Air Force 1 fly knitting is back. After its debut in 2019, it seems to disappear immediately, the second edition of the beloved knitted air force is back, this time sports recycled materials join Swoosh's growing "crater" series. In the past few years, Nike Air Force1 07 Mid Grey Silver Reflective Light has been the backbone of the brand’s lineup, and is loved by its classic appearance and ever-changing colors. This week, Swoosh showed off its new color scheme for Air Force 1 Fly Knit 2.0. Since its launch in early 2019, the silhouette has been far from the spotlight. The second version of the legendary Nike sneaker is equipped with a new knit pattern for the upper part of the AF1, and this "Crater" iteration ensures that the threads used are at least partially made from recycled materials, if not all. Midsole sports Nike’s new crater foam rubber, mixed ground shoes and Nike ground rubber, rainbow color scheme rounds out a new design.

The Jordan brand will move forward at full speed into the new year, and we have just received another leaked Nike Air Max 97 Pendleton by You Wine Red Black Olive for Sale high, which will make you look forward to 2021 and even more. Take a look at the upcoming Jordan Air 1 high OG "Bordeaux", arriving in the fall of 2021. Just like a nice glass of Brdo wine, Jordan Air 1 high OG arrived with a refreshing take. Although the color has been used in other silhouettes before, Jordan Air 1 High has not been used to the burgundy shades like other sneakers, but hey, in 2021, why not? Air Jordan 1 is officially positioned in Bordeaux, white and metallic silver, and is expected to use white leather panels on the toes, side panels, tongue and ankles, while displaying Bordeaux on toes, forefoot, tail of eyes and heel coverings. For further design, we also expect metallic silver to shine in the Nike Swoosh brand. The white midsole and dark colored Bordeaux rubber jacket will end the new look.

For the perfect Easter Sunday, Nike has a special Nike SB Dunk Low OG QS Light Grey Dark Blue White, which will be released as a holiday, combining a combination of pastel Easter theme colors. Recently, we have seen the reappearance of the holiday theme of Nike's ace, and Easter, it seems to be a cold one. Valentine's Day and St. Patrick's Day have abandoned the reproduction of multiple silhouettes, and more colorful offerings have surfaced for Easter, which is a great holiday sport for some seasonal kicks. This Air Max 95 adopts the usual design, with splits, mesh, leather and suede, all appearing on the upper part of densely populated multi-material. Although lavender is the main color used throughout the silhouette, soft pink, yellow, and blue tones are added through the overlay system. Green pop is added to the lace system and tongue brand, while the white midsole and natural air unit and rubber outsole complete the new changes.