Much like baseball athletes tend to wear grass-friendly cleats, basketball athletes are known for wearing high-top sneakers on the court like the ones released by Jordan Brand and Nike. The primary reason behind wearing high-top sneakers is that they protect the athlete’s ankles from injuries, but that does not mean that low-top sneakers are any less safe. Even sneakerheads have varying opinions about high-top sneakers. Some of them prefer collecting low-top sneakers while others think they not the same as and not even close to high-top sneakers. Of course, that does stop Jordan Brand from whipping up new ones, such as this latest Air Jordan 12 Low iteration. Continue reading Could This Nearly All-Red Sneaker Featured Here Be The Air Jordan 31 Low?
It can definitely not be denied that the Air Jordan 12 “French Blue” and the Air Jordan 12 “Wings” were the biggest releases of this weekend. However, it is also a fact that they were not the only sneakers that arrived at retailers this weekend. In particular, the Air Jordan 2 Low made quite a comeback sporting an all-red aesthetic. While those two Air Jordan 12 colorways were likely on the top of the list for many Jordanheads, it does not mean the Air Jordan 2 Low “Gym Red” was not worth copping. In fact, it actually resembles another iconic Air Jordan 2. Continue reading The Recently Released Air Jordan 2 Low Resembles The “Legends of the Summer”
Most Jordanheads happen to be basketball enthusiasts too, but many of them also happen to be fans of basketball as well. Any of those reading this are likely familiar with Gio Gonzalez, who is currently the Washington Nationals’ pitcher. He also happens to be signed with Jumpman at the moment, so Jordan Brand keeps sending him the latest Air Jordan sneakers months prior to their schedule release. Back in December 2015, Jordan Brand had hooked him up with sneakers like the Air Jordan 2 “Radio Raheem,” Air Jordan 4 “Alternate ’89” and the Air Jordan 12 “The Master,” all of which made their official retail debut this year. Continue reading The All-Red AJ2 Low From Gio Gonzalez’s Recent Haul Might Arrive In April