New Jordan is set to release a new “Arctic Punch” colorway of the Air Jordan 8 available exclusively in kids and grade school sizing.And while originally supposed to be exclusive to PS sizes, the colourway has just reappeared in the larger GS size.the Air Jordan 8 arrives in summer tones featuring a White smooth and perforated leather upper with Peach and Cream overlays.Although it may have more surface to work on, the design is almost identical to its smaller counterpart. Orange contrasting accents throughout gives off that summer vibe atop a White midsole and Pink rubber outsole completes the design.The scheme itself maintains the mismatched look, with purple suspenders crossing over to a brighter yellow opposite.The badges are then engraved with the same colors, using them to shape and detail around the Jumpman badge.

2020 Jordan Sneaker,Before the Air Max Pre-Day debuts on Air Max Day (March 26th) in its “Liquid Lime” colorway, Nike reveals an upcoming “Summit White” iteration of their latest model.A blend of Nike Running heritage and Air Max innovation, the latest silhouette indulges in a simple color palette for its latest proposition.The model blend the late-1970s and modern-day design aesthetics.“Summit White” and “Platinum” cover the upper in mesh, nylon and synthetic leather. It comes build with recycled materials including recycled polyester and synthetic suede covering the upper.The tabs have no exposed foam, but they do offer a similar aesthetic thanks to their yellow trim; The “Nike” mark on the language labels also recalls the Waffle Racer of yesteryear.The standout detail is the tooling, which includes a portion of the midsole hollowed-out to showcase its Air unit along with part of the outsole using Nike’s Grind rubber made from repurposed foams.

Buy Jordan 2021 are set to release another collaborative project, this time for an upcoming “What The P-Rod” Nike SB Dunk Low.Celebrating Paul Rodriguez’s career with the Swoosh, this colorful and lively rendition of the Nike SB Dunk Low comes done in the signature “What The” look and brings together a variety of Paul’s past Nike SB collaborations all into one shoe, including his P-Rod line.This “What The P-Rod” edition of the Nike SB Dunk Low pays homage to his history with the brand.The new images above give us a good look at the sneaker from various angles allowing us to see all of the different elements and components that make up the shoe. The shoe features a mismatched color scheme covered with various of details pulled from his past Nike SB collaborations, including designs from his P-Rod line.