The collaboration between 3 × 1 Denim and Nike, does it ring the return to the foreground of the Air Force 1 in jeans? Everything seems to believe it so. Especially since another collab with Levi's would be in the pipes for the end of the year. Let's go back to the one involving the brand specialized in made in USA. Its founder, Scott Morrison, worked with the famous Japanese manufacturer Kuroki. The result is Air Force 1 '07 Japanese selvedge denim existing in 3 shades: Stonewash Blue, Raw Indigo and Black Denim. The faded, raw and black fabrics dress not only the AF1's upper but also their inner lining. A great first according to Nike. The details are treated as for example the seams above the midsole. The red border means that we are dealing with Japanese cloth.
If the pair is already announced for several months, the Air Jordan 6 Paris Saint-Germain begins to unfold in detail and should be available this summer.The designers decided on a bold and asymmetric color scheme, which is divided along the axis of the upper. While the side of the shoe has a dominant white appearance, the medial side adopts several colors, from orange going up the gradient over the entire upper and purple on the side cage to green, blue and pink on details.
Since the release of the Air Jordan 6 Black Infrared UK last February, the sixth silhouette of the Royal Air Jordan lineage has been rather discreet, in addition to the upcoming release of the Air Jordan 6 "Reflections of a Champion". It is via several Chinese leaks that we now know a little more about the upcoming collaboration between Jordan Brand and Paris Saint-Germain.This Air Jordan 6 Paris Saint-Germain reveals an upper in black suede and anthracite gray. This dark upper is enhanced by Infrared keys, especially on the block laces, the jumpman or on a label with an inscription "Paname". Finally, the club logo of the capital black and anthracite gray appears on the heel tab. The sole work blends with the work of the upper since we find the two dark colors.No information on the retail price at the moment, however this Air Jordan 6 Paris Saint-Germain could deliver a little more information in the coming weeks. The pair should be available next August on the Nike Store and from a selection of dealers.The almost one-piece upper was made of mesh and neoprene, and the whole was put on a very comfortable React foam.
It’s normally a very hot topic that from adidas NMD R1 collectors which of the brand’s City Series collections sit at the top of the list, but more often than not its the European collection that has fans trawling through thrift stores and forums to try and find that limited-edition release from the series. Introduced throughout the 1970s/early 1980s, adidas Originals’ European City Series chronicled 24 cities throughout Europe, with each commemorative shoe characterised of by its own unique colourway. adidas recently revived the collection earlier in 2019, and now they’ve unearthed yet another ‘70s classic that lifts its name from the Swiss capital of Bern.