Women’s Air Jordan 4 Blank Canvas to Unveils on February 2022
As the New Year approaches, more rumors about 2021Shoes continue to spread on the Internet, the latest is the female-only flying man Jordan 4 “Blank Canvas.” Almost entirely in the “sail,” the upcoming vintage features a large part of the canvas constructed on its upper part. According to an unauthorized sneaker model (which may be different from a retail product), the side mesh window is replaced by coarse cloth material. The TPU eye and accompanying molded component around the heel boast of their standard structure, and the spine wears the “colorless” Jumpman brand. The sole also likes white makeup, but the outsole is a vibrant paint splash pattern, including “flaming red”, “cement gray” and other tones.
On October 24, the luxury goods market Sotheby’s auctioned off the most New Air Force 1 valuable pair of sneakers in history: the Nike airship worn by Michael Jordan during his rookie season. This lot was part of the institution’s Icons of Excellence & Haute Luxury auction held in Las Vegas and was sold at a record price of US$1.47 million. Before the popular Flyer Jordan 1, the Flyer spacecraft was the preferred sneaker for the 1984-85 NBA preliminaries and regular season No. 23. The recently auctioned pair of sneakers was worn by Jordan during his fifth professional basketball game (November 1, 1984). After that, the sneakers were given to a caddie of the Denver Nuggets. These “white” and “college red” sneakers have been worn in competitions for 37 years and are in good condition. The upper leather structure shows signs of continued wear. Unlike other early designs by Bruce Kilgore, the shoes sold by Sotheby’s only have “AIR” printed on the heel instead of “NIKE AIR” or “AIR JORDAN”, which makes it even rarer.
Although the sneaker legend claims that the first official flying man Jordan has been “banned” by the league, the NBA actually notified Air Jordan 1 Fearless on October 18, 1984 (preseason) that the “black” and “black” of Kilgore’s flying man spacecraft The color combination of “University Red” and “White” violates the “Uniform Uniform” clause. The North American sportswear company took advantage of this controversy and carried out an advertising campaign. “x” produced this “Flying Jordan 1” and told potential customers, “Fortunately, the NBA can’t stop you from wearing it.” This moment and business inspiration inspired the upcoming “rebel” style of the silhouette. Sneakers and sports memorabilia have attracted mainstream consciousness like never before, and there is no doubt that one of the earliest sneakers worn by the greatest basketball player of all time set this record. Decades later, Jordan’s legacy is likely to continue to raise the threshold for auctions, as he did on hardwoods.