The best things tend to be three. This is true for most of Supreme’s collaborations,Menairshoes including the brand’s upcoming Nike SB Dunk high bag. The series is called "By Any Means" and is expected to be launched in the autumn and winter of 21. Each option is an impromptu repetition of the familiar two-tone scheme. This pair of shoes imitated the well-loved "Brazil" color scheme, and finally appeared in the official image after its "shoe master" debut. Just like the previous two versions, this set includes all New York style embroidery. "No" and "By Any Means" are printed on the forefoot and the counter respectively, and the words written with white thread are bolder. The combination of the heart-shaped and Nike logo clothing helps to connect with souvenirs and also combines the streetwear icon’s preference for red. More importantly, the brand further demonstrated itself through the "Supreme Team" on the heel and the "SUP" label on the tip of the tongue.
Trey Young, now starting his fourth NBA season, 2021 Yeezy Boost is the newest member of this exclusive signature sneaker club. After he and Adidas abandoned Trae Young 1 in two cool and interesting color schemes in early October, the next wave of price cuts is coming, as the Three Stripes brand hopes to establish a long-term partnership with the star point guard. On November 5th of this year, we will have two different collaborations with So So Def in Atlanta, but later on November 19th, we will see a truly lifestyle-friendly Trae Young, bringing the courts Come a little bit of luxury. The easiest way to inject high-end aesthetics is to add some snake skin, where Trae Young 1 seems to be completely wrapped in a wild pattern. On the white/gray basis is a printed snakeskin, while the heel, forefoot, lace stay, and midfoot cover the texture line in black/gray. The outsole is an original white matching exposed BOOST cushion on the heel.
At FILA, things are heating up, New Jordan because the brand's cooperation with the star will bring back Grant Hill's signature shoe series in various forms. Just recently, the collaboration between FILA Grant Hill 1 and Sprite was launched, inspired by the mid-90s advertisements, which can design that exciting era. Next is Grant Hill 2’s signature shoe, in two original colors, but with some key additions to truly commemorate the silver anniversary of this silhouette. Below the triangle of the International Basketball League logo above is the signature of a member of the Hall of Fame, who is now the general manager of the US basketball team. A FILA logo style "25" is located on the toe bumper, insole, adjustable heel strap, and even the translucent blue outsole under the forefoot. FILA Grant Hill 2 color matching confirmation was released on October 29th at FILA and partner retailers; the following is a detailed introduction of the two options.