2020 New Nike Air Force 1 Low “Script Swoosh” Black/White-University Red CK9257-100
This time, the jordan shoes 2019 are paired with Air Max 1 and Air Max 270 React in white, gray, black, blue and red tones. The Nike Air Force 1 Low features a white upper with a light grey safari motif on the lace cap, black tongues and high heels with contrasting blue and red colors. The end of the design is the scripted Swoosh logo and the Nike brand with printed insoles on the sides.Nike Swoosh is a powerful thing. The Beaverton brand paid tribute to its origins and early history in a number of ways during August. One of them is the "Script Swoosh" packaging. This is a series of four shoes this new Air Force 1 Low.
The New Yeezy 2020 brings it back to the process behind Carolyn Davidson's original plaid design, in which the feet are printed in red Swoosh with black Nike text logos and black graph paper-like lines. The entire inspiration collection was then covered by a translucent plastic Swoosh, giving a super-smart touch to the stacked details. Similar graphics also appear in smaller form on the two tongue logo / heel labels and are printed on the insole. The remaining shoes remain relatively simple thanks to the sturdy white leather upper with black trim, fluffy tan suede on the temples, and the iconic Embossed Air graphic on the heel White midsole / outsole combination with black and red details.
The New Jordan 2020 upper features white leather and long suede on the temples. The highlight of this pair of products is the scripted Swoosh logo on the panel. Next, we used similar trademarks on the tongue logo, heel, and insole, while the red trim added to the look.Nike Swoosh was drafted by graphic design student Carolyn Davidson in 1971. Since then, it has gone beyond sports and has become one of the most well-known logos in the world. In the 1970s, it was also subject to many restrictions, from a single Swoosh to the famous Futura logo lock. This diverse graphic design heritage is celebrated from three new shoe bags released by Foot Locker, Inc. (foot cabinets, Champs Sports, Eastbay, Footaction), collected as "The Evolution of The Swoosh". Everyone has a different Swoosh clarity on the Air Max, Air Force 1 and React Element 55 silhouettes.