For Air Max 270, An ode to the silhouette’s OGs, this remixed offering directly pays homage to the “Cherry” colorway MJ frequently wore during the 1996-97 season. But while that may be the case, the blocking here is entirely unique, living up to the “Twist” namesake. Instead of flaunting the same bright mudguard and sole, the pair lightens the “University Red” tone’s load, only making use of it atop the metallic fixtures. The rest of the construction leans much closer to its inspiration despite the more abundant use of white neutrals.
This Air Jordan 12 Twist projects a subtle take on the classic Chicago Bulls color palette.his impending iteration bears premium leather uppers and scaly forefoot overlays, all of which are drenched in pure white. Chicago-inspired accents are shown off through the metallic red accents that coat the eyelets and lower mid-foot’s branded panel as well as the red branding on the heel’s branded banners and “23” embellishments. Black notes also get thrown into the mix by backdropping the aforementioned banner and drenching the interior lining and tongue’s signature “TWO3” embroidery. Outsoles are predominantly presented with more white, but feature stark black chevron-patterned traction in the forefoot and heels along with red Jumpman logos that poke out towards the toe.
This Nike Air Force 1 '07 LV8 ND Low Have a Nike Day comes dressed in a White and Black theme while the second features shades of Pink. Both feature a large smiley face on the lateral side, close to the heel while “Have A Nike Day” lands on the tongue. Playing off a retro graphic from the ’70s, the Nike Air Force 1 ’07 LV8 ND begs you to “Have a Nike Day” with playful smiley graphics and a clean aesthetic.At the heart of Nike’s Air Force 1 phenomenon is the OG self-proclaimed minimalist designer, Bruce Kilgore. He would go on to create the legendary Air Force 1 shoe, a centerpiece for Nike. The original AF1 design has been modified over the years, this time with a February 2019 monochrome, white-on-white comeback.