2021 Easter-Themed Air Jordan 1 Zoom CMFT Get Light Pastels Cover


2021 Easter-Themed Air Jordan 1 Zoom CMFT Get Light Pastels Cover

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In a few months, New Jordan will start Easter celebrations ahead of schedule, dressing up their relatively new Air Jordan 1 Zoom CMFT as a palette suitable for the annual egg hunt. It can be accurately said that this color is inspired by the egg itself, because similar pastels are used extensively throughout the building. Under the cushion, a slightly yellowish leather lays the foundation, allowing the pink toes/eyes to stand out, similar to light purple and mint green, wearing forefoot and heel, respectively. Elsewhere, along the indented mesh Swoosh logo, sunken wings, laces and tongue tags, black adds further contrast, while white shading covers the opaque finished tread.
Nike Air Force 1 has mastered the art of providing styles for all tastes at the same time, because it seems to use more experimental designs to set off every simple and timeless arrangement. The latter category recently added a name tag to its roster to remind people of ensemble. Like the previous iteration of Bruce Kilgore's design in 1982, the blend of "white" and "university red" occupies the iconic upper and sole, and the low-key tone lays the foundation for bold tones. The Swoosh logo on the side is different from the duo with black outlines—probably inspired by Charpy markers; the word "HELLO" on the side heels also uses the same hue, but is embroidered on the panel. Internet social greetings also appear on the insole, but it appears on the tongue, reproducing the two-tone name tags commonly used in meetings and other professional social occasions.
New Drop Jordans has been busy since early 2021. In addition to the upcoming products, the brand is still preparing for many outstanding products in the second half of 2020. In the top-level collaboration and Jordan-inspired color scheme, we will definitely see the Porsche 917/20 inspired SB Dunk Low "Pink Pig" soon. And with official pictures just surfaced, this is even more likely to be the case. In terms of design, this pair of shoes started with a simple full suede, a very visually high-quality texture. This material extends from the bottom to the overlay, eye pads, and even Swoosh, and all panels further emphasize the red contrast bar. The latter shadow also marks the Nike brand behind the heel label and in front of the mesh tongue. Its usage is very similar to the decal of the same Porsche. What makes the dunk low is the lack of the number "23", which proudly adorns the hood and sides of the car.

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