With the advent of autumn,2021Sneakers has prepared their dark patches. The black and gray combination on the Jordan MA2 is reminiscent of the iconic "shadow" color scheme, and the silhouette of life continues its recent surge in new arrangements. The new style adheres to a leather-based structure, including a "flat tin" base and matte black covering. Several coats and ankles have chosen suede leather, which adds a sense of comfort suitable for the cold season. Keeping the true "shadow" shape, the usual smooth white appearance of the Nike Air Max 200's reminiscent sole has been replaced by the gray color. The asymmetrical tongue label and TPU label round out the appearance of these two tones, while providing some avant-garde MA2 styles.
This year has been flooded with some of the most fascinating concepts we have seen on dunks, Hey Dude Women's Shoes ,and 2021 will usher in another weird Nike dunk low focused on the upcoming winter. Featuring a velvety white appearance and matte silver, this upcoming version has various descriptions of children playing in the snow, sledding and sliding down the slopes in winter. Further added effects are white fur tongue, translucent ice outsole, and cold blue-green inner lining. What makes these SB Dunks quite unique is the obvious court clown theme of this release, as some participants seem to be wearing costumes suitable for the Renaissance Fair. Even the heels have colorful collars worn by jokers in the Middle Ages. A patch with the Chinese character "ice" can be seen on the insole, further obscuring the true theme behind this release.
Following her appearance at the Met Gala and the controversial award at the MTV Music Video Awards, Billie Eilish has aroused a lot of discussion. With the recent debut of her flying man Jordan 15, Sneakerheads2020 have also joined the discussion. And now, just a few hours later, the Jordan brand has added fuel to the fire, providing the artist's official image of the flying man Jordan 1 KO. Like AJ15, Billie Eilish x Air Jordan 1 KO provides a fairly simple, toned look. But this does not mean that this pair of shoes is completely low-key, because its canvas/leather uppers are completely worn "Barely Volt" (Barely Volt). Shoelaces, tools, Swoosh, and labels all follow exactly the same match, completing a simple color scheme, whose aesthetics reflect almost all black boxes. As a result, Eilish’s name designed the costume for the latter and the silhouetted insole, which complemented her personal logo sitting proudly on the tongue of the shoe.