Supreme x Nike By Any Means in the Brazil Colorway

Supreme x Nike By Any Means in the Brazil Colorway


New Drop Jordans continues to advance in autumn and winter, the brand has several eye-catching collaborations that streetwear fans can look forward to. This iconic New York-based entity has just officially announced its cooperation with Tiffany and Co., and it has also collaborated with Nike (Nike) in three SB Dunk High colors, which are expected to be released in the next few weeks. Regarding the latter, the “By Any Means” combination of Supreme and Nike in “Brazil” has just surfaced again through detailed hiking photos. As you can infer from its name, it is a patch of yellow and green, and most of the discussion has been done here. The smooth leather upper utilizes the former style collar, toe box, tongue and quarter, while the latter takes care of Swooshes, laces, internal lining and covering. The embroidered decoration stole the limelight. On the low-heeled shoes, "By Any Means" was spelled out with a font inspired by "New York Magazine" and matched with the classic Nike "NY" logo. In addition, you will find a "No 3" on the forefoot, a "Supreme Team" stitched with cursive on the heel and a "SUP" logo on the tongue, and a red and white co-branded insole .

When 2021Shoes decides to produce a modern silhouette, it often refers to the classic series of Air Max models. This is the case with the Air Max terrscape Plus-this is a fairly new silhouette with strong similarities to Air Max Plus, but there are A sustainable twist. This new product has previously launched off-white and mint green color schemes, but now it is expanding its product line and moving to the dining table in a secret "black/lime" color scheme. Most of the real state here is covered by solid black blocking patterns that span the side panels and toe boxes. Next to this layer is a small dose of "lime" green, which is suitable for the interior of the oversized Swooshes and lace loops, which almost give the kick a little luminous effect. The ribbed midfoot cage and the low-heeled mold provide a slighter contrast, as each has been treated with an "anthracite" paint job. Below, NikeGrind's materials occupy most of the attention because they are injected into the middle part of the sole and pedals, the latter more clearly embodies its multi-color aesthetics.

New Balance is currently working heavily with brands such as Joshua Vides, Nike Air Force 1 Shadow ,Todd Snyder and Concepts, but the brand has now returned to their online products with a traditionally inspired 990v4 color scheme. This version is a follow-up to the 990v3 iteration released earlier this fall. If you like this Boston-based brand using its iconic gray color scheme for its lifestyle models, then this pairing is definitely the perfect choice. The format of the superstructure is a traditional grid liner, supplemented by a sexy suede covering and a reflective "N" logo. All these components use classic gray color blocks and sit down next to the usual white lace. The main difference between this model and the original is that it has a red accent through the "Version 4" label hung under the collar and the American flag logo on the tongue. The bottom of the midsole is filled with ENCAP cushions, giving the wearer a cloud-like feeling.