The Nike Dunk High Premium SB Pecan White is inspired by "Chicago" original shoes and will be released in 2021. This collaboration seems to be inspired by the 1985 All-Star Game and is called the "freeze" game. Certain elements on the shoes point directly to the Oriental jersey. Features a combination of white, university red, sail color and black. Look closely, this Air Jordan 1 looks exactly like the classic "Chicago" double, but the theme is luxurious. The red leather cover is covered with a subtle glitter to finish the cover. Next, we have a white leather base, black leather Swoosh logo and ankles. On the heel, we have the signature of Michael Jordan. Just above it, the Wings logo is black, while Nike Air protrudes on the tongue. The logo of the loot room is sewn on the insole, linking cooperation together. Finally, the translucent outsole displays blue and red stars, also connected to the 1985 All-Star Game.
Nike stood out for the first time in the 1985 high school dunk contest. In 2021, the color scheme will return. Each pair in "School Loyal to You" represents a different school. These two photos were designed for the University of Nevada in Las Vegas. Observe carefully, this Nike Dunk High Premium White Classic Green Radiant uses a combination of soft gray, college red and white. The bottom is highlighted with gray, while red leather decorates the overlay. In addition, the gray "Nike" appeared on the heel, and the red hit the tongue. Finally, they have a white midsole and a red rubber outsole to complete the look.
Nike Blazer Mid 77 Vntg College Grey Light Bone will be released in early 2021 and is one of the many colors in the women's series. Look closely, this Nike Dunk Low uses a simple black and white color scheme. In addition, it is based on white leather, while black covers the covering layer. In addition, black also covers the Swoosh logo and rubber outsole. Finally, the white design of the ankle and midsole completes the entire look. Once we have more information, we will make sure to update you. Now, scrolling through the other photos below will give you a closer look.