DQ5570-100 Nike Air Force 1 Pixel Mystic Hibiscus

DQ5570-100 Nike Air Force 1 Pixel Mystic Hibiscus

The Nike Air Force 1 Pixel is unlikely to be the focal point of the original's 40th anniversary, Sneakers2090 will grab attention with colorways like the new "Peak White/Mystic Hibiscus" option. Made for women, the upcoming sneaker features a predominantly suede upper that extends to the cutout silhouette and Achilles heel panel. Off-white and rich red work together to create the Air Force 1 for spring, an inadvertent nod to the two-tone style from the 1980s. As the "Pixel" design is inspired by video games, a three-dimensional spin on the classic branding appears on the tongue tab and heel, while the sole opts for a familiar but updated look. A series of upcoming adidas Trae Young 1 releases will follow in Spring/Summer 2022. In the distraction is this vivid new colorway that apparently takes a variety of citrus tones and applies it to the mesh upper in an appealing gradient format, with neon lime blended at the toe to grapefruit red towards the heel. Covering the tangerine orange bag is the featured tongue flap and lace eye stay, with a matching midsole above the peach outsole. Finally, the same grapefruit red shade can be seen on the outer and inner lining of the heel.

The Nike Air More Uptempo has extensive ties to Scottie Pippen, and since its inception in 1996, the Nike Air More Uptempo has become a star in its own right. In addition to the reissued original colorway, the New 2021 Jordans has helped usher in an expansive modern audience of Nike's basketball collection. In its latest proposition, the pop-art-inspired design incorporates a predominantly "black" ensemble, complemented by military-appropriate "thick green" and "pilgrim" contrasts. Nubuck and leather construction spans the base of most of the pair to set the muted green stage, taking over the iconic "AIR" - lettering along the sides; there will also be swish logos on the toe, midsole and upper . The rest of the sneaker—including the Air max variant footbed—returns to a pitch-black layout, though the branding on the sock liners and outsole introduces a vibrant citrus hue. The standard "NIKE AIR" text on the insole is complemented by a graphic of a scary dog ​​that has also appeared on other silhouettes over the past two months, suggesting it was designed for the Nike sportswear line.

Tokyo-based brand Mountain Research, founded by Setsumasa Kobayashi in 1994, Nike Outlet has not penetrated the mainstream audience in the US like other Japanese brands. Over the past few years, however, the outdoor-loving brand has cultivated a cult following in the U.S. thanks to its footwear partnership with Reebok. Reebok is now releasing a pair of Alien Stomper shoes in predominantly black that debuted more than 30 years ago. Back in May 2020, the brand created by Kobayashi transformed what was once a movie prop into a teaching theme, with words such as "hold tight" printed on the high-quality leather uppers of the sneakers. The latest Reebok from Mountain Research, in partnership with Reebok, takes the same design approach, but in darker shades that match Japanese fashion tastes. However, the sneaker's DNA is easily recognizable due to its overall shape, use of locking straps and a 1980s sole unit. Mountain Research's two-color logo replaces the Massachusetts-based company's standard brand identity in language, adding another record to the partner's catalog.


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