Although hippie sports and basketball culture in the 1960s did not seem to have much in common, Nike successfully combined the two to celebrate the ability of sports to bring people together. The "Peace, Love, Basketball" series continues to expand, adding a Nike Air Force 1 High ’07 White, with interesting prints and embroidery details. The white smooth leather dominates the foundation, which makes the silhouette Swooshe slightly deviate from the hypothetical pebbled leather construction. On the back foot of the side, the peace sign, heart shape and Swoosh are embroidered in black and filled with various bright tones to embrace the theme of hippies and circles. The above-mentioned bright tones also form mosaic-like patterns, covering the brand's tongue and insoles. To further the animation style, the insole, heel label, and the "AIR" logo on the sole are all black. Finally, green and blue touches are applied under the feet as circular accents to complete this interesting design.
Designed for Nike SB's skate shop retail partners, the orange label product line is ready for the exciting new setting of Dunk in September. Known as the "unbleached bag", this series of Nike SB Dunks has the same soft leather and canvas look, we have dropped in the previous orange label, but these seem to be dyed in a distinct color. Although the execution of the dye looks fairly consistent throughout the upper, you can see some spotted stains on the midsole further indicating the appeal of customization. The lilac purple exterior is decorated with white laces, tongue, interior, and tumbling leather Swoosh logo, while the skate-friendly gum sole maintains the core of the movement. We imagine that other color schemes are on the way, with the potential for medium and high choices.
In the past few years, New Jordan has consolidated his influence in youth culture just like Kanye West and other inner circle figures have done. Force. It is impossible for him and his Nike family to admit this, but the latter undoubtedly took advantage of the success of La Flame's cooperative shoes and released some ambiguous claims between coincidence and blatant "tribute." For example: the new Air Jordan 1 Low. For the untrained, the upcoming shoe is just a choice of brown and white with pink and black tones, but the timing couldn't be more perfect. Yes, this vintage model is obsessed with fall colors and even quilted lining, but its hue is reminiscent of Scott's "Mocha" style on the Air Jordan 1. In addition, the reflex hitting the spine can be explained as the team Jumpman injected some functions, made by individuals in Texas. Although there is no cargo bag or Cactus Jack brand on this shoe, collectors will definitely take this style as a comfort.