Are you looking for this Nike Dunk Low Plum 2020?
, July 7,2020 - Spor
The Nike Dunk Low Plum 2020 colorway, apart from the color, looks almost identical to the "Evergreen Aura" colorway. This colorway also has a white base that is created from mesh. There are several overlays of gray leather, which give the sneaker a little more depth and life. These gray overlays have orange details, such as the branding on the tongue and heel, but also the Swoosh and the mudguard are processed in an orange color.Now that we have had the upper, we descend and see a clean, white midsole and a white Air Unit. Then there is an orange / white / black outsole under the white midsole, to keep the chassis of the sneaker alive.So far, two colorways have come out, but it could be that more colorways or sneakers are being added to the pack. The colorways differ enormously in terms of colors. One colorway is a lot more colorful than the other. We will examine both of them for you.
If we pay more attention to the Nike LeBron Soldier 14, you will soon notice that the sneaker is composed of many different materials. We see pony and ostrich hair, but also a crocodile print. The Swooshes have suede and leather, while the tongue is processed in a safari print. As we said, many colors have been processed and it is clearly visible. In addition to a colorful colorway, there would also be a monotonous colorway incorporated on the Air Max 90. This colorway also has a mix of pony hair, ostrich skin and a crocodile print. However, it is not processed in all kinds of colors, like the other colorway. This colorway has been given a black color. From the outsole to the tongue, it is finished in black, except for the Swoosh on the inside. This is in fact red in color.According to official sources, the Recrafted model will return before the end of the summer. In order to give us a bit of water for our mouths, the brand born in 1972 draws a Nike Air Max 90 Reverse Laser Blue.
If Air Jordan 1 sneakers as classic as the Air Force 1 endure on the market with a still formidable effectiveness, it is in part thanks to the collaborations that Nike continues to undertake with big names of the streetwear scene. Among these, we can cite KITH which is making new variations of Bruce Kilgore's shoe at an increasingly sustained pace. The American brand created in 2010 by the iconic Ronnie Fieg has just unveiled an unprecedented AF-1 that pays homage to KITH's New York roots, to the delight of fashion lovers like you. Already eagerly awaited, this black iteration, dubbed simply ’NYC’, is sure to see the light of day this fall. She would then come and take over from Air Force 1 "Rucker Park" which we invite you to discover or rediscover in order to wait in the most beautiful way until D-Day.The release of the Air Max III OG Laser Blue 30th Anniversary is taking shape.The concept is analogous to that deployed for a special 25th anniversary AM90 Infrared. The colors of the original model are arranged differently to give birth to a new sneaker.
The year of the Nike Air Force 1 continues with, as always, the release of multiple colorways. Of all those already released in 2020 or which are to come, one particularly holds attention and this is the one that interests us today. Initially nicknamed the “poor man's Travis” on the internet because of various mock-ups, this one is far from the Travis on these first official photos. Indeed, we find a leather upper, contrasted by a suede yoke on the heel. For the color, this suede yoke features the famous dark mocha while the rest reveals, soberly, a combination of white and black.On a completely different note, the pair masterfully crafted by Ronnie Fieg is also promised a golden fate. All dressed in black, the adidas Yeezy Boost 700 Teal Blue stamped with the KITH logo is equipped with a superb low upper in traditional leather with which a side Swoosh contrasts with a translucent blue finish on the outside, and orange on the inside, for an asymmetrical look that's definitely very fashionable at the moment. This surprising duo of colors can be found on the label on the top of the lace tab.