The all-new Jordan MA2 Future Beginnings delivers big-time comfort packaged in a bold silhouette featuring dynamic design lines and wildly diverse materials. The looks blends heritage-inspired elements (like visible Nike Air) with forward-thinking aesthetics (like deconstructed tongue tags) to forge a fresh identity that stands on its own.The upper combines a mix of woven, suede and textile material for a truly lifestyle silhouette. Additional details include a woven pull tab at the tongue and heel in an unorthodox placement with Jordan Brand and Nike branding. For stability and cushioning, a visible Air Bag is housed below in a lightweight Phylon midsole. A translucent rubber outsole tread is added below for traction and grip.
This Air Jordan 13 Black Cat takes a great shape and has the legendary Jumpman logo on the shoes upper. The well-known Classic Basketball Sneaker by the American based Label is one of our favorites and has the classy "Black/Black-anthracite" Leather/Synthetic CW.The shoe's upper is built with suede, finished in black and overlaid by mesh, which sports a reflective finish. Rope laces secure the fit, while the usual hologram logo marks the heel. Underfoot, Zoom Air in the forefoot and heel of the phylon midsole provides cushioning, giving way to a herringbone panther's-paw outsole for traction.
The Off-White x Air Jordan 1 UNC is the third colorway designed by Virgil Abloh and made in collaboration with his Off-White label. The sneakers come in a white, dark powder blue and cone colorway, with a white and blue deconstructed leather upper and Off-White detailing throughout. Virgil Abloh dress this time the model of a leather upper sky blue adorned with the classic branding of Off- White the image of the Red zip-tie at the laces.This declension of the silhouette, which had made a lot of talk about it during its unveiling by Virgil Abloh at the MET Gala, will make the happiness of anyone who wants to approach summer with style. The Air Jordan 1 retro high University Blue already looks like a successful bet for Virgil Abloh and Nike.