In sports shoes, few people can match the Air Jordan 1. Its history is closely related to one of the greatest basketball players of all time, full of notable announcements, iconic moments, and even controversies. This "shoe" was banned by the NBA when it debuted, which prompted Nike to launch a successful marketing campaign based solely on over-exaggerated arguments. To commemorate this advertisement, the brand designed a new "Rebellionaire" color scheme to prepare for its debut in early 2022. Instead of choosing a more appropriate "black/red" scheme, Jumpman chose to imitate the "shadow". Different from the recent explanation, the color block is almost the same as the OG color block, and the above-mentioned gray is used on the top of the outsole, Swoosh, and toe box. Then, the words "They can't stop you from wearing them" are printed on it, covering almost every panel with almost no blanks. Even the black fixture was similarly damaged, although its lettering was not as obvious as the "X" painted with red paint on the heel.
New Jordan 2020, The fictional Air Max Running Club has produced many solid colors. Just a few weeks ago, the series also included Air Max 95, which provided it with a very retro-inspired kit. This is another way of thinking about silhouette, which is much softer than its immediate predecessor. Nevertheless, the iconic "AMRC" element remains intact, further increasing the attractiveness of the product. The label advertised the above theme and "BVRTN, OR" is sewn on the heel, combined with the embroidery commonly used by models and the banner and badge unique to the backpack. In addition, there is a Swoosh-shaped pendant on the packaging with a background composed of black, white, "obsidian" and "sail".
Retro Jordan 2021, Under her Brooklyn artist Jordan Moss (Jordan Moss), clients such as Target, Hewlett-Packard and Atlantic Records have accumulated a large following. Recently, she participated in Nike's Artist-in-Residence (AIR) program, bringing her love of color to Air Zoom Pegasus 38. Similar to the work of past participants of the project, Moss has always had creative freedom in many running-related products. However, Dri-FIT equipment has played a supporting role in Nike React and Zoom air-cushion shoes that recently surfaced through official pictures. Unlike the accompanying products, the sneakers abandoned the overall pattern in favor of eye-catching primary colors. The latest Nike Pegasus upper is made of breathable mesh and synthetic reinforcement materials, which are divided into rich blue, green, red and yellow, the latter occupying the outline of the swoosh logo. The side heel is covered with floral gradient graphics, marking the only illustration of Moss appearing on the shoe. However, in other places, Pegasus 38 has both the artist's name and the "consistent" mantra she has always pursued.