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The Air Jordan 13 “Bred” Is Returning For The Third Time In 2017

More than often, it is the color scheme of a particular sneaker colorway that attracts sneakerheads into buying it. As of now, Jordan Brand has numerous classic Air Jordan color schemes, but one that continues to be regarded as the most iconic is none other than the very first one, the “Bred” colorway. More recently, it is even being referred to as the “Banned” colorway due to its association with the first Air Jordan 1 High pair that Michael Jordan wore. Apparently, 2017 is set to mark the return of another well-known “Bred” colorway, this time of the Air Jordan 13, which originally arrived at retailers back in 1998. Continue reading The Air Jordan 13 “Bred” Is Returning For The Third Time In 2017

The Air Jordan 6 Pinnacle “Flight Jacket” Will Arrive In A Special Box

Along with being the G.O.A.T., Michael Jordan has also been among the funniest athlete hosts of Saturday Night Live. Back in 1991, Michael Jordan was one of the biggest sports athletes and so he hosted SNL. He performed several different unforgettable sketches in which he proved to be impressive humors and signified the fact that he understood comedic timing. When Michael Jordan first appeared on Saturday Night Live back in 1991, he was clad in a bedazzling, quilted, olive green-colored bomber jacket. Drawing inspiration from the jacket that Michael Jordan wore on Saturday Night Live, the Air Jordan 6 Pinnacle “Flight Jacket” mimics the same color scheme and construction. Continue reading The Air Jordan 6 Pinnacle “Flight Jacket” Will Arrive In A Special Box

These First Air Jordan 32 Colorways Will Arrive Between January & April 2018

When the Air Jordan 31 was introduced, Jordan Brand revealed that it draws inspiration from the Air Jordan 1. However, the Air Jordan 31 seemed to be more closely inspired by the Nike Zoom BB I. Oddly enough, the sides of the sneaker features a fading Nike “Swoosh” logo and a large Jordan “Jumpman” logo. The traction featured beneath its soles consisted of a double helix pattern, which was likely inspired by that of the Air Jordan 21. The Air Jordan 31 was also equipped with Flightplate, Full length Zoom and unlocked Zoom. As 2017 gradually nears its end, details about the Air Jordan 32 are beginning to surface. Continue reading These First Air Jordan 32 Colorways Will Arrive Between January & April 2018

These Two OVO x Air Jordan 8 Releases Are Finally Arriving In 2018

This past Saturday, hundreds of Drake’s fans gathered outside the newest flagship store of his OVO clothing brand at Yorkdale Mall. The OVO (October’s Very Own) store sells everything from apparel to even lighters and water bottles. Yorkdale Mall happens to be the fourth largest mall in Canada and many of Drake’s fans spent the night outside it in order to be the first customers of the store. Next year, it seems that Drake will even be involved with Jordan Brand for the release of these Air Jordan 8 colorways that sneakerheads may recall seeing before. Hence, these OVO-themed sneakers will be joining next year’s Jordan releases 2018. Continue reading These Two OVO x Air Jordan 8 Releases Are Finally Arriving In 2018

The Air Jordan 6 “Chinese New Year” Commemorates The Year Of The Dog

As many readers might be familiar, the Chinese Zodiac or Sheng Xiao is based on a 12-year cycle, with each year in the cycle corresponding to a specific animal sign. The Chinese lunar calendar is used to determine the animal sign that corresponds to a particular year. For instance, 2017 was the Year of the Rooster, or more specifically the Year of the Fire Rooster. The next Year of the Rooster will be 2041. As for 2018, it will be the Year of the Dog. To celebrate the beginning of the Year of the Dog, it seems that the Jordan releases 2018 an Air Jordan 6 “Chinese New Year.” Continue reading The Air Jordan 6 “Chinese New Year” Commemorates The Year Of The Dog

The Air Jordan 1 Flyknit Will Debut In A “Banned” Colorway In September

It was five years ago when Nike unveiled its innovative and revolutionary Flyknit technology, which continues to alter the very nature of performance-engineered footwear. Before the Flyknit technology was introduced, no one would have imagined that knitted fabrics would be used to construct the uppers of athletic sneakers. In other words, Flyknit technology made new things possible in footwear design, things that would have otherwise been impossible. Even in the world of fashion, Nike’s Flyknit technology has quickly become a leading and preferred choice. It seems that it is now Jordan Brand’s turn to also reap the full and true potential of Nike’s Flyknit technology. Continue reading The Air Jordan 1 Flyknit Will Debut In A “Banned” Colorway In September