New Arrived Nike Air Force 1/1 Hides A Red Layer Underneath

New Arrived Nike Air Force 1/1 Hides A Red Layer Underneath


While sneaker customization isn’t a new concept, many can admit that they don’t possess the artistic skills, materials, and the luxury of time to bring their design visions to life. Nike has seemingly picked up on the customization trend to craft the New Air Force 1 /1 to allow for quick and mess-free custom looks for wearers. Only days after images of an animal print-themed pair had surfaced, the silhouette is already rolling out new colorways including a “White/Red” option. At first glance, the pair seems to be a conventional, triple-white AF1. But a closer look reveals how the entirety of the uppers–with the expectation of the eyestays—is actually composed of white overlays atop a red velcro base. As demonstrated by the handy assembly manual included, these overlays can be removed to showcase the underlying red or swapped out for black velcro patches to create various “1-of-1” looks. These add-ons include Swooshes, two options for Air Force 1/1-branded tongue labels, and branded heel tabs—although wearers are free to place these overlays elsewhere throughout the model. A pair of black laces with red tips act as the final touch for the DIY design.

Sneakers2090 ,Although the Air Jordan 1 Zoom CMFT is a newer entry to NIKE, Inc.’s roster, the silhouette has quickly garnered attention for its classic design and modern-day comfort. For its latest proposition, the Zoom Air-equipped model has indulged in a predominantly “Fireberry” color. Suede overlays atop a lightweight textile base boast the titular pinkish tone. Cutout profile swooshes and underlays across the upper deliver stark black contrast, as do the laces, exposed foam tongue and “wings” logo on the lateral ankle flap. As noted by the label on the tongue, the Jordan 1-variant’s three-tone sole unit encapsulates Zoom Air-cushioning, which was only introduced to Michael Jordan’s first signature shoe in December 2019.

Latest Jordan UK,The Nike Air Tuned Max re-entered mainstream sneakerhead consciousness in 2017 courtesy of Skepta’s first collaboration with the Swoosh. Its original “Celery” colorway has returned in 2021, but it’s also celebrating its 22nd anniversary by launching in a handful of other styles. Case in point: A “Black/Racer Blue/White/Light Smoke Grey” option with both OG and retro flair. Mixed materials across the silhouette boast a predominantly understated color palette: patterned mesh bases indulge in all-“Black” while Air Max Plus and Air Max Tailwind IV-reminiscent overlays divvy up “White” and “Light Smoke Grey” tones. The sneaker’s contouring injects personality into the 1999 design, but the forthcoming pair also boasts an eye-catching “Racer Blue” color at the collar and around the tongue. Air Max-variant cushioning forgoes any bold hues in favor of a see-through makeup, but tread underfoot assumes the rich blue tone.