Newest Nike Air Max 97 Get the Rainbow Constrast Stitching

Newest Nike Air Max 97 Get the Rainbow Constrast Stitching

While still a year removed from its 25th anniversary, the Nike Air Max 97 has taken the new year as an opportunity to flex its creative muscles. Its latest proposition doesn’t indulge in sports or love inspired-themes, but instead a black and white color scheme complemented by contrasting rainbow stitching. Mesh and synthetic leather make up the silhouette’s top-half, with the former material appearing closest to the tongue. Vamp overlays deliver an all-black look, but their blue, green, yellow, orange and red detailing contribute much-needed flair to the forthcoming take on Christian Tresser’s design. Laces, just as Air Max cushioning underfoot, deviate from the bold and dark in a white style that allows the aforementioned contrast stitching to revel in the spotlight that much more.

2020 Jordan Sneaker,New to Nike’s hoops family, the Zoom Freak 2 continues Giannis Antetokounmpo’s line-up of signatures. And before it celebrates Coming To America like its predecessor, the silhouette will hit the court in a clean, Spring-ready “Bright Mango” colorway. The titular hue dresses quite a bit of the exterior construction. Paired with matching laces and patterned soles, it covers the forefoot in near entirety. Along the profile, the tone even takes up quite a large portion as well, though it’s more or less outshined by the purple-tinted, tumbled leather Swoosh and the angular, volt-colored molds below. Behind, near the counter, additional graphics superimpose atop, its black linework near Rorschach-esque. Elsewhere, the heel finishes with a bright, full-color print, one ostensibly depictive of psychedelic-lensed nature.

Though still unfortunate, it seems one good thing did come from the Tokyo Olympics’ postponement. Not only did it provide time to create safer, anti-COVID measures, but it also allowed brands like Nike to further expand their performance product. 2021Shoes Coming out later this Spring/Summer season, the brand new Zoom GT Cut innovates on the Swoosh’s basketball efforts, providing high-tech function in low-top form. As of writing this, only two colorways have appeared by way of official images. And while both are quite distinct — one loud in red, the other rather neutral in near-full black — each proffers the same utility. Via its cushioning, the pair supports with React, its namesake even sprawled across the heel’s glossy, patterned TPU unit. Full Zoom strobiles, then, outfit the internals, with hardshell molds adding stability along the exterior trim. Thin, open mesh weaves bring breathability to the upper, while more robust, nylon panels pillow along the tongue, instep, and toe. Elsewhere, the branding takes on a bold yet minimal look: the Swoosh is only half-done, shoe-specific emblems dress the heel tab, and stretched Nike hits right below.