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Previously, we have reported that the Star Wars and adidas co-branded series have gained a lot of fans with the design of the heart and the addition of the “Star Wars” element. The prototype of the joint shoe model is the aerospace mechanic robot R2-D2 in the Star Wars series. Star Wars x adidas Nite Jogger R2-D2 is based on the adidas classic Nite Jogger shoe. The upper is made of white mesh material. The shoes are decorated with blue and bright orange accents. The overall color is exceptionally refreshing. The silver toe around the toe and lace hole brings a full sci-fi sensation. The most striking feature is the adidas iconic clover logo on the tongue and the R2-D2 robotic pattern in Star Wars. Equipped with the adidas signature Boost midsole cushioning technology, it brings a sturdy feel and is perfect for everyday wear.
Jordans 2019 Shoes broke the account wavegod_thelegend once again brought us a rush. Japan's high street fashion brand Facetasm will work with Jordan Brand, Air Jordan 1 x Facetasm to create a new co-branded name based on Air Jordan 1. From the current exposure of the real thing, the color is still dominated by black and white, and blended with light blue. The yellow leather outline of the flying wing Logo is specially washed to enrich the visual impact of the Air Jordan 1. The heel design with the “Facetasm” is also added to the heel to highlight the co-branded identity of this color. It is worth mentioning that the red mid-bottom is also printed with a red flying logo design, and the play design is full of personality.
2019 Mens Jordans second generation of boots, Jordan Why Not Zer0.2, attracts the attention of many combat enthusiasts with its exaggerated design language and many fresh color schemes. Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 SE is based on white, and the body is covered with black graffiti style. The iconic flaps in the middle of the shoe are embellished with bright orange trim. The neckline is decorated with gray and black, and the toe is purple flying. To further enhance the color of the whole pair of shoes.