First Look at the New Releasing CLOT x Air Jordan 5 Low

First Look at the New Releasing CLOT x Air Jordan 5 Low

Continuing its legendary relationship with Cadysneaker , CLOT is now rumored to release an Air Jordan 5 low collaboration. The upcoming team is either to end the year or to start a new year. The upcoming team is the streetwear brands Air Jordan 14 Low "Terracotta" and Air Jordan 35 "Warrior Jade" that I saw earlier this year. After the release. The Jordan brand's AJ5 low model is characterized by a black matte base that emphasizes red socks pads and laces. Additional details come from 3M's reflective tongue, jade ring and matching lace lock. The form of the brand includes the Jumpman pattern on the tongue, the CLOT logo on the tail, the Chinese "23" on the heel and the printed insole. The air assists the design of the spotted shark teeth black midsole and jade tone translucent rubber outsole.

After a series of early images, 2021 Yeezy Boost have the release date of the Adidas YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 "White Whale Reflective". As an update to the popular "Beluga" color scheme released in September 2016, the upcoming color scheme uses high-visibility 3M elements to provide reflective quality. The upper part of the shoe is gray Primeknit, decorated with bright "sun red" side stripes, in contrast to the "SPLY-350" mark. The additional branding is in the form of a three-striped pattern on the insole and printed insole. The overall design of the shoe is a full-length encapsulated BOOST sole unit, expressing a translucent gray tone. Priced at $220, the Adidas YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 "Beluga Reflective" is now expected to be released in a full family size run on December 18.

Nike seems to be preparing for its debut in the meta universe, and this week applied for several new trademarks for the launch of the brand's virtual sneakers and apparel. In a document submitted to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office this week,Dr Martens Boots ,the company listed several of its trademarks, including Air Jordan’s "Jumpman," and registered them as "downloadable virtual goods," That is, computer programs featuring shoes, clothing, headwear, glasses, bags, sports bags, backpacks, sports equipment, art, art, etc., "toys and accessories used in the Internet and the virtual world." "Other logos include Nike’s swoosh, the “Just Do It” slogan and the SNKRS app logo. Although Nike has not specified its plans for registered trademarks of virtual goods, the company may be preparing to release a version for Meta Universe. Sneakers NFTs. Earlier this month, Nike released two new job applications for virtual shoes and virtual material designers. According to the job description, the company is looking for someone who "uses 3D tools to create and visualize innovative virtual material concepts." These positions will be the responsibility of the company's digital product creation team, which focuses on what Nike calls the "digital and virtual revolution."

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