Changing favorite colorways is nothing new for Menairshoes . More frequently used, however, is red, which has taken over for reimagined offerings like "Red Thunder." Here, another Air Jordan 6 "Oreo" gets the same treatment, with a few tweaks to the color blocks. Leaker called the pair "Red Oreos," a pretty simple combination. "University Red" marks only a few accents - like tongue, midsole and pull hook - all of which have the name à la. As for the rest of the upper part, the structure is kept simple, with the model showing a solid white, partially tumbled look. Back in June 2021, the Packer x Reebok Answer IV was dubbed the much-anticipated new product. Inspired by Prada's epoch-making America's Cup luxury sneaker first launched in 1997, the shoe is designed as a nod to Allen Iverson's footwear fashion choices and features a near-identical Material packaging, imitating the driving sneakers made in Italy. Navy blue leather, silver-gray mesh and red accents wrap around the Answer IV's silhouette, making us wonder if the Reebok basketball model really had the America's Cup as its inspiration when it was originally designed. Packer has officially unveiled its collaborative project "Ultramarine," essentially establishing a link to the America's Cup.
Adidas Skateboard has been busy for the past two years,New Release Yeezy delivering innovations to the likes of tshawn Jones and Lucas Puig. While the Three Stripes line will no doubt continue to explore new territory, it recently went back in time to unearth adidas' 1990s Adimatic skate shoe. On the tech side, adidas Originals' low-top design doesn't offer revolutionary cushioning or traction, despite its upper section featuring recycled construction -- 25 percent of its components are made from at least 50 percent recycled content . Future models may be updated with the brand's proven Lightstrike, adiPrene and/or Boost technologies, but the first retro versions will include standard EVA foam. The full suede arrangement and wide-contoured 3-Stripes logo across the top half of the model provides a durable, enough build for even the craziest tricks. The sturdy, partially zig-zag midsole works with the translucent gum brown outsole for reliable and responsive grip, while also delivering a "bang from the past" given their retro design. The original "Green/Crystal White" style is still fresh after 26 years, and is accompanied by other styles appropriate to the 1990s, including the silhouette's widely recognized "Forest" line (similar to Adidas EQT products from decades ago) . It's not yet known what Adidas will do with the other skates in its archives, but it's safe to say that the future is bright.
Like most of Jumpman's lifestyle offerings, the Jordan Delta 2 isn't very popular with the main lineup. But for a similar glamour, the brand has added the much-loved "college blue" for visually nervous runners. While not the Air Jordan 1, this shoe does offer similar quality, with the toe cap made from premium suede. The aforementioned cool shades make it more appealing, while also tying it to the similarly styled leather eye pads and heel. Elsewhere, Las Vegas Raiders Jerseys neutral elements dominate the building, such as the outlines of letterforms, tools, nylon tongues, various branding, and more. The Nike Air Max Furyosa may be far from stealing the spotlight from other brands under the Nike umbrella, but it continues to increase the number of women-only options on the market. In demonstrating an affinity for bold color palettes worthy of its inherently statement-making design, the silhouette recently came out with a grey base paired with South Florida-appropriate teal and magenta accents. Synthetic leather, suede and mesh combine to form one of the busier uppers currently under the Air Max umbrella, with some of the aforementioned styles found on the toe, tongue and heel. The exaggerated sole unit, immersed in multiple visible airbags and a shattered midsole, opts for a subtle color arrangement, although the heritage-inspired outsole opts for a Nike milled construction to introduce more color into the mix.