New Release Nike Air Max 90 NRG Sail CT2007-100

New Release Nike Air Max 90 NRG Sail CT2007-100

The Nike Air Max 90 NRG Sail first released in 2018. The model was part of the Nike Air Max Day in 2018 and was an upgraded version of the original 2006 Nike Air Max 1 x Atmos 'Animal'. At that time, the sneaker was immediately sold out and many sneakerheads saw it as a new holy grail. Our friends from Afew announced a bizarre raffle last week, as they have a re-stock of the Nike Air Max x Atmos "Animal" 2.0!The model is arguably one of Nike's wildest colorways. Originally designed in 2006 by the head of Atmos from Japan. The colorway was inspired by different animals from the zoo. We see various animal prints, such as the tiger, zebra and leopard. A great detail is the red swoosh and the red branding on the tongue. These two colors make the model pop even harder!
Some time ago we showed you a new Air Foamposite One Shattered Backboard. In addition to the new colorway, this sneaker had an effect that we rarely see: Tear Away. With this effect, a two-layer upper is used. The top layer can be torn away so that the bottom, with a different color, becomes visible. This cool Nike Air Force 1 LX Low "Tear Away" is scheduled for Saturday, April 25, 2020!Under the white top layer is a colorful variant. We see a mix of green, red, yellow, purple and baby blue. The sneakers come in a unique bag with on the back the text: "DO: Be Creative. Let it wear away over time. Try a wet sponge. Use your fingernails. The Lace tip can help! ". With this text Nike wants to force the wearer of the sneaker to be creative!When we look at this release we see that the upper has a corduroy-like material as top layer. On top of this are small details that give away that there is an extra layer under the top layer, such as small scissors, dotted lines and "TEAR HERE" texts.The main color combination in this design is the combination of white panels that we see at the top of the toebox and on the side of the shoe, with elements in blue, talking about the heel, around the laces and around the toebox.
Is the Air Jordan 4 Red Metallic really inspired by Buggin Out's AJ4 OG White Cement in Do The Right Thing? Nothing is less sure. According to Finish Line, the green, red and yellow of this women's sneaker is a nod to the Jamaica Carnival, an event that brings together about 100,000 people each year. Normally, the Bacchanal takes place after Easter. The coronavirus epidemic has forced organizers to revise their plans. Carnivalists will parade through the streets of Kingston only in October. In terms of inspiration, we are far from the model worn by the character played by Giancarlo Esposito. In terms of design, we understand that many people find similarities with the shoes appearing in the Spike Lee film.The colors of New York Knicks have been complemented with the Orange Air Jordan logo on the back of the shoe and black accents like lacing and side Swoosh. All this will be put on a white sole with a blue bottom.

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