During Paris Fashion Week, Comme des Garcons revealed their latest collaboration with Nike Sneakers Green
with a few color options of the Air Max 95. One comes dressed in Triple White, another in Triple Black, and third with a gradient color blocking. The shoe comes with a DIY-like design with exposed foam in a deconstructed build.
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is set in a mix of leather, mesh and neoprene materials clad in textured patterns and solid hues. At the top of the tongue lies a bright purple accent, complemented with matching eyelets and 3M detailing. To offset the bold color, earth-toned snakeskin panels are layered one after another, starting with dark grey at the top and lighter shades below until finished off in glossy white leather at the bottom. As a final note to the sneaker, Air Unit bubbles are colored in teal as a sharp contrast against the crisp toe cap and midsole.
Even though they’re one stripe short, these Nike Sneakers Men White
still manage to muster a copious amount of colored detailing, dressing the remaining overlays in blue nubuck and red leather while bringing everything together with a red, white, and blue badge on the tongue. Down below, a white midsole and bright red Air Max cushioning units lock in the shoe’s classic comfort. Long-time Air Max fans may see some overall similarities to another red, white, and blue pair of AM95s, a memorable 2004 makeup that split its stripes evenly between the two accenting colors.
Each pair shows off some serious adoration for the prideful city, as the Nike Air Max 95 'De Lo Mio'
version equips some graphics similar to the beloved Maryland flag on its racing stripes as well as a striking primarily red color scheme with three regal crowns on its tongue. However, its “Away” version flaunts a bit more B-More pride, coming dressed in a Oriole-friendly color scheme, and bearing a playful crab graphic as a nod to the city’s leading food export.https://www.joggersize.com/