Nike Air Force 1 Fontanka Pink DA7024-600 For Christmas

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asked Dec 23, 2021 in 3D Segmentation by hx201314 (3,460 points)

We have seen the Aged or Vintage style styling in the case of Women Air Force 1 Fontanka Pink in Green and Navy versions. Now, this theme was used in the Nike Dunk High model, and the colors that we will introduce to you today are abbreviated as Black / White.At first glance, we get nothing extraordinary here, the usual black and white color scheme, which we have already issued many times. However, take a look at the delicate flavors, such as the aged and yellowed sole and cream laces. They wanted to get a vintage effect, but that's not all.What else distinguishes this variant from the others is the fact that the above-mentioned black panels have a slightly shimmering effect. This is quite common with old vintage shoes.Nike has not yet officially announced their premiere in the online store. Since we already have official photos, it should not be a distant date. Expect them in the first weeks of the new year.In early 2022, Nike will release the Dunk Low – 'Vintage Navy'. A sneaker in the popular Midnight Navy colorway, but with an aged look. In this article we have listed the official photos, we collect all release information and we give our opinion about this Vintage Navy sneaker.The year 2021 has not even come to an end when Nike has already presented a number of Dunks for the coming year.
The next year is all about the Nike Air Max 90 Athletic Club. We have already introduced you to some blasts for next year, some of which will surely remember the Sail Canvas or the Infrared. Now we have the first pictures of the Air Jordan 4 Olive Canvas. All information about the shoe is - as always - here in the article.We are definitely looking forward to next year. Air Jordan is currently making the greatest effort to tease out some highlights for next year. We hope that the delivery problems will not ruin our wish list. It's been a long time, especially for the new Jordan 4 releases.The olive canvas is a special colourway. It is surely a little bit inspired by the Jordan 4 Undefeated. Mainly because it comes in a completely olive-green upper. However, from our point of view we can say that it is olive like its alleged predecessor, but the rest is quite different. As the name suggests, the Oliv Canvas is made of canvas. The details are also not orange, but red. At least that's what the mock-ups suggest. To be honest, we don't really care who the new Jordan 4 is inspired by, because: we like them anyway and would definitely want to rock them.This 'Vintage Navy' sneaker is built from a dark blue (Midgnight Navy) outsole. This color is also reflected on the leather overlay panels and Swoosh on the upper.They've got a taste for it and will continue to release Dunks unabated.
With the imminent return of adidas Forum 84 Low, the Kyrie Infinity aka Kyrie 8 colorways are intensifying. On the heels of the recently revealed "Ky-D" iteration, this regal version of the silhouette applies a colourway to suit those in the highest ranks. Like the other Kyrie Infinity drops, this colourway focuses on a unique logo on the left tongue, with that particular style featuring a pie chart, and given the breadth of Kyrie's interests, it's unclear what the inspiration is.Speaking of color, this Kyrie 8 features many shades of purple; a college-style hue appears on the midsole and upper panel, while a washed and dyed look captures the rest of the suede overlays and a unique mesh exterior. Black is visible on one of the locking eyelets as well as the heel, while a matte gold finish is applied to the chiseled swoosh and forefoot.The base of the upper is made of white leather, which is also reflected on the tongue and the laces. It is striking that they opt for white laces here, in the official photos. On the black and green version of this 2022 Cheap Jordan, a cream (sail) colored lace is used. It may indicate that this sneaker will come with multiple colors of laces. Finally, there is of course the colored midsole.

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