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2020 Air Jordans will be releasing a brand new Dunk Low “Free 99” Pack in 2021 that adds to the already massive lineup for the new year.This Pack will feature two separate colorways that will take inspiration from the “What The” theme which showcases a mix-matched left and right pair for extra flair.The Nike Dunk Low SE Free 99 Pack will be constructed out of suede and will also be equipped with a furry sock liner. The right and left shoe in both packs will look different.The other rendition will then call for White/LtChoc which is expected to be a white leather base with Light brown Nike branding and different shades painting the overlays in “What The” fashion.
Nike Air Max 90 WMNS Cuban Link comes dressed in a Velvet Brown, Pink and Light British Tan color combination.This Nike Air Max 90 comes constructed in a mix of mesh, leather, and suede highlighted with Pink and Yellow Swooshes on the sides. Dreamy yellow branded tongues, translucent heel tabs, and a brown midsole round out the final details for this ladies exclusive. Yellow branded tongues, translucent heel tabs atop a muddy Brown midsole and Gum rubber outsole completes the design.
Jordans 2019 Shoes,The Japan-exclusive Air Jordan 1 “Midnight Navy” that released back in 2001 is set to make a return during the holiday season.Air Jordan 1 “Midnight Navy” comes dressed in a White, Midnight Navy and Metallic Silver color combination. Although early images of this rumored retro have not yet surfaced, the leaker accounts have has provided a mock-up to serve as a visual representation to the shoe.This Air Jordan 1 looks similar to the original pair featuring a White leather upper with Navy overlays, Silver Swooshes and Wings logo. A White midsole atop a Navy rubber outsole completes the design.And while Jordan Brand may tweak some of its branding, materials and quantities, this year’s retro will unquestionably be a history lesson for many and a notable nod to the next Summer Olympics’ host country.