New Drop Jordans With his latest Nike collaboration-AirMix Tail Wind V-soon, Skepta is already very busy. But as revealed today, the artist seems to have another surprise: matching Phantom football boots. As an avid fan and participant of this game, Skepta is the first music artist to see this kind of collaboration. Although different in purpose, the ghost effortlessly supplements the tail wind due to its own "blood chrome" color. The red butterfly print also decorates the upper part, exploring the concept of deformation; then, the chrome sofa, with accents just next to each other, alludes to the rapper’s jewelry and performance-suitable bottom plate. More importantly, there is a subtle rainbow paneling on the heel to commemorate the cover art of "Ignorance is Happiness" in 2019.
Nike Air Force 1 Low has appeared in forward-looking clothing before, whether it is exclusive like Fussen or others like Gautes. For its latest combination, Bruce Kilgore's 39-year design is mainly obsessed with cork structures as part of the unannounced "Happy Pineapple" series. The upcoming series already has some AirMax options and supports Swoosh's sustainable development efforts. However, none of the previous styles was as dedicated to cork equipment as the latest Air Force 1, it only had parts that were not built (or at least infused) with natural materials. The side shape and the brand heel panel deviate from the color palette of the surrounding environment, which is conducive to the matching of pineapple, but the graphics on the tongue directly bring out the sound of animated fruit.
Adidas YEEZY boost 700 "Flame Amber" recently appeared through manual images before its release on June 11. At first glance, this pair looks like a less saturated iteration of the "Sun" color matching device launched in January this year. Most of the mesh foundation and suede and leather are covered in yellow-gray, while the vampires and silhouettes near the details have the same appearance as the original YEEZY700 "Wave Runner". At the foot, the sole unit adopts a vibrant orange hue to match the YEEZY500 "flame" of the same name. Just like Kanye West’s previous albums, the midsole and upper part have reflective accents that provide some unexpected talent.