2020 Cheap Jordans, Official images of the Nike SB Dunk Low “Green Apple” leaked four days ago, which is no surprise, as the colorway was likely inspired by 4/20, the national Stoner celebration. The Swoosh itself needs no elaboration, as the color palette and the anthropomorphic apple hidden behind the tongue suffice. The Green Apple and its companions, along with three other fruit-inspired designs, make up the Fruit Pack, one of the most modest 4/20 products ever made. Sour fruit, on the other hand, is more festive, as the light green of the overlays, tread and laces, as well as the darker shades of Swoosh and adjacent brands, reflect the color of Kush. The rest of the design is completely unisex, with a white midsole and off-white polished base.
New Jordan 2020, The Nike Air Max 1 is the focus of Air Max Day 2022. While the three regional exclusives released for the fictitious March 26 holiday are noteworthy, they're far from the only styles the Swoosh has in store for the shoe's 35th anniversary. Tinker Hatfield's classic design has just been released in the "Light Madder Root/Vivid Green/Rattan" colorway as part of a larger collection. The next pair is similar to the one shown earlier for a "skunk" fit, with a grid pattern on the insole and off-white and brown soles. The Air Max bubbles are differentiated by a pale lime tone that complements the logo on the tongue label and insole. The mesh base exposed through the toe box and behind the collar is a muted "rattan" shade that contrasts with the suede material that wraps around the midfoot. Each shade combined continues the Air Max 1's history into the next 35 years.
adidas Yeezy Boost 350, The YEEZY brand has launched new products and retro models after its big March. The first reissue of the Yeezy 350 "Turtle Dove", the re-release that sparked excitement among Kanye followers worldwide, belongs to the latter. Another refill for the now-ubiquitous Zebra Yeezy is coming this month, along with Yeezy Foam Runners and Yeezy Slides. This action-packed April kicks off April 7 with the adidas Yeezy Quantum “Mono Carbon,” a brand new hue that looks very similar to the model’s debut colorway. The original "Quantum" colorway featured a lighter toe and black heel, but the Mono Carbon stayed close to that theme thanks to the patterned shell of the midfoot. If you can't get your first pair of Yeezy Quantums, this Mono Carbon colorway will suffice.