For Air Max 270, The Jumpman is showing a renewed interest in the Air Jordan 36 Low, as two limited, collaborative make-ups were revealed this past week alone. And now, additional GRs are starting to surface as well, this pair repurposing the previously-seen “Infrared” colorway.Save for its height, this pair is a near exact copy of its taller counterpart. The titular red shade is used along most of the upper, dyeing the mesh as well as the overlaid paneling.This neutral also appears across the midsole and shank, though it’s largely overshadowed by the whites of the surrounding midsole.
Said to be one of a handful coloways of the Air Jordan 36 Low to release in the coming months, this new colorway of the model comes dressed in an Infrared, Black, and White color scheme.It features minimal but durable Jacquard Leno-Weave upper reinforced with a TPU ribbon. It also comes equipped with a full-length Zoom Air Strobel unit stitched directly to the upper, stacked with a Zoom Air unit underneath the forefoot, providing a sensation of energy return and elite responsiveness.
The adidas Yeezy Boost 700 Hi-Res Red,As the hue’s name suggests, this version of the runner is primarily dressed in a vibrant red, with some of the same black, grey, green, maroon, and orange accents hits we’ve seen on previous colorways. A more muted red fills the midsole, while the brighter shade picks back up at the outsole.The full-length BOOST encapsulated midsole is seen in maroon with orange and dark teal hits and maroon is seen again on the laces and forefoot. Lastly, Hi-Res Red is seen again on the outsole to finish off the sneaker.