Womens Air Jordan 1 Mid Game Time GS Black White Blue Orbit for Sale
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New Drop Jordans,The puffy upper is built upon a chunky last, giving it a wide shape reminicent of ’00s skate shoes. However, this skate base is overlaid with the P-6000’s running shoe-inspired extended eyestays, swooping midfoot overlay and sport-geared toebox. On the “Green Strike” colorway, this is all dressed in black, save for a slight gray tint on select pieces. Rubberized Swooshes that hang slightly off the back are done up in a bright green hue that’s replicated on the piping, and tongue tags supply a hybrid green “Nike/OFF” hit.Abloh’s signature Helvatica text in white takes up residence on the medial quarter, and each pair comes with an infamous ziptie — here done up in blaze orange. Tongues are made from extra-thick exposed foam, with the top half completed by heel branding and a special insole graphic. Down below, rubberized Nike Dunk midsoles are equipped with an Air Max unit in the heel to boost the cushion and complete the look.
Following full looks at the “Green Strike” and “University Blue” colorways, Black Friday Nike SB Dunk Low TRD Summit White Wolf Grey we now have official imagery of the Off-White™ x Nike Air Rubber Dunk “University Gold.”The final take applies a mix of yellow and metallic gold to Virgil Abloh‘s next collaboration with Nike. The hybrid silhouette is centered around elements of the Nike SB Dunk with visual characteristics of the P-6000 sneaker. Distinct features include rubberized midfoot Swooshes and Nike Air branding at the rear, “NIKE OFF” tongue tags, Helvetica industrial text printing on the medial midfoot and tacked on orange tabs. Finishing up the shoe is an extended black sole unit with a proud visible Air unit at the heel.
Womens Air Jordan 1 Mid Game Time GS Black White Blue Orbit ,the Air Raid is a seminal piece of early ’90s Nike Basketball footwear that boasts fans as diverse as Jerry Lorenzo — who used it as inspiration for his Air Fear of God Raid in 2019 — and Pigalle head Stéphane Ashpool.As the story goes, Hatfield originally conceptualized the Air Raid as a competitor to Reebok‘s Pump Blacktop, the first-ever sneaker specifically made and marketed for playing basketball outdoors. Nike founder Phil Knight discovered the Blacktop, and left a note demanding an outdoor basketball-centric shoe on another executive’s desk. That executive then passed the note to Hatfield and the rest was history, thanks to the shoe’s visibly tough design and a memorable commercial starring Tim Hardaway and Spike Lee. In an interesting aside, Hatfield originally wanted to call the shoe the Air Jack — because people would want it so much they’d snatch it right off your feet. Needless to say, that moniker never saw the light of day and the Air Raid was born.