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The Air Jordan 4 “Fire Red” Will Join The Air Jordan Releases 2019

Fire Red is one of the more noteworthy hues that Jordan Brand has incorporated into some of the most popular Air Jordan colorways. The Air Jordan 3 “Katrina,” which finally made its retail debut this very month, has also been referred to as “Fire Red” since the hue happens to be a part of its Black, Cement Grey and White color combination. Back in 1989, Jordan Brand also whipped up a “Fire Red” colorway of the Air Jordan 4. Considering that next year marks its 30 anniversary, the “Fire Red” will be one of several returning original colorways that will join the Air Jordan releases 2019. Continue reading The Air Jordan 4 “Fire Red” Will Join The Air Jordan Releases 2019

Sneakerheads Can Bid On Michael Jordan’s Game-Worn Air Jordan 4 “Fire Red” Pair

The Air Jordan 4 is a favorite among sneakerheads and over the years, it has arrived at retailers in a myriad of original colorways along with receiving the retro treatment several times. Back in 1989, the classic “Fire Red” colorway had taken the sneaker community by storm and its popularity has not diminished, despite its minimalistic style. This is perhaps because it is an original colorway that even Michael Jordan himself had rocked on the court in the year of its release. Sneakerheads could probably not even dream of owning Michael Jordan’s game-worn Air Jordan 4 “Fire Red” pair, but sneakerheads actually got a chance to. Continue reading Sneakerheads Can Bid On Michael Jordan’s Game-Worn Air Jordan 4 “Fire Red” Pair

The Air Jordan 5 “Neymar” Is An Entirely 3M Sneaker With Neymar-Specific Details

It was back in November 2015 when news surfaced about Jordan Brand’s plan to dress up the low-top form of the Air Jordan 5 in the classic “Fire Red” colorway that debuted on the regular cut of the silhouette. Even the apparently scheduled date had been revealed last year and quite accurately, the Air Jordan 5 Low “Fire Red” hit the shelves just recently on March 12th and was available for $170. However, Jordanheads are likely aware by now that a far more captivating and inspiring rendition of the Air Jordan 5 Low is on its way, which is apparently designed by and named after Neymar. Continue reading The Air Jordan 5 “Neymar” Is An Entirely 3M Sneaker With Neymar-Specific Details

The Air Jordan Spike 40 Hits Shelves Again This Month In Fire Red

Within the sneaker community, Spike Lee is widely recognized as the man responsible for playing a part in the creation of the Jordan Spizike, which was inspired by his Mars Blackmon commercials. Until recently, many Jordanheads may have assumed that the days of Jordan Brand and Spike Lee collaborating with each other were over. Obviously, it would have been quite a surprise for them when the Air Jordan Spike 40 was unexpectedly introduced not so long ago, without any warning. Of course, the Jordan release of the Spike 40 was not supposed to be a one-time occurrence, so it will once again arrive at retailers this month in another colorway. Continue reading The Air Jordan Spike 40 Hits Shelves Again This Month In Fire Red

Supreme x AJ5 Arrives Online In US & In-Store In London & Tokyo

Stateside Jordanheads are likely glad that they did not have to head out to a retail store in order to cop a pair from the Supreme x Air Jordan 5 collaboration. The U.S. upcoming jordan releases 2015 of Supreme x Air Jordan 5 took place online and collectors within the nation should definitely be thankful about it. However, sneakerheads in London and Tokyo were not as fortunate since the Supreme x Air Jordan 5 was released in-store in the two cities. Of course, this meant that they had to step out in order to grab a pair and it should not be too hard to imagine what it may have been like. Continue reading Supreme x AJ5 Arrives Online In US & In-Store In London & Tokyo