After Jordan Brand has introduced their latest Air Jordan 33 silhouette, they don’t wait too long for the first big hit, in collaboration with Super Bowl Halftime performer Travis Scott.the new Travis Scott x Air Jordan collaboration offers an exciting aesthetic that makes them a key player in the most urban streetwear of our time. A unique and exclusive piece, a must-have for any serious sneaker collection.the legacy of Travis Scott lives on in the Air Jordan XXXIII x Travis Scott NRG. Scott’s 33 combines a color palette in earthy tones with a hypnotic play on textures on the upper, which does away with the classic lacing system.
For Shop Jordans 2022, Painted in La Flame’s signature ‘Army Olive‘ and ‘Ale Brown‘ colour scheme, the Travis Scott x Jordan 33 Green is crafted from a wide range of premium materials including leather and mesh. The iconic Jumpman logo hits the right tongue, while Scott’s signature “Cactus Jack” motif graces the left. Additional branding adorns the heel, and fighter jet inspired detailing can be found throughout, such as the “PULL TO EJECT” tag.His Cactus Jack logo dons from the leather tongue, adding to the overall appeal of the new sneaker.
Channel your inner Kyrie Irving with the new Nike Kyrie 7 Blue Pink. Light and breathable, the mesh upper wraps around your foot to ensure there is no compromise on speed. The large Air Zoom Turbo unit in the forefoot is curved to give you an explosive first step. Move fast and corner hard in a shoe that keeps up with your playmaking abilities.The Kyrie 7 is built for the next generation of energy return, control and speed. It’s designed to help players at all levels take advantage of their quick first step by optimizing the shoe’s fit, court feel and banking ability.
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