Three metallic, silver stars constructed in a vertical line dress the rear of this Nike AF1 Low, differing to the black and blue branding found at the top of the tongue. With a crisp-white midsole housing that all-important Air technology unit and a black lace unit tied up with a metallic lace lock, this is a mostly monochrome sneaker with a penchant for sea blue.The pair is capped off with a special-edition medallion hang tag which again reiterates the starry theme.
Dressed in a White and Orange Blaze color scheme.The Nike Dunk High Retro Syracuse should take the same silhouette as its predecessor. White leather underlays match the tongue and Air midsole. Meanwhile Orange Blaze representing Syracuse University covers the smooth leather overlays, laces and rubber outsole.The brand confirmed in January that the “Syracuse” Nike Dunk High from the original ‘85 “Be True To Your School” series is returning in March as part of the model’s Spring ‘21 lineup.
We’ve seen 30-year-old inspiration hit Air Jordans 31-thru-35, each taking in select elements from their respective anniversary sneaker. This Air Jordan 35 Fire Red features a White upper constructed in a mix of mesh with leather overlays. Other details includes iridescent detailing pairs with Red contrasting accents throughout. 3M reflective tongues and “Nike Air” heel tags atop a White midsole and icy translucent outsole completes the design.
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