Jordans 2019 Shoes will be expanding their “Quai 54” lineup with the Air Jordan 6 that will be releasing during the annual summer streetball tournament.Air Jordan 6 Quai 54 comes dressed in a Sail, Total Orange, Gum Light Brown and Baroque Brown color combination. While an early look at the upcoming styles has yet to surface, the leaker account has provided a mock-up depiction for the Jordan 1 Low.This Air Jordan 6 “Quai 54” features a Sail leather upper with patterned underlays and insoles. “Quai 54” logos on the tongues and heels paired atop a Gum translucent outsole completes the design.the heels will highlight the original Nike Air logo on the left show, while the Quai 54 logo is embroidered on the right.
Nike Air Max 97 Vibes Blue Green features Blue on the base while Green lands on the liner and pull tabs. Vibrant ACG-like colors are spread across the vamp overlays such as denim blue, bright orange, and yellow. Mint green joins in on the fun and helps to accent the inner liner and embroidered Swoosh insignia. A set of rope laces paired with Orang and Yellow accents gives off that outdoorsy feel while having a White leather mudguard.Sole units also indulge in the understated given their “Sail” and “Black” makeup, but the latter is accompanied by mint and orange details. Nike ACG-like laces round out this colorful Air Max option.
Sneakerheads 2020 will also be introducing the Zoom Double Stacked in a “Black Volt” colorway.The design philosophy of the Double Stacked is about comfort informing style, with exposed layers of Zoom cushioning in the heel and forefoot, an unfinished TPU Swoosh,Exposed stitching and an unfinished TPU Swoosh logo on the forefront helps to elevate the overall look, while hits of neon green found on the mini embroidered Swoosh and Air unit add some final eye-catching details. and deco stitching on a breathable mesh upper for a modern DIY vibe.After initially being previewed in a “Barely Volt” colorway, its now sliding in one more option on debut day, one that they’re simply dubbing the “Volt Black”.