Adding the latest kids lineup of new Air Jordan 1 Low colorways, Latest Jordan UK reveals another new makeup detailed with color-shifting Metallic Gold panels.For its latest proposition, Peter Moore’s 36-year-old design has surfaced in a “White/Black” arrangement accompanied by color-shifting “Metallic Gold” panels at the mid-foot.Air Jordan 1 Low "Metallic Gold" features a White leather base with a Black toe box, Swooshes, laces, liner, Jumpman tongue logo, Wings logo, and rubber outsole.Akin to previously-seen iterations of itself or the near-identical Nike Dunk Low, the majority of the smooth leather upper boasts a two-tone makeup. Gold color-shifting panels atop a White midsole completes the design.Underlays at the mid-foot, however, introduce shimmering flair into the mix, transitioning from gold to shades of blue and green depending on the lighting conditions and angle at which they’re viewed. Branding throughout the low-top Air Jordan 1 forgoes any eye-catching finish in favor of their surroundings’ “yin-and-yang” color palette. Sole units follow suit.
The Air Jordan 1 Low OG Neutral Grey will be releasing as part of Jordan Brand’s Spring/Summer 2021 lineup.The latest reports that the Jordan 1 Low OG is finally returning since its first relaunch in 2015. While the low-top Jordan 1 has delivered off-court appeal since 1985, its recent iterations have forgone original form. Air Jordan 1 Low OG “Neutral Grey”Dressed in a White, Neutral Grey, and Particle Grey color scheme. Next year’s rumored spring-friendly “Neutral Grey” and “Ghost Green” duo bring back “NIKE AIR” branding on the tongue instead of donning Jumpman logos; “23” text is also omitted at the laces. Wings insignias on the full-leather Jordan 1 Low OG are placed higher at the heel than on more recent pairs of the silhouette, and printed, not embroidered.This Air Jordan 1 Low features a White leather base with added Grey suede overlays, unlike the 1985 original and 2015’s Europe-exclusive retro release. A White midsole atop a Grey rubber outsole completes the design. Initial mock-ups of these two releases don’t depict a notable change in shape, but that may change once official images of both pairs surface given February’s return-to-OG-form of Michael Jordan’s first signature shoe.To make sure you stay in the 2021Sneakers know of all Nike releases here at as we'll be the first to let you in the know.
2021 Yeezy Boost ,The adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 “Mx Oat” is the latest release to feature the new “MX” pattern that has also been used on the “MXT Moon Gray” and “MX Cream Clay” Foam Runner colorways, as well as the “MX Rock” Yeezy Boost 350 V2 colorway.The latest version to be unveiled by YEEZY MAFIA is the adidas YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 “MX Oat” which is expected to hit the shelves later this Fall.the adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 features a Buttery Yellow Primeknit upper covered in a swirling pattern of Orange, Blue, and Golden Yellow tones.Like the previously seen “MX Rock” rendition, this impending installment opts to go for the marbled PrimeKnit upper build. Swirled into its base layer knittings is an amalgamation of fiery orange, blue and yellow accents, making for one of the most wildly styled colorways we’ve seen to this day. Other details includes a translucent stripe on the lateral side along with a pull tab on the heel. The pull tab that’s stationed out back and the laces are both dyed with more yellow skins. BOOST-stuffed midsoles are surrounded by the traditional ribbed shell, Sunglass hut and this piece is also dripped entirely with a faint yellow tone.A translucent Boost-cushioned sole completes the design.