The Supreme x Nike SB Dunk Low “Barkroot Brown” Coming Soon


The Supreme x Nike SB Dunk Low “Barkroot Brown” Coming Soon

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Following their commitment to sustainable development in their "Zero Emissions" program, Latest Jordans News has been trying to use discarded products to create renewed and recycled textiles and other materials and incorporate them into shoes. The color and material of the newly released Air Max Plus are green, which proves their efforts. The tactile appearance of the black upper is due to a fabric made of 67% recyclable ingredients, which is also present in some other sustainable versions, such as Air Force 1. Although the familiar TPU wavy design line is current, contrast the updated appearance of the 1998 model with zigzag stitching on the gray and electric green tracking fenders. The 15% translucent rubber outsole is made from recycled Nike abrasives, giving it a spotted appearance and adding extra texture to the mix.

In order to welcome their 21 spring and summer season, Supreme's upcoming Nike SB Dunk Low series cooperation has gradually begun to appear one by one through official pictures. Following the "super blue" and "moderate green", today there is a matching "bark brown" color scheme. Among these four colors, this scheme is undoubtedly a more versatile color combination. The nominal earth tone is put on the overlay, processed textures to make the reptile design. Scales and cracks entangled from the forefoot to the heel, decorated with eyeliner, Swoosh logo and heel label. The gilded form of "Nike" embroidery and star, then rests on the top back label and middle panel, respectively supplementing the accessories "Highest" Dubre. Further use the names of streetwear icons, which can then be found on the insoles, printed in their signature red shades.

The Nike Blazer Mid has recently become a blank canvas, and fun designs can easily take root on it. For example, in the past month alone, this silhouette has delved into botany, ready-made modifications, and even some inspiration for Chinese New Year. However, for children, this brand seems to show a bit of restraint unexpectedly, and its latest color scheme only relies on primary colors. On its bottom, the leather has been very delicately rolled, mainly white. Goggles, medium format, etc. also prove this, as do nylon tongues, shoe laces and monochrome linings. The toe cap and forefoot are covered, and then contrasted with their grey suede, keeping it in line with some of the previously offered GRs. In Swash, the color finally comes into play, and its arc is in a bright, candy red. As a complement, the "Nike" text is embroidered on the heel line in the very same shadow, stitched adjacent to a dark, saturated blue. The woven label then wraps the entire design, summing up the palette along the woven green backing.