Air Jordan 13 “Dark Powder Blue” 414571-144 will be released on September 18
New Jordan 2020, The Air Jordan 13 “Dark Powder Blue” is the closest match to its own “University Blue” color. Just like its more popular similar products-such as AJ4, AJ1, etc.-this version will also be available in full children’s sizes. Fortunately, there was not much loss in the transition process. In particular, the GS size is exactly the same as the original, with classic ripples and knurled leather in white and navy respectively. The size and clarity of the holographic logo is also similar to that of an adult. However, this does not apply to the PS and TD options, which have simpler spheres and carry the more common Jumpman branding. However, in other places, the building replicates its taller siblings as much as possible.
2021 brought many retro models-in the case of Jordan Brand, Air Jordan 5 is in a leading position to a large extent. With the re-release of “Toro Bravo” (or favorite “Raging Bull”), the silhouette will also return in “Oreo”. Although it is officially called “Moonlight”, the color scheme is almost a copy of the original. The suede wraps the upper in a deep black, contrasting with the bright white midsole and adjacent lining. Then, the cage provides a similar light but blue feel, which better complements the cold bottom of the feet. Finally, the model’s tooth signature was embellished with true OG fashion, earning the beloved “Oreo” nickname that has been echoing for years.
Retro Jordan 2021, The female Air Jordan 4 “Shimmer” debuted in mid-December 2020 and will finally be released in the United States tomorrow September 3. Although this pair is (understandably) compared to Off-White’s “Sail” collaboration in July 2020, the newer vintage collection draws inspiration from the neutral palette. To this end, this 32-year-old design has redesigned its synthetic leather, mesh panelling and translucent plastic parts to present the iconic monochromatic “shimmer” hue. In addition, the soft Jordan shoes will only be available in women’s sizes, just like the Virgil Abloh shoes mentioned earlier. The white and “metallic silver” accents throughout the shoe provide some contrast, but they can’t escape the prominence of the main tone.
Nike By Nike SB Dunk, released in early 2021, made Dunk fans crazy, although the color options still have many shortcomings. Swoosh is definitely ready to provide some better designs with the upcoming Nike By You Dunk High, which will be released soon at around $140. This time the color swatches are much more extensive, and the elbow space can create some classic college-style color schemes (although the white base is suede, not leather). Of course, you can be completely unaffected by color choices. But from January 2021 to now, many things have happened. Specifically, Nike released the Dunk Drops onslaught, which may affect the overall demand for Nike By You Dunk High. Yes, it will be sold out soon.