New Released Undefeated Nike Air Force 1 5 On It DM8462-400

New Released Undefeated Nike Air Force 1 5 On It DM8462-400

After Undefeated Nike Air Force 1 5 On It, Sneaker Freaker announces the release of “SOLED OUT”, a new book on sneaker culture.On November 29, 2018, Sneaker Freaker released “the Ultimate Sneaker Book”, a book dealing with sneaker culture through pairs more iconic than each other. Today, the famous Australian magazine is back to announce the release of a new book, still on sneaker culture but this time dealing with the mythical advertising campaigns surrounding the release of the pairs stored in our closet. This 720-page oversized new book compiles 900 ads and describes itself as a sneaker marketing manual.
The project operating under the name Jordan MA2 Red White Gum and based on the Nike Dunk High model after the "Red" and "Black" versions, serves us the "Orange" option. Of course, you will find out through this entry.At the outset, it should be noted that the Danes described here were marked with the year 1985. Yes, this is the year when this model was created, but it is about something more. Designers from Swoosh's stable decided to recreate the upper from the mid-1980s. This is best seen where the shoe line is not vertical, but bends towards the collar. In addition, the shape of the sole has been slightly changed.Moving on to the visual issues, the hero of this post is based on a beige-yellow shade that dominates almost the entire leather upper of the shoe. However, pay attention to the heel, the binding area and the frame of the toebox because that's where the most going. You will notice orange-blue discoloration there, like what bleach causes. The yellow and orange sole completes the thoughts of designers. All this will be packed in a special box.
The adidas ZX 2K Boost New Sale's archives are full of references ready to make a comeback to prove their timelessness. Recently, it was the Forum that made its comeback, with its retro colourways and perfectly executed collaborations, including those of Bad Bunny. Now it's the legendary adidas EQT running range that is back. This range, which saw the light of day in the early 90s, springs from the minds of Robert Strasser and Peter Moore, who is none other than the creator of the Air Jordan 1 High. To attack the 90s, adidas ordered from the duo an innovative line, devoid of the superficial, aimed at performance and quality of equipment. EQT was born in 1991 with a color code and a simple material mix and sober branding. In 1993, the adidas EQT Running Support 93 was released, a true benchmark of the range.For this anniversary, the Running Support 93 or the CSG Equipment 91 will be part of their “OG” colors and collaborations, and will be accompanied by a prototype of the time, never seen before. This Equipment Prototype will be released in its OG colourway and via a long-awaited collaboration with Solebox. As for the rest, we will find long-time partners of the German brand including Overkill, Footpatrol, Extra Butter, Hanon or Commonwealth.


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