Maison Chateau x Air Jordan 1 Mid Fearless
?will be launching later this month.With the appreciation of his roots, co-founder Youssouf Fofana allows the African culture to pain this “Fearless” Air Jordan 1 Mid.Founded in 2015, Maison Chateau has shed a light on African prints and graphics as their garments and clothing each portray new imagery that all can love.Yellow then arrives on the suede lace eyestay overlay and rubber outsole.The shoe arrives with a soft-toned palette of cream, yellow, blue and brown. As cream makes up the side paneling, baby blue overlays can be seen on the toe and heel while brown makes up the midfoot and Nike Swoosh overlay.Through
out the silhouette, hand-stitched aspects are added in to celebrate the African culture as well as debossed prints.
New Jordan 2019
are always a cause for excitement in the sneaker world. It’s the 30th anniversary of the Nike Air Max 90, one of the most pivotal running-turned-
lifestyle sneakers ever.However, w already have a pretty good idea at what’s coming in 2020, and it shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone.The brand’s archives are filled with so many legendary and fan-favorite sneakers that every year is a wild card for what incredible silhouette will make its return.While very little information has been confirmed for this release as of writing, we anticipate the pink, grey, and black colorway to arrive early next year.Next year, the legendary Air Max 90 will be celebrating its 30th anniversary, which means that Nike is ready to reissue the pivotal running shoe in its true OG form. This means OG colorways as well, like the faded pink version shown here.
Jordans 2019 Shoes
has made quite a return to the sneaker scene in recent years, thanks in part to Virgil Abloh’s deconstructed Off-White pairs.Nike prepares to introduce a new colorway of the ’77 Vintage, featuring a Brick Red Swoosh. Since this version was introduced just a few months ago, its become a hit among both sneakerheads and the uninitiated, thanks to its easily wearable style and smooth color schemes.Since then, Nike has introduced several new iterations of the classic silhouette to their arsenal, including the asymmetrical Rebel for women, and the ’77 Vintage, which pays homage to the original in both shape, construction, and colors. This week, a new look for the ’77 Vintage Blazer has surfaced online, showcasing the shoe in an all-white makeup with striking Brick Red Swooshes.