Nike continues to commit to the Air Jordan 1 Yellow Ochre by unveiling its brand new eco-friendly design project that will drop in August.Climate standards are changing and OEMs are increasingly being pushed towards the path of eco-responsibility. This is the clear and readable path chosen by Nike, which unveils a new eco-responsible pack with the Recycled Canvas pack, after the Vapormax 2020 or the Space Hippie pack. Here we find a durable design with upper craftsmanship made with at least 20% recycled materials or other Flyleather Swoosh and backtabs, made from at least 50% leather fibers. This desire for sustainable design can also be seen on the insoles and on the foams of the tabs.
The Mens Jordan 11 High Cool Grey was first released in 1992. The model designed by Tinker Hatfield is brought back this year in a black and gray colorway. When you can expect the "Nike Air Raid OG" Black / Gray "is still unknown, but we expect this pair this year.The Nike Air Raid has seen several colorways in recent years. In addition, the sneaker has also been taken care of by, for example, Jerry Lorenzo from FOG. The sneaker is super tight but has a playful twist because of the strips that can be seen on the upper.The upper of this sneaker consists of different materials. For example, leather and mesh can be seen. The gray toebox and the white midsole complete the sneaker. What immediately stands out are the gray strips that are placed over the laces. Velcro can be seen on the side of the sneaker. The Nike branding can be seen on the tongue.
The New Jordan 1 Mid UNC has already seen quite a few makeovers this year. From a striking color palette to a minimalist colorway. Now the sneaker appears in a characteristic Safari print. And this is not the first time we see a Safari print on an Air Max.Earlier we also saw the Air Max 1 and the Air Safari get a makeover in a Safari print. This colorway on the iconic sneakers was highly sought after and sold out in no time. Now it's the turn of the Air Max 90.The mudguard on the sides has been given a black color, just like the perforated toebox. In contrast to the mudguards, the overlays have a more striking look, namely a black / gray dot pattern. This is contrasted with a white Swoosh. To give some extra life, they have opted for orange details, on the eyestays, branding and the sole. The midsole is processed in a black color, while it is orange in color around the Air Unit.
Nike revives the Andre Agassi range of the 90s. The Air Jordan 11 is one of the centerpieces of this collection marketed for the US Open 2020. The Hot Lava gradient by the Air Tech Challenge 2, the burning ball (or flaming ball), the geometric patterns, bring us back to the time when the Kid of Las Vegas reigned on the courts. Nike plays on the nostalgic fiber. Once again, this should hit the mark. I feel that some are going to redo the exploits of the most rock 'n' roll of tennis players. Those on the clay court of Roland Garros or the ground of Flushing Meadows. If you have an Agassi tennis polo shirt in your closet, the Air Zoom GP Turbo White Hot Lime Neo Turquoise Solar Red gives you the opportunity to take it out again. The Challenge Court 2020 collection includes clothing in the same vintage spirit that I cannot recommend enough.