LeBron James x Nike Air Force 1 Strive for Greatness
LeBron James, also known as King James, 2021Sneakers has his own color scheme in the Nike Air Force 1 low-altitude suit, called "Fight for Greatness." The new design provides a new look, just at the beginning of the NBA season. LeBron James x Nike Air Force 1 displayed tan and checkerboard-like color block details on the classic pure white AF1 rubber sole. There is a black Swoosh on this shoe, and a blue and black Nike and "King James" joint logo on the tongue and heel. There is also a lion (usually synonymous with James) with a crown painted on the heel, strolling in the oasis. The athlete's "LJ" logo also appeared on the toe box, and his slogan "Strive for Greatness" was printed on the insole.
In the remaining months of 2021, New Drop Jordans plans to release a large number of new footwear collaboration products to the public, one of which will be a brand new product with SoleFly, a clothing and footwear retailer based in South Miami . After commemorating the 10th anniversary of Air Jordan 1 in a neutral tone collaboration in 2020, this Florida store is now making a low version of Air Jordan 1 with reference to two Nike product catalogs. The way to lead this design is a stark black hue, wrapped in suede quarter panel Swooshes, tongue, laces, and heel covering. There is a striking red suede on the toe box with animal prints around it. This is the "Bison" launched by Nike SB Dunk Low in 1993. This pair of high-heeled shoes is equipped with a beige overlay, decorated with tonal patterns, similar to the appearance of Nike Air carnival. In addition, the heel brand is separated between the SoleFly logo on the left and the traditional wing Jordan brand logo on the right. Downstairs, the midsole of the sneakers is all black, and the outsole is chewing gum.
Although this is not a big collaboration, the black and white Dunk Low color scheme released by Sneakerheads2020 in March 2021 is still one of the most popular silhouette color schemes released this year. It is everywhere on the street regardless of men and women, and for good reason, because it can match almost any clothes you wear. Retro shoes can only be found in the aftermarket now, but fortunately, Nike has launched a brand new sustainable Dunk Low "white/black" color scheme for women, essentially having the same aesthetic but different materials. This product was released under Nike's "Next Nature" program, which requires Nike to produce more environmentally friendly products. The upper of this cosmetic is made of upgraded and reused materials. The white hue fills the toe box, quarter, collar and tongue, while black is decorated with coats, Swooshes and lace. Inside the shoe, the background of the insole is a bright green hue and marks the windmill logo of Swoosh. As the midsole is painted white and the outsole is dyed black, more yin and yang atmosphere will arrive below.