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DH8446-900 Nike PG 6 "Valentine's Day" Coming Soon

New Jordan 2020, Don't be sad if you haven't started planning for Valentine's Day; even Nike is a little late. Since many of their products aren't yet on store shelves, they're unlikely to arrive in time for Monday. No doubt that's the case with the brand's latest offering, the PG 6, which only recently debuted in a holiday-inspired colorway. From the outside, one would never guess that the pair had any romantic significance, as the exterior is predominantly dark green. Pink is used on top, albeit sparingly, to accentuate the side Swoosh and the marbling along the midsole. Adjacent butterfly embroidery and a leaf-filled print adorns the upper, adding a natural element to the basketball with arrows, cupid graphics and heart tag with the "Just Do It" logo.
2020 Cheap Jordans, Simple is almost always preferred—even more so for a timeless classic like the Nike Air Force 1. And, thankfully, the style has taken that approach since the beginning of the year, balancing accents and even carabiner with a clean white base. This upcoming "Pecan" colorway follows suit, with the neutral colorway covering everything from the midsole to the leather paneling. The titular shade of brown sets this shoe apart from the standard Triple White as it dyes the Swoosh, tread, lace units and other standard details.
Retro Jordan 2021, While fans can almost feel the desire for some of the original Nike Air Force 1 styles to return, the model's 40th anniversary will also focus on reimagining Bruce Kilgore's iconic designs. One of the most notable updates was the brand's 1982 design that used Nike React foam. Previously only available in solid white and off-white colorways, the Air Force 1 React has now been found to be primarily available in a "black" colorway. While some might scoff at the upcoming release, citing the popular joke that the "black" AF-1 is often a sign of mischief, the Swoosh complements the dark aesthetic with vibrant "Pink Prime" and "Team Orange" shades. From the side, the two colors steal the show, as the React foam underfoot is hidden by the smoky shell, but from the inside, the bold aqua hue shows through unobtrusively. Additional logos, heel pull tabs and translucent panels further differentiate the shoe from Kilgore's original Air Force 1 Low. Underfoot, the proven tread has been updated to reveal some brightly colored foam in the heel.
The Nike Air Max 97, which is currently celebrating its 25th anniversary, is expected to return in its original colorway by the end of 2022. And, while the Swoosh has no doubt been preoccupied with perfecting these retro details, it also took the time to reimagine Christian Tresser's iconic designs in a fresh new twist. While the brand has yet to reveal an official name for the collection, shoes from the upcoming Nike Sportswear collection have started to surface over the past two months. Tresser's pond-inspired silhouette will later be joined by other classic monochrome colorways of the Nike Dunk and Nike Air Huarache, accented by more vibrant shades of blue, red and neon yellow, as well as Velcro-backed accents. At first glance, the shoe appears to be similar to the "Panda" makeup seen earlier, but the capsule adds a giant "N" letter patch reminiscent of the patch found on varsity jackets found in every product. The component is removable, allowing the wearer to "customize" the Air Max version.

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