First teased in January, the Air Jordan 12 Low Easter aka “Lagoon Pulse” finally heads to retailers on April 3rd. Although the low-top proposition hasn’t won over the masses (as evidenced by public criticism of the pair prepped for Super Bowl LV), its latest style has garnered attention for its clean aesthetic. Arriving more versatile than the aforementioned offerings, this pair arrives clad in well-utilized white leathers, though it does arrive with a light iridescent gloss.“White” takes over much of the shoe, with silver and light blue entering the mix across branding and the outsole. The finish bounces off soft pastel colors in the light, while the matching midfoot JUMPMAN panel and upper eyelets opt for something a bit more heavy-set in its saturation.Like the forthcoming Jordan 11 Low “Legend Blue” set to launch on April 17th, the low-top Jordan 12 taps into Michael Jordan’s legacy while delivering a look and build perfect for the warmer months of the year.A flash of black is added at the rear tag, before light and bright finishes resume at the sole unit; an icy translucent sole unit rests underfoot popped with aqua blue Jumpman branding and white traction pads to complete the design.
The Nike Air Max 97 doesn’t boast the same mainstream popularity of other silhouettes under the NIKE, Inc. umbrella, but it’s been a go-to option among savvier consumers for years.Nike is about to drop a cleanest Air Max 97 Black Metallic Silver . For its latest proposition, the Christian Tresser-designed sneaker has indulged in a stealthy “Black” colorway slightly-accented by “Metallic Silver” hits.Akin to iterations prepped for Valentine’s Days of yesteryear, the forthcoming pair indulges in a near-all-“Black” ensemble. Uppers, however, boast a traditional synthetic leather and mesh construction, instead of a sequin build. Swoosh branding on the profiles and tongue and “air max” text on the spine deviate from their monochromatic surroundings in a shimmering metallic tone. The silhouette of Christian Tresser appears to us at first glance in a full black just enhanced with a silver mini-swoosh, but its central waves are endowed with 3M and will come to agree with it after dark, thus bringing the contrast. Subtle and efficient.Visible Air cushioning underfoot also dons a grey-variant, but forgo the starkness of the aforementioned logos. Lastly, tread underfoot features the covert aesthetic and its visible counterpart.
New Jordan To celebrate, the brand seems to be bringing this Cortez back to “Los Angeles” for the opening day of the MLB season.If Nike’s not referencing New York, then it’s likely they’re enjoying the hot, Los Angeles weather. And there’s certainly no better a time for an homage to the City of Angels than now, as the LA Dodgers took home the world series last year. To celebrate, it seems the brand is bringing back this Cortez “Los Angeles” for the MLB season’s Opening Day.And while it may appear brand new, the couple reappeared last summer and reportedly made their debut in a very small number of stores.Due to release (or, rather, re-release) on April 1st, the pair recently hit the calendars of select retailers earlier in the week. And though it may seem brand new, the pair surfaced back during the Summer of last year and it reportedly made its debut at a very small number of shops. If you missed out, you have another chance to grab your hands on this very fitting homage to the Dodgers. While the team’s name is nowhere on the shoe, the clue is pretty clear as the “Los Angeles” embroidery on the side mimics the logo. Despite not having the team’s name anywhere on the shoe, the reference is quite clear as the “Los Angeles” embroidery down the side mimics their very logo. Clad in red, these threads dress a white leather base that’s detailed with silver, champion-esque dubraes and blue leather overlays.