332550-017 Air Jordan 1 High Patent Leather Black Anthracite White

21 juillet 2018 - 03:49

Nike Air Jordan Sneakers,The trend of utilizing patent leather on footwear, including sneakers, had taken off back in 2006 since people had grown tremendously fond of wearing bold and vibrant shoes.By now, many of you are probably thinking about the Air Jordan 11 “Bred” and “Columbia.” The Air Jordan 11 “Bred” made its retail debut back in April 1995. Patent leather is often also referred to as PVC, patent vinyl and wet look vinyl, but those are actually not all the same.Inspired by the “Away” uniforms of the Chicago Bulls, Michael Jordan was often spotted laced up in his pair of this iteration on the court. The origin of patent leather can be traced back to Japanning, which itself refers to the application of hard black varnish onto leather.While both shoes opted for smooth leathers and a triple-white upper, there are small differences that tell them apart.A year later in 1996, the Air Jordan 11 “Columbia” made its retail debut at a price of $125. The process by which patent leather is created today was perfected back in 1818. The latest iteration of the Air Jordan 1 that Jordan Brand has whipped is also entirely made up of patent leather.Both these colorways are returning in high- and low-top form, but as cleats rather than basketball sneakers.

Air Jordan 1 High Patent Leather process through which patent leather was created was patented, so that is how it got its name.This is actually not the first time that Jordan Brand has released Air Jordan 11 football cleats dressed up in some of the most classic and iconic colorways of the model. Back then, the glossy finish was created by bonding a linseed coating to the leather. In fact, five of them were among the Air Jordan releases 2018 that arrived at retailers throughout the month of March, when football season was into the offseason. In recent times, linseed has been replaced with petroleum products. Genuine, traditional patent leather does not come too many colors, with black being the most common. These five colorways included the “Concord,” “Cool Grey,” “Gym Red,” “Royal” and the “Space Jam.” Poromeric leather, a similar type of leather although not the same, is often mistaken for patent leather. Of course, when buying a patent sneaker from Jordan Brand like the one featured here, sneakerheads can be certain that material their kicks are indeed genuine patent leather. First, the new all-white Jordan 3 appears to use more premium materials than the 2007 pair. All of five of these Air Jordan 11 football cleats colorways hit the shelves in high-top and low-top form. All of them retailed at the same price of $120 on March 20th, 2018 at Nikysport.