As Newly Jordans continues to penetrate the sneaker wish list and rotations everywhere, it seems to be exploring every color of the rainbow through its original two-tone, university-inspired arrangement. Peter Moore's 36-year-old iconic design combines deep red tones with white in its latest claim. Although there is news that this color is called "Bordeaux", this pair of shoes is more like another "team red" style of the Swoosh series, because the purple hue most often associated with the Air Jordan 7 is rarely used. In addition, this low top will match the high before mocking Nike for dunks. The nominal red color covers the signature coverage of all models, as well as the outsole and "Nike" tongue label. Between the panel and the components, then, choose a simple "colorless" makeup that allows the aforementioned hue (Bordeaux" or "team red") to revel in the spotlight.


Buy Jordan 2021 Rumors came out for the first time in November 2020 that a flying man Jordan 6 "Bordeaux" will finally be released in early September. Although the retro style of "black/light graphite/dark gray/Bordeaux" is undoubtedly designed for the 30th anniversary celebration of this model, historically, the nominal color has always been the same as the direct successor of the design: Air Jordan 7 linked together. Similarly, Michael Jordan's sixth iconic sneaker uses a large piece of soft fabric on the iconic upper. The gray arrangement occupies most of it, while the wine-like "Bordeaux" tone blends in the tongue and sports car-style heel. The upcoming children’s version of Jordan shoes features random geometric patterns on the tip of the tongue as a selling point, but the smallest proposal abandons orange lace buttons and airbags on the soles of the feet. However, these two options have further consolidated the legacy of No. 23 and his sneakers.

Latest Jordan 2020 Although the foliage of the East Coast has not changed, the major players in the sports shoe field have begun to comb the shoes, and we may want to break the match with the foliage of New York. Among them, Nike has previewed the "marijuana" accent covered by Nike Air Max BW. Although its iconic detail is the "big window" of the sole, this decades-old design also uses an iconic mixed material arrangement that allows for eye-catching color blocks. The grid bases and their suede and leather covers disperse the tones of the aforementioned tones, as well as the popular "Cream II" and "White". The outline, collar area and ribbon details on the top of the large Air Max body provide a brown hue, suitable for any layered clothing you wear when the temperature drops. The outsole abandoned any seasonal colors in favor of a proven, traditional black makeup look.