On the occasion of its 25th anniversary, Nike Air Max 97 is collecting a series of healthy colors, covering all aspects from traditional to modern. Recently, Christian Tresser’s iconic design is dominated by white. The midfoot logo and the outsole choose a combination of navy blue and red, which is concealed by the multi-color shape, which replaces the tongue and the top of the heel. The full-length Air Max air-cushion sole uses off-white tones to make everything simple, while the retro “Nike” injects another color through the insole. In the New Jordan 2020, the Air Max series has evolved in interesting ways. Today, it stands on top of multiple new silhouettes, some of which are not as popular as the classics of the past. Here, Air Max 2021 hopes to take up this role, appearing in a variety of new colors. This iteration happens to be a GS product, illuminating the upper through a relatively soft lens. Most areas of the forefoot are woven with gray thread, which contrasts with the darker and purer black in the shoelace unit and the entire heel. White is also very popular. Although it is included on the Swoosh and midsole, it is largely obscured by the bright green covering the outline and Air Unit. Retro Jordan 2021, A series of styles in Nike’s “Move To Zero” campaign proves that sustainable footwear has become a viable approach and is no longer a novelty claim. With Nike Air Force 1 and other fans’ favorite classic shoes redesigned with environmentally friendly materials, this statement still holds true. Air Force 1 Crater uses interesting patterns created organically by recycled materials to carefully create a cream-colored product that is consistent with the pastel footwear trend. This new AF 1 Crater has a smooth white base with a cream overlay for a soothing appearance. In the shadow of the Swoosh logo, a layer of mesh is sewn on both sides to expose the plush material underneath. The grid-wrapped elements are likely to be made of sustainable content and have a vibrant yellow and red marble appearance. In order to be more environmentally friendly, Regrind rubber is molded into the “Move To Zero” windmill logo and applied to the heel label. The light blue Crater foam sole unit is the icing on the cake, and a small amount of Regrind rubber is added to the toe and heel to increase traction. Earlier this week, Nike Air Force 1 appeared with many metal Swooshes, each of which may be a tribute to Olympic medals. In real Nike fashion, this theme will soon return, although this time it is on Blazer Mid ‘77. The silhouette is crowned only in silver and gold, applying both to the white and black bases, respectively. Except for their metallic luster-echoing the brand through dubrae-the structure is quite simple. Nearly smooth leather wraps the entire upper, wrapped in the aforementioned neutral colors. Fixtures in other places rarely contrast, but they are not too obstructive.