This year, the Nike React Element 87 was madly sought after with its nearly transparent flap upper and the React cushioning outsole that runs through the palm. It has long been rumored to launch a joint version with UNDERCOVER, the manager of Takahashi Shield, and today's overseas shoe media sneakernews brings you the latest color matching real-life view! Compared to the regular version of the solid color body, the UNDERCOVER x Nike React Element 87 is a lot of color in the design. The striking contrast between yellow, red, black, blue and white creates a very dynamic visual impact. The performance of the upper foot is probably the deconstruction leader of a pair of retrospectives!
After we reported the Skepta x Nike Air Max Deluxe joint shot spy photos, a clear physical photo was recently exposed to the Internet! From this photo, the shoes retain all the details of the previous spy photos. The most notable is the pink and white noise font “12:05 PM JUNE 08 2014” printed on the upper, which means the release date of the Skepta single album “That's Not Me”. The color scheme is in shades of gray, and the noise printing of the snowflake screen effect, plus the sci-fi full Palm Max Air cushion, Grime-style psychedelic underground electronic rap seems to linger in the ear, can also be seen as steam waves or cyber A must-have item in a punk style!
The adidas Yeezy 700 is arguably one of the most popular Yeezy in the near future. The domestic version has not been released yet, and the new version is endless. The Yeezy 700 V2 version was exposed a few months ago, and today Kanye has released the latest V3 version on Twitter. The upper style is similar to the V2 version. The layered design is not heavy in texture, and it is more like a multi-layered shape created by hot melt material. The midsole also lacks the complexity and complexity of the previous version, changing to a smooth minimalist shape, and the design of the toe and heel lifts even makes people think of racing shoes. The huge change of Yeezy 700 V3, do you accept it?