Nike Air Force 1 Low Happy Pineapple

Nike continues to join their latest “first use” series to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the origin of Swooshes. The latest model to join the series is Air Force 1 Low. Wear thin bones, green noise and sail color design. This Nike Dunk High uses a sail-shaped leather base and suede leather cover. It was first used on June 18, 1971, printed under the side Swoosh logo, and appeared again on the insole in 1971. The white midsole is matched with a Swoosh lace lock inlaid with metal gold diamonds, which is perfectly integrated into the jib rubber outsole. To commemorate the 50th anniversary of Swoosh, Nike launched the latest “first use” series to celebrate the details and craftsmanship of its low-key start. Today, the brand showed off another Dunk High color scheme added to the celebration. This Nike Dunk High has a white leather base and gray suede covering, highlighting the contrast of orange. The first use was printed under the side profile embroidery Swoosh logo on June 18, 1971, and it appeared on the insole again in 1971. Double sets of shoelaces, metal gold diamond sleeve Swoosh shoelaces lock the white midsole and sail rubber outsole to complete the design.

In addition to the “cloud white” pair, New Sale Jordan will also launch the Yeezy 450 “dark slate” color scheme in the summer of 2021. Adidas Yeezy 450 uses a black Primeknit upper with charcoal overlay and sole. Its all-black appearance continues the sock-like ankle neckline and laces, exuding a secret atmosphere. Nike showed off the “Happy Pineapple” version of the third Air Force 1 Low, which is equipped with materials recycled from the brand’s “Return to Zero” campaign. This “Happy Pineapple” product of Nike Air Force 1 wears a black color scheme with coconut milk, metallic gold and green glow. The shoe uses canvas and fabric woven uppers, and double-layer Swoosh shoes, high heels and insoles are made of cork. The cinder-like outsole on the tongue that surrounds the design is the “Happy Pineapple” logo.

In celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of the origin of SooSokes, New 2021 Jordans revealed a “college red” dunk high color that will participate in their latest “first use” part. This Nike dunk high-featured college red leather upper with suede covering and first use was printed on the side profile embroidery under the Swoosh logo on June 18, 1971, and appeared on the insole again in 1971. Double sets of shoelaces, metal gold and diamond sets of Swoosh shoelaces are locked on the white midsole and red rubber outsole to complete the design. Joining the “Plant Cork” and “First Use” series, Nike will also release a new “Do You” package, including Air Max 97. Join the “plant cork” and “first use” series, Nike will also launch a new “Do You” Buy Aviators Ray-Ban Earglasses sports bag, including Air Max 97.