New Jordan will be bringing back the “Taxi” Air Jordan 12, but with some few minor changes.The Air Jordan 12 “Royalty,” a regal new colorway reminiscent of the classic Air Jordan 12 “Taxi” and 2017’s Air Jordan 4 “Royalty.”Air Jordan 12 “Royalty”Dressed in a White, Black, and Metallic Gold color scheme.As is to be expected from any sneaker with a kingly nom de guerre, the “Royalty” offers several regal accents, namely gold hits on the tongue’s Jumpman logo, the throat’s signature “TWO3” graphic, the midfoot’s plastic branded badge and the duo of metal eyestays up top. This Air Jordan 12, dubbed “Royalty” – similar to 2017’s Air Jordan 4 release, features a White leather upper, Black toe overlays and rubber sole, and Gold eyelets to look like the original. Apart from the gold, the rest of the top half is mostly “Taxi”-inspired, with a white tumbled leather base overlaid by black pebbled leather mudguards. More pebbled detailing graces the midsole’s forefoot, and a carbon fiber plate under the arch works with black outsoles to round off the look.
Jordan 2020 Release ,The 21-year old Air Presto is starting to release in several new color options that includes this latest “Forest Green” makeup.But with the heat setting in, it seems we’re to see more from the T-Shirt for your feet, including this vivid multi-color take.Nike Air Presto “Forest Green”Dressed in a Forest Green, Photo Blue, Team Orange, and White color scheme.the inspiration is not quite forthright. The upper’s look is kept simple, dressed primarily in three core colors. A deep green dyes the nylon base as well as the mesh sock liner, while light baby blue tones accent the side cage and midsole Swoosh.This Nike Air Presto features a Green neoprene upper with Blue lace cages and Orange heel clips. A White midsole atop a Black rubber outsole with a knitwear graphic on the insole completes the design. Red, then, rivals for attention behind, coating the entirety of the hard shell counter. And beside the usual tongue insignia, the pair covers its insole with a close-up image of what looks to be knitwear.
Hot Sale Jordans ,Paul George’s Nike PG 5 surfaces in another Los Angeles Clippers color blocking that resembles the team’s city edition jerseys.The spotlight has never been bright and hotter for Paul George, who after leading the Clippers to crucial Game 5 win over the Utah Jazz, has his largest critics sitting quietly in the corner.the PG 5 features Black covering majority of its upper paired with Blue and Red contrasting accents throughout to give off that Clippers vibe detailed with a Chrome Swoosh on the heels.After teammate Kawhi Leonard was diagnosed with a knee injury that has sidelined him indefinitely it’s really up to George to lead the remaining Los Angeles team as they look to close out the series and earn a trip to the franchise’s first ever Western Conference Finals appearance.The shoe is completed with lightweight, full-length Nike Air Dot Weld Strobel for cushioning and comfort atop a multidirectional tread pattern on the outsole.