Nike Year Of The Dragon Collection, including Destroyer Jacket – New Images

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In what has become an annual tradition, Nike draws inspiration from the Chinese zodiac for the 11th year in a row. The impeccable attention for detail portrayed in this collection is the best yet. Four models – Air Force 1 Low Supreme, Air Jordan 2012, Nike Kobe VII System and Nike Zoom KD IV, were reworked to capture their association with the mythical creature. The collection of shoes represent the pinnacle of performance footwear, celebrating the past and present, with elite franchise styles. Nike designers aligned Chinese culture to cosmopolitan aesthetics and added a touch of novelty to the nobility and greatness of the dragon. The number of four echoes a Chinese idiom that dragons rise out of FOUR seas, conveying best wishes for the Chinese new year.

In addition to the four footwear styles, the Nike Destroyer Jacket will hit the street at the same time. Also inspired by dragon robe, it features woolen texture with black suede sleeves. The dragon theme is illustrated through the lining, plus dragon claws embroidered both in the lining and the back, set alive by the cloud-and-bat design. The Destroyer Jacket will be available alone or along with the Nike Air Force 1 Low Supreme, both in the limited edition packaging.

via high snobiety

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One comment on “Nike Year Of The Dragon Collection, including Destroyer Jacket – New Images

  1. […] Nike Year of the Dragon Collection encompassed four editions – Nike Zoom KD IV, Air Jordan 2012, Nike Air Force 1 Low Supreme, and Nike Kobe VII System Supreme, each chosen not only because of their signature status on Nike’s product portfolio, but characters of the athletes who wore them, past and present. Four shoes, four ideals, each a symbol of a dragon’s might as this brief introductory video describes. Assembled for a collective launch this weekend, the Nike Year of the Dragon is now available at selected retail locations worldwide. […]

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