Sale Retro Jordan,Since its inception over 35 years ago, the Air Jordan 1 has entrenched its place in the pantheon of footwear culture. This edition is built to honour that long-standing legacy by covering the silhouette in hues and graphics inspired by playing cards.Since sneakerheads are always being played by the SNKRS app, Jordan Brand has unveiled a shoe dedicated to playing — cards, that is. The label debuted an Air Jordan 1 Low “Spades.”
The Air Jordan 1 Low Spades is an exclusive variation. This lifestyle-inclined pair luxe appeal with the two highest face-cards in the deck, as red, white, and gold drapes its entirety. Additionally, the letters K and Q are embroidered onto the forefoot foxing of the shoes, while the spade suit alongside the Jumpman logo, adorns the tongue. Finally, a vintage-like midsole and red rubber outsole tops off the design. But instead of being dressed in white and red, like the AJ1 Lows, the AF1 comes in a dark black, with gold hits on its Swoosh and heel branding. Red can only be seen on the shoe’s outsole and insole.
The Nike Kobe 5 Protro Bruce Lee theme is inspired by the iconic yellow and black jumpsuit Lee wore in the film “Game of Death” in 1978. The upper features a yellow perforated toe and mid-panel with contrasting black overlays on the forefoot and eyelets. Black mesh detailing can be found on the padded collar and on the top half of the heel. The rest of the back of the shoe displays a black TPU clip with Bryant’s signature in red text. Other details include a black Swoosh with silver outlining on either side, yellow shoe laces against a black mesh tongue with Bryant’s “The Sheath” logo on the top of the design.
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