Fans Need Get Lot of Lucky to Cop Nike Air Force 1 Low “Lightning Bolt”

Fans Need Get Lot of Lucky to Cop Nike Air Force 1 Low “Lightning Bolt”


Nike will launch a special edition Air Force 1 Low and add the Lightning Bolt Swoosh logo. In order to match the release of different styles,  New Nike Air Force 1 will add a new Lightning Bolt Nike Swoosh logo. The sneakers use white, aquamarine, light gray and black color schemes, and have an all-white tumbling leather upper that covers the entire paneling and cladding. Aquamarine Lightning Bolt Swoosh shiny side panels, while lime glow details are to give toe and tongue tags. The black high heels boasted in the lime Nike Air brand, so that the sneakers can be completed with the usual white AF1 rubber sole.

In the latest Air Jordan 1 Zoom CMFT, the Hot Sale Jordans will combine two popular color schemes into one. This is a new version starring Wheat and UNC vibes. Air Jordan 1 Zoom CMFT has gone through a lot of different color schemes in the past few months. Now this sneaker will adopt a new color scheme, which draws on the first two changes that many sneaker ads like. The sides and toes are paneled in powder blue, the cladding system adds wheat tones, and the black Nike Swoosh logo and ankles are used for contrast. The white mesh tongue with white laces, white midsole and gray rubber outsole perfectly interprets this new shoe model.

Although the announcement at the beginning mentioned that the latest changes will "continue the momentum of direct acceleration of the company's consumers," Cadysneaker still focus on Herbert's successor. Sarah will take over the vacant North American vice president/general manager position. Mensa most recently, he was the vice president/general manager of Nike Asia Pacific and Latin America. Before joining Nike, he served as the senior vice president and chief operating officer of the NBA Portland Trail Blazers. Amy Montagne (Amy Montagne) will serve as vice president/general manager of the Asia-Pacific region in this reorganization. The two new vice presidents/general managers will report directly to Nike Consumer and Marketing President Heidi O'Neill. O'Neill said: "Sarah and Amy are two dynamic leaders who bring a wealth of experience and expertise to these important roles.". "Sarah has been proving that she has the ability to achieve excellent results in our geographic and Jordan brand business, and I look forward to her bringing these skills to the North American team. Amy's extensive experience in Nike worldwide (including women), and The recent leadership of our male consumption structure will help lead APLA’s future growth."