Cadysneaker continue to clear the Dunks inventory on the Nike market, there is really no reason for this brand to stop as many color matching as possible. Although a lot of focus has been on the brand's collaboration with the NBA and Gundam, Swoosh is now turning our attention to its GR family to reveal the latest Nike Dunk High "Black/Hyper Royal" makeup. From a distance, these shoes may look like simple two-tones, but they have subtle design furniture that makes them stand alone. Let's start with the main details, okay? The shoes are mainly finished with smooth black leather, forming the toe box, forefoot, buttocks and collar, while the "super royal" hue is covered by the flaps, low heels, the inside of the tongue and Swooshes around the side. Two sets of patterns then ushered in more fancy, the first is a black and gray camouflage sitting on the cover closest to the throat, while the reflective grid pattern follows suit and decorates the tongue.
Since the joint release of the product in 2015, Kanye West and 2021 Yeezy Boost have assembled a variety of shoe models, but if you want to boil them all down to one style, it must be Adidas YEEZY BOOST 350 V2. This is the most prolific silhouette Ye created. Almost every color scheme is sold out. In 2022, Adidas will launch the new blue Adidas YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 "MX" color scheme. Similar to YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 "MX Rock" and YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 "MX Oat", this upcoming product uses a PrimeKnit upper made of marble. In these lifestyle sneakers, light slate blue, dark blue and cream tones are intertwined to form a larger spectrum. The middle stripe is divided into three panels, the outside is light blue, and the middle is a dark brown net. The ribbed midsole supporting the BOOST buffer unit is an ice blue outer layer.
It has been three years since ACRONYM and New Air Force 1 released the last three Air Presto Mids, but after previewing several samples of the new Swoosh team, the two companies seem to want to reunite and launch more products to the public. One of them will be ACRONYM x Nike Blazer Low, which recently appeared on the sole of the brand's chief designer Errolson Hugh for the first time at Paris Fashion Week. So far, only a close-up of this pair of shoes has appeared on the Internet, but all its eye-catching details are clearly visible. The upper is made of black canvas material, but it is pre-treated before arrival and has a white layer underneath. More black marks appeared on the entire throat, shoelaces and tongue, the latter with the "ACRONYM" symbol written in graffiti font under the traditional Nike logo. On the back of the shoe, there is an aggressive dress, the color is "lemon venom" and white, and it is fastened with silver bolts.