There is an interesting story connected with this Nike Dunk Low White Paisley. The variant was officially released in 2004, but the premiere was eventually put on hold and a small number of couples (12) found their way to friends and family. Four versions of 500 each were to appear on store shelves. One - white and pink version - was designed by Fujiwara with a fragment of Design. The second - in black and blue - was designed by Steven Smith, the man responsible for the Reebok InstaPump Fury and Nike Zoom Air Spectrum. Two other couples were also seen in promotional material prior to the proposed release, but it is the Fujiwara and Smith couples who are by far the most mentioned.The icon designed by Yuko Shimizu appears on almost every part of the shoe. The structure of the neoprene upper has been dyed blue and covered with the face of the fairy-tale heroine. Added to this is a white cage with eyelets for laces and a heel casing. Interestingly, the last element has a mustache, eyes and a bow placed enough. How cute ?! Moreover, the inlay features a landscape of lush greenery and rainbow, further mimicking the world of Sanrio.
The New Jordans Release UK is essentially a lifestyle take on the iconic Air Jordan 1 model. The sneaker features a fairly stealthy design, as it features an all-black satin-like nylon construction that offers excellent weather resistance. The highlight is removable storage pockets on the back and pockets on the side panels that also feature the signature Swoosh branding. Finally, infrared pull tabs, a Sail midsole and a black rubber outsole complete the design.Amy Ellington Gunther is a pioneer. A woman who owns a skate shop is rare enough to point it out. Open since 2001, KCDC has managed to establish itself in a world where men are omnipresent. The New Yorker deserves her collaboration. Why is the Nike SB Dunk High Pro QS x KCDC 20th Anniversary pink?
With 2022 Jordan 11 CMFT Low Concord, the rising silhouette comes to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Brooklyn skate shop. It is adorned with a suede upper mixing two pink shades, contrasted by black accents on the leather swoosh, laces, lining and midsole. We find the KCDC logo on the heeltab, as well as the Nike SB branding and the inscription "KCDC 2001" on the black label of the tongue. In addition, illustrations are placed on the mismatched insoles. Finally, a marble-effect outsole gum completes the design.This is a reference to the shop front in Brooklyn. The soft tint appears in 2 shades, dark for leather and light for leather. The contrast would be light without the black Swoosh. Inside, the soles are mismatched.Finally, let your eyes go to the tongue, where the red bows are placed. A dot over and there is to be a specially designed box.