To meet the warm weather in the coming months, Nike Sportswear launched a new “pickling” version of Blazer Low. This Nike Blazer Low shoe uses a canvas upper, which is completely covered with an acid wash print. Black leather covers the notched tongue label, Swoosh logo, toes and forefoot, while black also appears on the inner lining, insole, “Nike” rear brand, and rubber outsole. A set of light blue laces on the white midsole completes the design. Every athlete remembers his first coach, because they hold a special place in everyone’s heart, paving the way for them to become professional athletes. As a tribute to these coaches, Jordan Brand will launch a special edition Air Jordan 1 “To My First Coach” series in 2021. The series includes Air Jordan 1 Zoom Comfort, Air Jordan 1 Mid and Air Jordan 1 Low. Each pair of shoes wears the “Sail/White Zitron Summit White” color scheme, with white Swoosh logo, laces and midsole on top of the Sail rubber outsole. A tag of “To my first coach” and “Thank you” completed the design.
Nike SB Nyjah Free 2 is inspired by the iconic Nike Air Zoom Spiridon. It is a sequel to its predecessor and will be released in a new “Black Web” color scheme. This SB Nyjah Free 2 uses a black mesh panel and matching synthetic cladding. The highlight of the shoe is Volt contrasting the accent of the brand area finished with a black free cushioning sole. In addition to these “bubble gum”-like shoes, Nike will also release the “three white” version of their latest Air Max genome model. Nike Air Max Genome uses a combination of mesh cloth, perforated leather and wood-based panels. All-white upper with light gray details, full-length Air Max cushion and free-running rubber outsole.
Nike Air Zoom Type combines street style and comfort, with a new “blue neon” color scheme. This Air Zoom model uses a blue mesh material with a neon green tone, while the N.354 brand appears on the sole and tongue. The laminated foam on the heel and the Zoom Air cushioning system on the forefoot complete this design. In addition to the Air Jordan 7 “Oregon Ducks” pair that surfaced at the end of 2019, Jordan Brand also designed a special edition Air Jordan 7 specifically for the Oregon women’s basketball team, which will be laced during the NCAA tournament, starting on March 21. This Air Jordan 7 PE women’s sneaker features a white leather upper with a matching midsole and rubber outsole. The duck’s trademark includes the concave “O” logo on the heel, the green trapeze on the flanks, and the green and yellow chenille “UO” patch on the metallic gold tongue. Each pair is numbered as 120 pairs, which are detailed on the woven inner tongue label.