Sneakerheads2020,The Nike Blazer Mid'77 Infinite reinforces the old school b-ball icon that has become popular on the street. The newly launched Blazer Mid uses a color matching design of white, iron gray, gray fog and light smoky gray. This pair of shoes features a white leather base, gray overlay and synthetic materials for the eye-catching Swoosh logo, front flap and heel. The D/MS/X brand completed the design under the padded tongue on the pure white rubber sole. Adidas brought ZX420. The last model before the ZX series has evolved into a new visual and aesthetic field. The latest generation products include soft suede and classic mesh uppers, as well as the necessary 3-layer EVA midsole. This combination of gray and off-white is very suitable for all low-key lovers.
New Drop Jordans decorated Russell Westbrook's Why Not Zer0.4 in the colors of the Washington Wizards, which also made it the perfect choice to celebrate July 4. This Jordan Why Not Zer0.4 uses a mixture of mesh cloth and leather, and is equipped with a shiny synthetic overlay. It uses a navy base with a contrasting red accent with white laces, a heel cover, and a rubber sole to complete the design. Nike Sportswear continues to add to their latest challenge OG series with this new "college red" color scheme. The Nike Challenger OG launched this time is characterized by the white grid on the tongue and toe box, and the side stitching with suede covering on the forefoot, eyelet and heel. The prominent shoes are college red leather Swoosh and high heels finished with white midsole and black waffle rubber outsole.
Hot Sale Jordans released a new "sea glass" color scheme with the Delta Breathe profile as part of its women's collection. Jordan Delta Breathe "Sea Glass" adopts sail color, black, light dew pearl color, sea glass color, glacier blue and light purple color scheme. This Jordan Delta Breathe has a transparent upper and suede on the heel. The leather appears on the back end of the Swoosh logo, and the design is completed on the React midsole and translucent outsole. Comme des Garçons Homme Plus once again collaborated with Nike to release another silhouette from the 90s in Air Carnivore, in black and white. This laceless Huarache-like shoe was originally released in 1993, with its iconic adjustable shoulder strap, neoprene collar and reflective upper. The brand design at the heel of CDG Homme Plus completes this design.