If the cooperation with Dior and the prosperous aftermarket after ESPN's "Last Dance" docu series reveal anything, it is that Air Jordan 1 is constantly breaking its previous success. Therefore, it is not surprising that Jordan’s 2021 release date, which has been teased,Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG White Orange Black is composed of various Peter Moore’s 35-year designs. Among them, a retro high OG iteration is packaged in the "white/orange/black" palette. While indulging in the tone of the "smashed rebounds" proposition, the upcoming pair arranges the three-color scheme in a refreshing way. The early model of the sneaker depicted a smooth leather upper, mainly dipped in "white"; Swoosh and overlays on a quarter of a foot and along the sides of the tongue, but broke their "black" preference for tone makeup . The "NIKE AIR" brand on the upper stitching, lining and tongue is different from the legendary low-key citrus color. It is said that the final product will have a metallic luster. Under the foot, the sole unit boasts a two-tone combination found in a similar color pair from 2015.

Similar to GEL Lyte III, Nike Air Max 90 will also end its anniversary with a loud noise. In addition to some long-awaited retro styles, its outline seems to be injected with a lot of new colors. It may be released before the end of this year. The Nike Air Max 90 Black White Hot Lime color scheme here highlights its tooling and accent, rather than the upper. The hot lime shading covers most of the lower midsole and only stays on the outer mold of the Air cushion; on the top, the same neon lights can be found on the side brand, Nike label and the entire weave of the tongue. Elsewhere, the mesh cloth and smooth leather structure were faded because their color became all black, while the adjacent part of the Swoosh logo formed a white contrast.

Since the Nike Air VaporMax debuted in mid-November, it has maintained a relatively calm state. However, its latest "wolf gray/white/anthracite/dark gray" color scheme is changing this situation. The Air Max 96 II vamp discarded the "black" hue arrangement of the hybrid model when it debuted, and instead adopted gray makeup. The breathable sole incorporates the "wolf gray" hue, while the mixed material overlay is in the tones of "white", "dark gray" and "anthracite". On the soles of the feet, Nike Sportswear’s experimental plan uses a sturdy sole unit to pay tribute to the Air Max Plus series, while pushing the VaperMax cushioning system into the future. Most of the supporting structure between the upper and the outsole has a rustic design, and the pod-like technology has been transformed to help create a smoky beauty.