It was back in 2013 when the Air Jordan 1 Black Toe had made an appearance on retail shelves, also as a retro. Hence, its uppers will once again be made up of plain White leather, while covered in Black- and Varsity Red-colored overlays, which is the reason this colorway sports a Chicago Bulls look.These are way more attractive as a shoe paired with jeans over joggers or shorts. Although it once dominated on the courts, it’s made the transition to a smarter sneaker release. In particular though, this sneaker gets its nickname from the Black-colored overlays surrounding its toeboxes.A subtle mini Jumpman logo hits the rear sidewall in white and the conventional Jordan midsole sits underfoot. Of course, this year’s version will accurately resemble the 1985 OG, so Nike Air branding is featured on the tongue.
Nike Air Jordan Shoes,Here’s everything you need to know about the Jordan 13 Low Brave Blue.Although this much is somewhat certain that this sneaker will likely be among 2016’ s Air Jordan releases, a date for its arrival has not yet been officially confirmed. It promises the best in cushioning which only adds to the appeal of this upcoming exclusive. So, keep checking back in order to find out when the returning Air Jordan 1 High OG “Black Toe” will hit the shelves.
This year, Air Max 98 ushered in the 20th anniversary of its birth, and the retro trend continues to be hot. Nike will not miss this opportunity. After the release of the most classic up to color, a new pair of Nike Air Max 98 Tour Yellow also appeared.The shoes are mainly black, white and gray. The details of the midsole cushion, Swoosh and the tongue are all added with bright yellow accents, which more strongly set off the retro style of the whole pair of shoes.