Nike is expanding the 'Have A Good Game' collection with the Nike Air Force 1. The model is an updated version of the Air Force 1 and is completely transformed into a gaming pair.With the 'Have A Good Game' collection, Nike brings the world of gaming and sneakers together. The collection consists of a number of different pairs, including the Blazer Mid and the LPL x Nike Air Force 1 Pixels. The nice thing about this selection is that every pair brings the same elements with them, so we can recognize the 'Have a Good Game' kicks well.The Air Jordan 1 will get a good dose of Armor Navy on October 5, the brand will provide the Air Jordan 1 Low and the Air Jordan 1 Mid with a new Armor Navy colorway on Thursday. Great news of course, but there is more good news. The Air Jordan 1 Mid drops in a full size run, so for the whole family! Both the Air Jordan 1 Mid "Armor Navy" and the Air Jordan 1 Low "Armor Navy" will drop on Thursday, October 5, at 9:00 AM.The Air Jordan 1 Mid is no stranger to colorways that feature shades of blue. The Air Jordan 1 Mid "Armor Navy" seems to go a little against the grain in this case by replacing the well-known "Royal" color with something much more stylish.White leather panels and midsoles still play their familiar role, while a dark blue Armor Navy color has been applied across the toe box, around the laces, ankles and Swoosh. The laces are in black, which makes for a very relaxed look. The tongue and the Jumpman placed on it, including the Wings on the side, are in white.The UNC color is undoubtedly the strong color of the year 2021.
The Nike Air Flight 89 has a color scheme that perfectly matches the previous pairs in the collection. The sneaker has an all-white base to better support the colored accents. There is a white tag on the tongue, on which three Swoos are printed in green, purple and pink."Have A Good Game" is branded on the heel. The left and right shoe are distinguished from each other by the symbols on the heel tab. A world is depicted on the left shoe. A Nike Swoosh can be found on the right shoe.The remarkable thing about the sneaker is of course the translucent neon accents in the colors orange, purple, green and pink. These elements can be easily removed from the model. The accents can also be replaced with other colors.For example, we find an extra translucent Swoosh over the normal Swoosh on the center panel. A neon green band can be found over the laces, on which we read "Have a Good Game". There is also an extra neon Swoosh on the front of the sneaker. The heel tab is also covered with a translucent accent.Still, Nike adds an extra surprise to the pair. The sneaker's mid- and outsole are both white, but when the lights go out, it's a different story. The outsole glows in the dark and connects nicely with the neon green accent on the upper.
Similar to the adidas Ozweego 3.0 that returned in late August (and first hit the market in some form in 2003), the newly emerged low-top pair features a modified version of the US currency across the top. While the high-top sported more green detailing throughout the shoe, the shorter counterpart prefers a cream color, which allows the American designer's disgusting makeover to be less disrupted. Wings dangle from the side sides of each shoe, with the lockdown straps nowhere to be seen near the top of the tongue. Underfoot, the adidas Originals range retains its tread pattern designed for basketball cup soles, which is also available in the above-mentioned light yellow shade.Both styles are placed on the same base, namely a toothy, milky midsole that comes straight from the GSG-9 boot and uses adiPRENE cushioning technology and a Traxion Trail outsole pattern. However, the uppers differ significantly as each shoe is made for a different purpose. The GSG Trail opts for a 5/8 cut construction with several shades of silver on its overlays and underlays, all of which are accentuated by red and blue accents around the technical toggle lacing system. Alternating 032c / adidas tongue badges add the finishing touches.
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