Air Jordan 1 High OG Hyper Royal will take part of Jordan Brand’s Spring/Summer 2021 lineup. Undoubtedly one of the year’s most anticipated releases, the colorway arrives soon in a construction and material similar to 2019’s “Turbo Green.”Air Jordan 1 High OG “Hyper Royal”Dressed in a Hyper Royal, Light Smoke Grey, and White color scheme.Though they missed the opportunity to call it the “Turbo Blue,” the colorway is at least visually obvious in its connection to the aforementioned. Velvety suedes dress in the bright blue shade, subtly distressed in a way reminiscent of tie-dye.This Air Jordan 1 features a White leather base with Royal Blue suede overlays, Grey Swoosh logos and ankle collar atop a White midsole and Blue rubber outsole.Underneath, genuine leathers ground in white neutrals, matching the laces, nylon tongue, and the midsole as well. “Light Smoke Grey” then rounds off the design via the nubuck swoosh, collar, and the lightly contrasted tread.
Cheap 2020 Jordans drops a new “Melon Tint” colorway of the Charge Canvas skate shoe.The Nike SB Charge Canvas pairs a low-top silhouette with flexible canvas for premium performance. A dual-density insole supports your feet while you skate and cushions you through big drops and tricks.This offering of the Nike SB Charge Canvas features a Sail canvas upper highlighted with Melon Tint accents on the tongue tags and Swoosh logos.Highlights of the sneaker include a White canvas upper along with Melon Tint detailing on the leather Swooshes and the branding on the tongues. A Whit midsole atop a Black rubber outsole completes the design.
Sneakerheads2020 designed the Nike Air Huarache. In 2003, the outdoor-inspired “Escape” colorway debuted. For 2021, Nike will be bringing back the popular colorway exactly like it was in ’03. the Air Huarache was part of a directional series that focused on containment with a neoprene interior bootie and reductive upper design; in addition to running, Tinker and Nike delivered one for basketball (Air Flight Huarache), cross-training (Air Trainer Huarache), and several other, lesser-known styles.Nike Air Huarache "Escape" Dressed in a Bisque, Storm Grey, Rope, and Black color scheme. This Nike Air Huarache features a Grey neoprene bootie paired with earthy Brown leather overlays and a supportive ankle strap.Releasing very sparsely throughout the earlier half of the 1990s, the Huaraches caught the attention of the sneaker sub-culture in the early 2000s thanks to collaborations with Stussy and other sought-after colorways like the “Escape” from 2003.A White midsole atop a Black rubber outsole completes the design. Nike has chosen to bring back the model in its “OG” form, and based on the relative indifference to the aforementioned Stussy re-issues by the modern generation of sneakerheads, the Escape won’t escape those who truly appreciate the shoes.