During the 33 years of its launch, Air Jordan 4 has appeared in several retro styles inspired by tradition. However, its children's exclusive "Where The Wild Things Are" color scheme departs from any tradition of the Chicago Bulls or Jumpman, and instead adopts a playful and experimental style. This sneaker will go on sale in the United States tomorrow, November 5th, and will be available in elementary, pre-kindergarten and toddler sizes. The uppers of these three pairs of shoes are made of synthetic leather "pearl white" makeup, while the neon green and "gym red" near the uppers provide a vivid lace shield for the upper and the iconic ankle flap. The contrast of "Dark Driftwood" runs through the upper and lower halves, paying tribute to the creatures of Morris Sendak's 1963 Children's Book Center. Finally, faux fur covers the top of the tongue, collar panels and lining, adding to this dreamy suit.
As the Air Jordan 1 continues to pay tribute to the original color scheme of #23's first signature sneaker, it also appears in the eye-catching modern proposition. Example: Children's cream and gray options suitable for autumn. Like other footwear products prepared by NIKE, Inc. for cold weather, this new pair of shoes uses non-standard canvas and suede uppers. The former material creates tannin tones, while the fluffy fabric provides reinforcement for the toes, tongue and entire heel. Profile swooshes also has a light gray suede makeup, the neckline lining and the brand on the tongue follow the color instead of the material. At the foot, this shoe style similar to Nike Dunk uses a "colorless" midsole and a fan's favorite light-colored plastic brown outsole to add icing on the cake for autumn outfits.
Earlier this afternoon, Air Jordan 1 appeared in a color scheme reminiscent of Dunk Low "Ceramic". Here, another silhouette—this time Waffle One—seems to pay tribute to the "Ugly Duckling" bag. An orange is at the helm. Feeling a little burnt, this color is applied to each overlay to visually separate the suede from the base underneath. The latter itself uses a slightly translucent grid pattern synthetic material, highlighted in the same bright green, which complements the slightly darker tones of the decorative tongue and laces. More importantly, some of its stitches were dyed black to match the Swoosh and the adjacent tread.
In the past month, the Air Jordan 12 has appeared an impressive number of times, with the iconic "Barcelona" print, platform soles, and even a flipped version of its original Travis Scott color scheme. Here, this pair of shoes hope to iterate on another product that Nike released in the past: Dunk Low "Ceramic". A bright orange similar to the above-if not just a little brighter-can dye many suede overlays. The laces are then colored to match, while the tread underneath loosely complements its chewing gum finish. Elsewhere, the typical leather structure of the sole was replaced with canvas, retaining the light cream color as a neutral companion to the warm colors mentioned above, and the dark olive color of Swoosh, Jumpman and lining.