What Deconstructed Nike, Jordan Retros & Adidas NMD, Ultra Boost Reveal

The majority of folks I’ve come across aren’t quite concerned with the functional aspects of their sneakers. I’m saying this as a result of responses I receive when I ask people why they buy the shoes they wear. I usually get this answer,

because they look good

So basically the primary motivation is the aesthetic; but with Nike, the motivation behind their products is performance and the brand has lived up to their reputation. sneakerdoodles  basically broke down the key elements of some of the most popular sneakers in the market. Here is what was revealed.

Air Jordan 11 Released originally in 1995
Air Jordan 12 Released originally in 1996

Air Jordan 1 Released originally in 1985
Off White Air Jordan 1 Releasing This Month
Air Jordan 3 White Cement Originally Released in 1988
Air Jordan 4 White Cement Originally Released in 1989
Air Jordan 5 Black Metallic Silver 1990
Nike Air Max 1 OG originally released in 1987
Nike Zoom Kobe 4
Nike Zoom Kobe 5 Bruce Lee
Nike Flyknit Trainer OG
Nike Air Yeezy 2 Released in 2012
Air foamposite one Royal Originally released in 1997
Adidas Ultra Boost
Adidas Ultra Boost
Ultra Boost
Adidas NMD
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