Air Force 1 Shadow Pairs Cashmere Releasing With Pale Coral

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Air Force 1 Shadow Pairs Cashmere Releasing With Pale Coral

Nike's color library is huge, spring/summer is coming, it seems to be more and more endless. With their New Air Force 1 shadow, the brand further proves this, as they added some rare Pantones to the mix. Although each tone has its own unique characteristics, they work together in surprising ways. "Cashmere" is a more saturated cream color, mainly used for shoe uppers, to make the toe, mid-top, tongue and midsole show a faint vanilla color. Adjacent to it, the Swoosh logo is paired with "light coral" and light blue, and the light blue is placed on the sole, similar to the way it is used on the toe. Further use the above pink, then, round up the counter suede and additional midsole pieces, while the bright highlight yellow accent eyes stay and the "lilac" led heel label.

Cadysneaker redesigned three classic Nike Running shoes in Nike Waffle Racer, Nike LDV and Nike Daybreak. Before the end of this year, the two brands will cooperate to launch at least three Nike LDWaffle color schemes. The picture shows the "black/sail/dark gray/bright lemon" option. At first glance, the upcoming two seem to be completely dominated by the layered style now recognized by Chitin Abe, but careful observation reveals the nature of their collaboration. From the forefoot to the heel is the overlapping area of ​​suede and leather, the latter area clearly exhales Takahashi-kun's hand. The prominent "wings" were dropped on the rear of LDWaffle, but the bulged heel clip boasted the names of Nike, Sacai and Undercover. The branding of the rest of the shoe seems to only highlight the Swoosh and Abe labels, although the official pictures may reveal others. Finally, the waffle-patterned outsole is obsessed with the couple's nominal yellow hue, and the yet-to-be-released options will boast "college red", "royal team" and other colors.

 New Release Yeezy will soon launch a sequel to the "XZ 0006" from the inside out, it is speculated that its final product is ZX 0000. Although the original color tone is neutral, its follow-up product is a tribute to the iconic "Aqua" color scheme. Like its predecessor, the deformed ZX6000 seems ordinary at first glance. Inspired in part by X-rays, many panels appear transparent, and each-mainly covering-allows one to better inspect the device underneath. The adjacent, bright yellow stripes and forefoot accent are flipped, pushing its back end and stitching to the foremost line. This taste of deconstruction continues on the counter and Dubre, which have strange bubbles and angles respectively.