Most of the readers here are likely also fans of basketball and follow the sport in the NBA. Within the professional basketball circle, Michael Jordan is widely recognized as the G.O.A.T., but his brief stint in the Minor League Baseball (MiLB) was also nothing short of impressive. Even though it may seem like Michael Jordan may not have accomplished much on the diamond, but his talent cannot be overlooked and his feats in baseball are surely worth mentioning. Drawing inspiration from Michael Jordan’s second favorite sport, Jordan Brand has whipped up an iteration of the Air Jordan 9 that resembles baseball mitts. Continue reading This Limited Iteration Of The Air Jordan 9 Draws Inspiration From Baseball Mitts
As fans of Michael Jordan might recall, the G.O.A.T. once participated in a single minor baseball league season back in 1994 as a member of the Birmingham Baron. As of lately, comparisons are being made between Michael Jordan Tim Tebow, regarding who is better at baseball. 23 years have already passed since Michael Jordan debut in his one and only professional baseball season. The Birmingham Barons was chosen as Michael Jordan’s first team because the Double-A Southern League had a lot of talented athletes. Jordan Brand has not forgotten Michael Jordan’s former team because the Air Jordan 11 Low colorway inspired by them is arriving soon. Continue reading The Air Jordan 11 Low “Barons” Is Finally Arriving In Full Family Sizing
As of lately, Jordan Brand seems to have been repeating color schemes on several different Air Jordan models, the Air Jordan 31 Low being the most noteworthy of them all. So far, it does not seem that sneakerheads have been complaining about this trend. For instance, “Pure Platinum” colorways of the Air Jordan 5 and the Air Jordan 13 Low were unveiled quite recently, and on May 5th, Jordan Brand ended up dropping an Air Jordan 31 Low “Pure Platinum.” This time, it seems Jordan Brand borrowed the color scheme of the Air Jordan 11 “Midnight Navy” and whipped up a similar colorway of the Air Jordan 31 Low. Continue reading A “Midnight Navy” Colorway Of The Air Jordan 31 Low Has Also Surfaced
The hype for all-red sneakers has always been grand and over the years, Jordan Brand has been contributing to. Back in 2014, it was being widely rumored and speculated that Jordan Brand had whipped up an Air Jordan 11 “Red” colorway as a Player Exclusive for Carmelo Anthony. The final photos of the sneaker had popped up online in May that year and since then, there has been absolutely no news regarding whether that sneaker will ever hit the shelves. Fortunately though, it seems that Jordan Brand has whipped up another similar Air Jordan 11 “Gym Red” colorway that is actually going to arrive at retailers later in 2017. Continue reading This Air Jordan 11 “Gym Red” Will Be Among The Holiday 2017 Releases
The latest colorway of the Air Jordan 6 that arrived at retailers was the Air Jordan 6 “Still Blue,” which was an exclusive for small-footed sneakerheads. Many were speculating that the sneaker was likely a part of Jordan Brand’s “Pantone” Collection. Regardless, it ended up retailing at a price of $140 from March 25th. Ever since the release of the Air Jordan 6 “Alternative” in March, all the other sneakerheads have probably been eagerly waiting for a brand new colorway of the Air Jordan 6 to make its retail debut. Judging from the photo seen above, a new iteration might actually end up joining upcoming Air Jordan releases 2017. Continue reading Could This Air Jordan 6 Be The “Gatorade” Or An Upcoming “Satin” Release?