 NBA All-Star Game. Black lining atop a White midsole and an icy translucent outsole completes the design.Air Jordan 6 Electric Green
will be a new colorway of Michael Jordan’s sixth signature shoe that’ll be releasing as part of Jordan Brand’s Summer 2021 lineup.Ostensibly inspired by the University of Oregon Ducks athletic program, the forthcoming retro features a mostly “Black” ensemble complemented by eye-catching “Electric Green” detailing throughout the upper and sole unit.Air Jordan 6 “Electric Green”Dressed in a Black and Electric Green color scheme. This Air Jordan 6 will look similar to the “Oregon Ducks” Air Jordan 6 with no Oregon branding.As with the original Jordan 6 from 1991, the “Black”-colored midsole features detailing above the semi-translucent outsole and heel Airbag dipped in a stark contrasting color. Branding on the tread also indulges in the pair’s titular “Electric Green” tone. It features a Black upper with Electric Green accents on the branding, heel and midsole replacing the Green outsole for milky glow-in-the-dark translucent finish.New Release Yeezy
will be releasing a new “Blue Tint” colorway during the summer months.While this new offering is also in blue, it is much more muted in contrast with the aforementioned style— similar to the 2017 Yeezy Boost 300 v2 that it shares a colorway name with.adidas Yeezy Boost 700 MNVN “Blue Tint” features an a “Blue Tint” upper made of up nylon instead of suede and leather used on other models.The Blue Tint nylon uppers are interrupted by the large 700 reflective graphic that is emblazoned on the lateral side, followed by black applied to the tongue and overlays on the eyestays and toe. As usual, a BOOST-cushioned midsole completes the laceless model, with the sole unit adopting an abstractly indented look that’s signature to the line’s 700 models.Other details includes 3M reflective hits, its signature oversized “700” branding on the lateral side, Black overlays atop a full-length enclosed Boost midsole.