Experimental as of late, the Nike Air Force 1 has been showing face with a multitude of interesting ornamentations such as wear-away uppers, Japan-inspired all-over patterns, and cut-out Swooshes. Keeping this decorative mentality moving, the Beaverton-based team has now fashioned a new rendition for their women’s audience this Spring that features Swooshes remixed with psychedelic allure.
The Nike Air Force 1 Low Hydrogen Blue updates the classic silhouette with a swirling multicolor design on the signature Swoosh. The psychedelic pattern stands out against the sneaker’s white leather upper, appointed with standard details that include a perforated toe box and Nike-branded heel tab. A uniform pale blue finish is applied to the foam midsole and pivot-point rubber outsole.Falling against a “Hydrogen Blue” backdrop that aligns with its entire bottom piece, the swirly patterns glow with multi-colored vibrance from every angle that the light hits. Additionally, if you take a close look at the tongues, you’ll notice that its traditional branding has been flipped in reverse similar to that of a recent Air Max 90 colorway.
The adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 “Lundmark” features a look reminiscent of the “Static” release of early 2019, but with a creamy white shade mixed with the grey tones across the intricately patterned Primeknit upper. The 'Lundmark' model features a cream-colored Primeknit upper with a translucent window along the lateral. Notably, this shoe does without the heel-tab that has been a staple on previous Yeezy Boost 350 releases. At the bottom, the sneaker's full-length adidas Boost cushioning is encapsulated within a TPU cage that extends from the midsole down to the outsole.