We haven't seen any new releases of the Nike Air Force 1 Low DMP for a long time, rumors even circulated that the production of the sneaker had stopped. Fortunately, these rumors were not true and we can expand our collection with beautiful new Air Max 1's. The Air Max 1 first came out all the way back in 1987. This was the first sneaker to feature a visible Air Unit in the heel. The sneaker was designed by Tinker Hatfield who was declared crazy at the start of his idea. People said there was a hole in the sneaker and it would never be sustainable. Nothing could be further from the truth and 23 years later it is still one of the most popular models from Nike.However, the sole bears an even bigger secret. Replacing the usual PSI underneath is the phrase “The Truth Is In The Details,” a subtle addition that sets this apart from the OG.+3
The mudguard on the upper of the Air Jordan 3 sneaker is made of black suede while the mesh toebox and midsole contrast in white. A striking detail is the silver midfoot and heel, because these are made of satin. A brown color around the ankle and forefoot round off the sneaker. The heel of the sneaker does not have the normal Nike Air logo, but this time it has been replaced by a box containing “NIKE” and over it in a graffiti style “NIKE”. The sneaker is rounded off by a red midsole with speckles as a detail.As most of you probably know, this year we are celebrating the 30th anniversary of the Nike Air Max 90 shoes. It is undoubtedly one of the most important models standing on an exposed gas cushion. This cushion is devoted to the latest series "Air Content", which includes two colors of the above-mentioned model.A common feature of the presented editions are two themes.
The is a kind of Mens Air Jordan 11 on the side of the heel, which tells about the properties and characteristics of the said Air Max cushion. It is quite an unusual accent for this figure. The second characteristic element of these editions is the digital camouflage applied not only to the collar but also to the tongue.Now let's take a look at what lands on store shelves. One of the versions is based on shades of brown, black and dark gray. The second, in turn, is in much warmer colors, because the upper is ruled by shades of honey and brown, accompanied by blue. In both cases, the whole rests on light soles, and the upper is completed by unfinished sponge tongues and ripstop nylon on the toebox.Not only the Classic color schemes that Nike brought back to the shoe racks in recent months, but super collaborations with brands like Ben Jerry's or Grateful Dead Bears are also taken care of by the American giant and make the sneakerhead community back.
Of course, the revival of the Air Force 1 Shadow Triple Black has also extended to its Nike SB cousin thanks to iconic designs from this brand's heyday of skates on the feet of special, celebs. Especially Travis Scott.To help readers grasp more general information about the launch schedule of these super products Nike Dunk and Nike SB Dunk in 2020, let's bring together Sneaker Daily all the designs expected to be released this year below!Taking Sergio Lozano’s classic design, Denham has completely transformed the Nike Air Max 95 but kept its OG feel. Putting its spin on the iconic “Neon” colourway, Denham has applied denim all over the iconic running silhouette. Black, grey and cream denim all works together to create a luxury looking sneaker. The beige tongue replaces the traditional white version, with the tan heel tab featuring an embossed “Nike Air” logo for good measure. The finer details are what sets this AM95 apart though.