The CT4838-004 Air Jordan 5 Racer Blue

The CT4838-004 Air Jordan 5 Racer Blue


First teased at the end of June 2021, the Air Jordan 5 "Racing Blue" finally arrives via official images ahead of its February 12 release date. When combining the model's famous "stealth" and "Oreo" colorways, a mix is ​​reminiscent, New Drop Jordans and the upcoming sneaker indulges in a mostly "black" suede construction. Signature mesh profile windows and reflective top tongues deviate from their stealthy surroundings in shades of silver, the latter components also featuring the tone detailed in the title "Blue Racing." The Jumpman logo on the back features a slightly lighter variant of the aforementioned blue, while the midsole and branding are visible through the translucent tread, returning to a rich hue reminiscent of the "royal" Air Jordans' past. Back in 2021, the rug company debuted their first Nike Slam Dunk High collaboration. Like their 1-on-1 t-shirts and boards, the shoes feature a loud, heavy print aesthetic that incorporates a variety of themes, symbols and languages. Their latest take on the same silhouette is quite different, however, instead opting to build on the BTTYS bag's "Syracuse" colorway. The Carpet Company's dunk-high actually cuts pretty close to the pair it mimics. Whether it's color blocking or color, the shoes are indistinguishable at a very, very quick glance. But if you look closely, you'll see that the dark orange leather overlay on each panel has been badly frayed, replaced by a lighter shade underneath. This warm, slightly yellowish color is painted on the collar, and possibly the tongue tag, suggesting there may be more to the story.

Paul George has seen his Los Angeles Clippers go 5-9 since the end of December due to injury. His absence clearly affects their chances in the playoffs, especially given the injury status of his teammate Kawhi Leonard, who unfortunately may not be available for the rest of the season. Still, Newly Jordans intends to follow the release schedule with the PG 6 signature shoe, the sixth entry in Paul George's popular sneaker line. One of the advantages of the PG line is of course the buffer unit. The PG 6 features an all-new design as it appears to be similar to the lifestyle shoes from the ISPA/React line, with the React foam sole featuring a translucent rubber overlay. Paul's logo is enlarged and embedded in the bottom bracket section, while his signature appears on the tongue pull tab. The upper is a fairly simple pack of lightweight mesh material that adds a locked base lace. Delicate toe boxes are without any superfluous design touches and options, clean toes will look pop and different colors should be added. According to reports, the Nike PG 6 was originally slated for a January 13 release, but those release dates are currently being pushed back indefinitely. For now, take a peek at the bright crimson color and we'll let you know when these arrive in stores.

Since the 1972 Munich Olympics saw the debut of the Cortez running shoe, Nike has showcased their most innovative products on the world stage.New Release Yeezy ,At this year's Beijing Winter Olympics, the brand continued to push the envelope, incorporating inclusive design principles and feedback from the disabled community. "As a winter athlete, I love how these elements are designed and what they are used for," said 10-time Paralympic medalist Oksana Masters. “These garments are thoughtful not only in design, but also in execution. I’m grateful for the opportunity to be a thought partner with Nike in the process.” Specifically, the Metal Stand garments embrace the DNA of FlyEase footwear , and apply it to jackets, pants, etc., all of which have better adjustability and are easy to "on/off/on/off". On their feet, the athletes wear Nike's ACG Gaiadome, which is made exclusively for the team and will not be retailed. As far as its practicality is concerned, the shoe is like the aforementioned piece, implementing a zippered rear entry and a tie-free, switching lacing system. That's all affixed to a GORE-TEX upgraded upper, whose grey, red and blue colorway appears to mimic astronaut gear.