The Air Jordan 5 Toro Bravo (translated from Spanish as "Raging Bull") was ridiculed for the first time in August 2020 and will finally be available tomorrow, April 10. The "Varsity Red" color scheme was first released in 2009, and the first appearance was on the "What The" Air Jordan 5 launched last fall. Except for the partially icy blue outsole and the shadow of the contour mesh and shoelace guards, tomorrow's pair is the same as its rivals ten years ago. The details on the tongue maintain its reflective silver effect, just like the high heels with the Jumpman logo. From a material point of view, the story has remained the same since ten years ago, because the upper is obsessed with the suede structure, just like the "What The" style mentioned earlier.
New Jordan 2020's annual recognition of the fictitious but globally renowned 4/20 holiday proved to be this special SB Dunk High, covered with a Hawaiian floral pattern. But this is not just a delightful application of patterns, but a tribute to Maui Wowie aka Maui Waui, which is famous for its sweet, tropical flavor. Nike SB's interpretation of the tension in this area is described by the above-mentioned upper pattern, which can be torn off to reveal the grass green suede layer under the legendary skunk Dunks. The entire tongue and the Swoosh logo also show hemp-like materials, and the custom insole further illustrates this story.
On the Retro Jordan 2021, Nike Air Force 1 introduced dozens of colors suitable for various style preferences. For the latest claims, Bruce Kilgore's design makes things extremely simple through the triple "white" color scheme. However, it uses a non-standard tumbling leather structure and golden lace Dubra leather throughout the upper. This pair of newly surfaced heels does not have any red Supreme box logo on the heel, indulging in the monochromatic arrangement of the low-top Air Force 1 in the 2020 spring and summer series in cooperation with the New York City agency. However, the successor used a smooth leather substitute in its upper half instead of smooth leather, including a contoured sole and a heel plaque under the "NIKE AIR" brand. At the foot, the sole components maintain their classic "white-to-white" beauty, which is the first choice in areas such as the Bronx and Harlem, but the lace Dubra shoes give up their plastic "colorless" or silver makeup, which is very impressive. The eyes lit up. Capture the texture of metallic gold.