For Air Max 270, Having already delivered several collaborative Nike Air Force 1 Lows in the past few years including this summer’s “Lemonade” release, Virgil Abloh’s Off-White brand reportedly has more styles coming in 2022, but this time in the form of a mid.The Air Force 1 Mid is an entirely classic model, instantly identifiable even from a distance. Oddly, Abloh's take on the silhouette convolutes the iconic sneaker with fussy add-ons and detailing.
Two Off-White x Nike Air Force 1 Mids in the “White/Clear-White” and “Black/Clear-Black” makeups are coming early next year. you can expect each Nike Air Force 1 Mid to feature signature Off-White branding with unique detailing including spikes on the outsole and Air bubbles on the midsole.Throughout the upper, leathers are replaced for a texture-heavy synthetic that almost appears woven. A second lace unit accents atop in grey; the Swoosh is entirely see-through, almost invisible; and the heel/strap is covered in a grid pattern. And while these are mostly par for the course, the tooling is quite the opposite, opting for a warped exterior that’s overlaid with additional, multi-colored molds.
This Nike Dunk Low PRM Cheetah still delivers a bold style.in this 'Cheetah' version, the university hoops OG returns covered in crisp material overlays featuring suede and subtle cheetah prints while the modern footwear technology brings the design's comfort into the 21st century.“Canvas” shades proffer a light foundation on which the “Baroque Brown” Swoosh, heel tab, and lining can better display. Same can be said for the overlays, whose “Beach” suedes are lightly superimposed with a giraffe print. Slightly darker than the backdrop they dress, each of the added spots is a rather subtle addition that doesn’t distract in the way previous entries would.