Sneakerheads will agree that one of the things that make sneakers unique is the fact that along with being comfortable, they simultaneously also tend to be quite fashionable. They happen to be both aesthetical and athletic, and can be worn for both leisure and sports. Sneakerheads do not even need an excuse to rock sneakers all day long. With summer approaching, sneakerheads are probably awaiting the arrival of sneakers that they will be able to lace up in during the warm and hot months ahead. Jordan Brand have already unveiled the Air Jordan releases 2017 that will be the highlights of their Spring/Summer 2017 Retro Collection. Continue reading Jordan Brand Have Already Unveiled Their Spring/Summer 2017 Air Jordan Retro Collection
Jordan Brand kicked off the month of December with an announcement that they are turning their Retro Remaster program up a notch. Jordan Brand claims that various retro Air Jordan sneakers remind Jordanheads of particular games and/or moments from Michael Jordan’s illustrious career. For instance, the Air Jordan 1 might remind them of the time when Michael Jordan scored 63 points, or the Air Jordan 4 might remind them of MJ’s last-minute miracles that he performed laced up in the silhouette. Continue reading Jordan Brand’s “Remastered” Initiative Has Evolved With Nike Air Branding & Other Refinements
23 is Back confirm the fact with quite certainty that it has quite a few years now since Jordan 13 Low was last seen. Although the thirst has been quenched by a couple of different colorways new jordans, the “OG” makeups that made these shoes so appealing have not been seen. Since the “Black/Navy” and “Chutney” colorways of Jordan 13 Low have never been retroed, the date of release of these and other AJ 13 Low colorways might be included among the remastered Jordan release 2015.
Although 23isBack does not have any true knowledge which particular colorway of Jordan 13 Low will actually be remastered, the recently leaked list reveals that Jordan Brand might be planning to release 4 to 5 colorways.
Tinker Hatfield did not meet up with Michael Jordan when he was thinking up Jordan 13 . Tinker simply had an idea based on MJ’s resemblance to a panther when playing on the court. Michael was not surprised when Tinker told him that he looked like a panther on the court because even Michael’s friends had nicknamed him “black cat.” Thus, Jordan 13 was born.
Jordan 13 featured one of the most unique sole that Jordan Brand had ever released. Anyone who owns or has taken a look at a pair will agree that the sole resembles a panther’s paw to quite an extent. There was also a circular hologram by the heel of Jordan 13. Up close, a basketball, the Jumpman logo, and the number 23 could be seen in it.
Jordan Brand released Jordan 13 in five different models between 1997 and 1998 with a price tag of $150, and two low models had also been released during that time, which retailed for $130. Jordan 13 was released by Jordan Brand between 2004 and 2005. Now, Air Jordan release dates 2015 rumors are pointing at the possible re-release of 4 to 5 different previous colorways of Jordan 13 Low as remastered versions.