2021Sneakers is set to release a new Air More Uptempo that’s detailed with Utagawa Kuniyoshi’s iconic artwork. the brand is adding to their rap sheet as they incorporate art from the legendary Utagawa Kuniyoshi.Utagawa Kuniyoshi was one of the last great masters of the Japanese ukiyo-e style of woodblock prints and painting.His artistic touch is mostly subdued, however, lensed through a dark tint. Still, the rich colors of his ukiyo-e style comes through by way of the bubble lettering, each made further unique thanks to a holographic finish.the Nike Air More Uptempo features Black covering majority of its upper built with ballistic mesh uppers with pony hair covering the toe and heel panels along with holographic overlays atop a glow-in-the-dark soles. the construction is quite typical, with black mesh and synthetics placed atop an outsole that appears to glow in the dark.Kuniyoshi’s artwork and motifs are displayed on the letter panel that extends onto the heel, tongue, and insole graphics.

Coming off the Air Jordan 5 styles and the women’s Air Jordan 4, Buy Jordan Soles will be releasing another Air Jordan collab, this time for an official Off-White x Air Jordan 2 Low during the holiday season.We saw two colorways of the Air Jordan 5 launch and a women’s Air Jordan 4, and now we have the Off-White x Air Jordan 2 Low that will debut during the Fall season.Off-White x Air Jordan 2 Low Dressed in a mix of White, Sail, Red, and Grey.However, the mock-up shown is an accurate representation of what’s releasing. This Air Jordan 2 Low will come in a color blocking inspired by the Air Jordan 2 OG White and Varsity Red colorway. Other details will include exposed-foam collars, MJ’s signature on the lateral side atop a vintage/aged midsole.Inspiration for this model comes with OG pairs. What we can confirm is that the pair will feature a White, Red, and Black color option, like the OG Air Jordan 2.

Latest Jordan UK has showed love to Japan with a handful of Air Max 95 during last year’s 25th Anniversary celebration.Alongside an updated version of the “Greedy” colorway, the silhouette will bring back the “Comet” though with a few Japanese-inspired touches.For 2021, the tradition continues as the brand has revealed another Japanese-themed colorway.the Nike Air Max 95 comes dressed in a mix of White and Red with Grey and Black detailing.Through its exterior, the offering is quite faithful, adapting the original palette to relatively close spec. The materials, however, are where the pair sets itself apart, each proffering a more natural texture throughout.The shoe is built with a combination of materials with hits of Red highlighting the eyelets, tongue branding, mini Swoosh and Air bubbles.The toe and side layers, for example, opt for what looks to be canvas, while suede, sheer mesh, and leathers fill in the blanks adjacent. Finally, along the outsole, the Japanese references come to a head thanks to the red-dressed, floral mosaic.Sunglass2021,The callout to Japan is spotted on the heels and underfoot midsole plate as well as having popular cherry blossom branches displayed on the insoles.