Jordan Brand already has a head start on the upcoming Fall season. Continuing the lineage of the Air Jordan signature series, some of the most notable models receive an off-court makeover. Jordan heads will be provided with the Air Jordan 1, 2, 8, 11 and 13, all exuding inspiration from MJ’s casual style.
Both the Air Jordan 1 and Air Jordan 2 become rebuilt thanks to premium materials on each respective upper. Premium tumbled leather makes its way onto the paneling of MJ’s first signature sneaker while the GOAT’s second model continues the previously launched “Decon” iteration in black, navy or sail colorway options. The aforementioned Air Jordan 1 will don all-black on its upper with subtle red detailing on its tongue labeling, which was previously teased back in May.
Next in line is the Air Jordan 8. Set to drop in two new colorways, the model pays homage to highly notable colorways of the past: “Cement” and “Cool Grey.” Each display suede on their mid-foot straps while a special “1993″ hit makes its way on each heel tab.
The Air Jordan 4′s “Fire Red” color scheme makes its way onto the Air Jordan 11 Low IE. Only seen as a sample worn by Michael Jordan in 1996, MJ never actually played in this model. It’s white base is complemented by subtle black on its tongue logo and sock lining while “Fire Red” makes its way around the silhouette and on its outsole.
Closing out the range is the Air Jordan 13 “History of Flight.” Initially unveiled back in 2009, this special edition was accompanied by the rest of Jordan’s signatures in order to celebrate the line’s 25th anniversary. Up until now the white-based 13 could only be admired from a distance behind glass. Soon, you’ll be able to add it to your own collection in celebration of the Air Jordan 13′s twenty-year anniversary.
Take a look at the images above of Jordan Brand’s upcoming fall footwear offering and stay tuned for concrete release info for each.
This is to celebrate the GOAT’s time at UNC. It feature the Air Jordan 2 and the Converse Fast break low. Grab them June 28th for $300
JORDAN X CONVERSE PACK
RELEASE DATE: JUNE 28TH, 2017$300
WHERE TO BUY: AIR JORDAN 13/14 “DEFINING MOMENTS” PACK
The project coincides with his upcoming album, Grateful, which is scheduled to drop on June 23. While there are no release details on the sneaker, you do have a chance to win a pair by pre-ordering the album. Check out the video below for a look at the sneakers.
Nike’s Air Max 95 model is one classic Swoosh runner that has seen its fair share of colorway renditions just this year alone. One of the latest models to join the storied catalog is this Air Max 95 “Wolf Grey/Team Red” rework. The signature grey hue lands on the eyestay and outsole area, while hits of white can be found on the toe, side panels and midsole. Lively pops of red seen on the side panel region and tongue tag branding finish off the new design. While release dates and locations have yet to be confirmed, be sure to check back for more details.
In another look at the Nike Air Max 95 model, check out the newly released “Light Bone” colorway option
With about a week and a half left of 2016, it’s time to look back and review what the past 12 months had to offer. 2016 saw sneaker prices rising to an all-time high with shoes such as Nike’s $720 USD auto-lacing MAG and $350 USD YEEZYs. However, the real coin comes from the sneaker resale industry, with customers dishing out for the steep price tags. Thanks to StockX, an online stock market for sneakers, we can see which shoes fetched the highest aftermarket prices this past year. As you can imagine, the list is dominated by adidas and Nike. Take a look at the most expensive sneakers of 2016 from the resale market.
Most Expensive Sneakers of 2016 – (From Resale)
10. adidas YEEZY BOOST 350 “Pirate Black” – Original price: $200 USD; Resale: $1,264 USD
9. BAPE x adidas NMD – Original price: $150 USD; Resale value: $1,309 USD
8. adidas YEEZY BOOST 750 “Glow in the Dark” – Original price: $350 USD; Resale: $1,565 USD
7. adidas 3D Runner – Original price: $333 USD; Resale value: $1,601 USD
6. Air Jordan 1 “Satin” – Original price: $175 USD; Resale value: $1,955 USD
5. adidas NMD “Red Apple” – Original price: $170 USD; Resale value: $2,327 USD
4. adidas NMD “Pitch Black” – Original price: N/A; Resale value: $2,972 USD
3. Nike HyperAdapt 1.0 Original price: $720 USD; Resale value: $3,528 USD
2. adidas Pharrell Human Race NMD “Friends and Family” – Original: N/A; Resale: $7,535 USD
1. Nike MAG Original price: N/A; Resale value: $28,638 USD
We are Sure you have seen the Air Jordan 12 in a black and white colorway celebrating 2017′s Chinese New Year, but Jordan Brand has another colorway of the 12 up its sleeve for the occasion. Paired together in a pack, the second colorway is a neutral beige and gold makeup. Inspired by Chinese woven bamboo, the shoe’s tongue is embroidered with the Chinese words “er shi,” meaning 20, celebrating Jordan Brand’s 20th anniversary in the Chinese market. Additionally, the pack includes an Air Jordan XXXI equipped with Flyweave and Flightspeed technology. Available in limited quantities, the Chinese New Year pack will be available in Hong Kong on December 25, and online on January 7.
Pairing knit uppers with the multicolor effect is a surefire recipe for sneaker success, so it comes as no surprise that adidas has now given its new Ultra Boost ST the rainbow treatment. Fresh off the release of its similarly-executed “Year of the Monkey” Ultra Boost, the Three Stripes’ latest running silhouette features a primarily tonal blue color scheme accented by polychromatic threading near the toebox. The luxurious stability shoe’s more performance-related features, meanwhile, include a plush-but-supportive Boost-cushioned midsole, adaptive Primeknit upper and STRETCHWEB outsole, which provides the Ultra Boost ST with a smooth, yet stable ride. Look for the adidas Ultra Boost ST “Multicolor” now at select adidas retailers worldwide.
Multicolored Primeknit debuted with the Samba Primeknit back in 2014 and now the look has come to the beloved Ultra Boost in honor of the Chinese New Year. Hot on the heels of the limited edition “Mystery Grey” colorway, the “Year of the Monkey” look celebrates the occasion with special tongue branding and bright red lining as a predominately navy upper is accompanied by a multicolored knit that mimics the look of a mudguard. As expected, the fan-favorite Boost midsole and Continental rubber outsole finish things off.
Though sold out online, the special Ultra Boosts can be found now at select Three Stripes stockists.
In the midst of coaching the Toronto team during the NBA’s All-Star games and receiving the keys to his hometown, Drake is undoubtedly having an event-filled weekend. Nevertheless, he took to Instagram to unveil a pair of OVO x Air Jordan 8 retro sneakers in a Kentucky blue colorway. The timing doesn’t seem coincidental as Jordan Brand dropped the Retro 10 “OVO” today, alongside an apparel collection. While there’s no word yet on whether these are player exclusives, we’re hoping more information will be revealed soon.