In February of this year, before the start of his Super Bowl LIV halftime show, J Balvin and NIKE, Inc. finally started their eye-catching New Jordan collaboration on December 8. Whether it is a quick and thorough glimpse, Columbian artist Michael Jordan's first signature sneaker is different from any retro in the past, this is design. Balvin said: "I am thinking about how to have a disruptive (Jordan 1).". But even if the creator of "Migent" simply added subtle changes to the beloved silhouette, his collaboration with the Jordan brand is worth mentioning because he is the first Latin American artist to collaborate with the company. The uppers of this pair of shoes are made of canvas. The canvas is dipped in a rainbow-colored palette and appears to be trimmed randomly. However, the rounded ankle flaps and jagged edges represent Balvin's energy. Elsewhere, the artist’s smiley face logo replaced the standard trapeze brand on the left shoe tongue; it also appeared in patch form, provided with interchangeable Jumpman, basketball, and lightning bolt options, allowing the wearer to be uniquely Express oneself. Around this pair, the sole unit chose an unusual pink arrangement to further inspired Balvin's design method and the names of his last two albums: "Color" and "Vibration".
Although sneakerheads are generally determined to avoid wear and degradation, some recent versions have begun to encourage it. From the double-layer structure of CLOT x Air Force 1s to the heavy canvas of Travis Scott’s Dunk Low pattern, Nike has been at the forefront of this movement. When GRs showed this exhausting Air Max 1, Nike has been walking at The forefront of this movement. At a glance, these shoes deceive the typical triple white color scheme. Throughout the leather toes, middle plate, and heel, small cracks or fading of white waving. However, their edges subtly hint at the things below, because each color is a soft and warm tone, not much different from the United Airlines Air Jordan 1s. Over time, all of this will become clearer, except for the toe, upper, tongue and tooling, everything will be covered by a soft orange.
This Nike Air Fear of God 1 color code was initially released as part of its Holiday 2020 series. No preview has been released yet, and it is now officially available through the Instagram store. Brand founder Jerry Lorenzo delved into the origin of this color scheme on Instagram. He revealed that only 100 pairs were produced, and about half of them were distributed to brand employees (contrary to the expected relatives and friends agreement). Today, the rest of "Fear of God 1" will be released at 3 pm Eastern Time, and most likely will not be released elsewhere, so you can imagine that these will be the exclusive and attractive color palettes he desires board. This color was compared to the "problem" iteration, but this time there was a black toe box opposite to the latter cream. In fact, Jerry revealed that this color block is the original concept for the first launch of "Air Fear Of God 1" later in 2018.