We have already arrived at the last days of the Air Force 1 Low Miami Nights. Many great prizes have already been given away, but luckily there is still a lot to be won. Today you can win the Nike Air Max 90 LX "Green" with us, in collaboration with SneakerBAAS. In addition to this giveaway, SneakerBAAS has a 24-hour sale from December 22. During this sale you score 10% discount on everything with the code SJ10.The Nike Air Max 90 has been around since 1990 and has been an integral part of the street scene ever since. The "Radiant Red", or "Infrared" colorway, is still an absolute all-time favorite for many. After the thirtieth anniversary, many extra colorways have been released this year. We also saw many OG colorways return. 2020 was a great year for the Air Max 90.The NBA season is close to recovery and the teams know their equipment for this new season. Of course, on the Miami side, in addition to the so-called “classic” jerseys, the city jersey will take up the famous Miami Vice colors, with a new edition called “Vice-Versa”. Turquoise and magenta will therefore intersect on Butler's Heat jersey, but not only.
The Air Jordan 1 Mid 85 is a striking colorway on the classic model. On the side we see that use has been made of leopard print that is made of suede. The toebox has been given a green color and is made of tumbled leather, while the area around the ankle is made of green terry cloth. The mudguard and mudfoot are made of blue denim with the Swoosh made of pink TPU material. Volt details can be found on the eyelets, heel and area around the Air Unit. A nice detail is the "Have a Nike Day" flower that is placed on the tongue and insole of the sneaker. Looking at the sole it is white and it is combined with a volt pink outsole.The comeback of the Dunk High is undoubtedly one of the notorious events of this year 2020. With the return of the Iowa, Michigan colors, the drop of the Platinum and Spartan versions or the collaboration with Slam Jam, the Nike Dunk High had a great show and the year of it will end with a strong release. In collaboration with Nike, Bodega wanted to pay tribute to the youth who will in turn become a legend.
The Nike SB Dunk Low Court Purple was the first sneaker made for Michael Jordan and was designed by Peter C. Moore. The first colorway on the Air Jordan 1 High was the "Bred" colorway. This colourway was first seen on the Nike Air Ship, which was later banned by the NBA for lack of white on the sneaker. This all had to do with the 51% rule. This rule indicated that most of the sneaker should be white. After this happened, Moore came up with the "Chicago" and "Black Toe" colorway. From 1985 to 1986, different colorways came out for the Air Jordan 1 and the sneaker got its first retro releases in 1994. Today we see a new Air Jordan 1 released every month and we see OG colorways coming back every year.In the hometown of the Boston Red Sox, this collaboration takes on the meaning of a glove or a baseball. In an article available on the retailer's website, the concept goes further, since the latter is presented as a pair to be worn and passed on to new generations in the same way as a glove that is passed down from generation to generation.
The Air Jordan 35 combines the high top and low top by means of a zipper around the ankle. It is therefore easy to change models. Basketball player Ray Allen has shown a sneak peak of emerging colorways on the sneaker. The lower part of the sneaker is made of black and white leather. The part that you can zip off comes in a red, blue and yellow colorway. With all these colors you can play well and make the sneaker the way you want. The sneaker comes in different colors of laces that match the upper.This is the Nike Air Force 1 that will also take on the color of the Heat for an exclusive version, perfect to match with the jersey of the franchise NBA runner-up. We therefore find a low upper in grained leather, tinted black, which is contrasted by magenta and cyan details, in particular on the Swoosh, the tongue or on the heeltab. The color combo is also present on the midsole and on the outsole, in the form of a cyan icye sole.