The 2018 NBA All-Star Game took place recently at Staples Center in Los Angeles and the Eastern Conference, a.k.a. Team LeBron, ended up being victorious with a score of 148-145. Back in the 1989 All-Star Game, Michael Jordan was among the starters of the East Team. The 1989 All-Star Game had taken place at the Astrodome in Houston. Although the East Team did not end up winning that year’s All-Star Game, Michael Jordan did his best and put in tremendous effort to close the gap between the scores, which concluded at 143-134. During the game, he was laced up in the Air Jordan 4 “Black/Cement Grey.” Continue reading The Air Jordan 4 “Black/Cement Grey” Might Be Among Air Jordan Releases 2019
Many sneakerheads love it, others hate it, but it is obvious that Jordan Brand has not given up on the Jordan Spiz’ike. Originally, Jordan Brand had actually intended to drop just a single colorway of this hybrid model. However, when Nike took notice of how successful this silhouette turned out to be, numerous colorways were whipped up and hit the shelves all over the globe. Even back in 2015, Jordan Brand dropped a bunch of different colorways of the Jordan Spiz’ike. Sneakerheads may or may not already know, but this year’s Air Jordan releases 2017 will also include several of the original Jordan Spiz’ike “Cement” colorways. Continue reading These Four Jordan Spiz’ike OG “Cement” Colorways Are Making A Comeback In June
It is apparently safe to state that the Air Jordan 3 model is officially making its comeback by the end of this year. Footwear brands tend to drop some of the finest releases of the year on Black Friday and this year’s Black Friday Jordan releases is going to be that of the Air Jordan 3 OG “True Blue”. Coincidentally, Nike Sportswear’s Digital Brand Manager who recently quit also received a special pair of the Air Jordan 3 “Black Cement” as a farewell gift. To further sweeten things up, the Jumpman apparently planning to drop another Air Jordan 3 rendition on Cyber Monday.
A never-before-seen colorway of the Air Jordan 3 is also a part of a new “Kobe Pack” by Jordan Brand, accompanying an Air Jordan 8. The Air Jordan 3 iteration from the pack is apparently sporting an “Away” color scheme, while Gold and Purple accents inspired by the Los Angeles Lakers appear as a part of the signature Cement Elephant print that it features. The Air Jordan 3 rendition that the Jumpman apparently intend to drop on Cyber Monday might look somewhat similar, although they are not the same colorways. In fact, this “Cyber Monday” version will likely more monochromatic than the one from the “Kobe Pack”.
Air Jordan 3 that will not hit the shelves until later this year can be expected to resemble the “Cyber Monday” colorway of the Air Jordan from last year. As of now, no photos of this Air Jordan 3 “Cyber Monday” have been leaked or officially published; it is not yet possible to state what the sneaker will look like. However, since it is being referred to as a “Cyber Monday” colorway, so it can be expected to hit the shelves on November 28th.
It is also being rumored that it will not be featuring the Nike Air logo on its heel and its retail price will apparently be $190. Therefore, stay tuned to 23isBack to get the latest updates from Jordan Brand regarding the Jordan release 2016 of the Air Jordan 3 “Cyber Monday”.
Air Jordan 3 Retro “Cyber Monday”
Release Date: November 28th, 2016
While Jordanheads keep their hopes high for a lot of things, one thing they are likely not expecting is the Jordan release dates 2016 of an Air Jordan 3 to take place, considering that the model was discontinued. Yet someone now owns a fresh pair of the classic, coveted Air Jordan 3 “Black Cement” and that person is Victor Nguyen-Long, who was Nike’s Digital Brand Manage until he recently quit. It is unclear why Victor resigned from his position at Nike, but the Swoosh decided to bid him farewell with a memorable farewell gift that is sure to make many Jordanheads envious. Continue reading Nike Bids Their Former Digital Brand Manager Farewell With An AJ3 “Black Cement”
It was back in November when an all-red exotic Air Jordan 1 featuring elephant print detailing was previewed. However, official photos of the sneaker also popped up too a few days before Christmas, which apparently means that the sneaker will be making its retail debut very soon. Even with 2015 coming to an end, Jordan Brand’s commemoration of their historic 30th Anniversary still continues. So, it is not surprising that the first installment from the iconic Air Jordan line is a brand new lifestyle treatment. Next year could mark the Jordan release 2016 of another colorway of this Air Jordan 1 variant. Continue reading A Black & Grey Lifestyle Air Jordan 1 Variant Arrives In January 2016
This year, one of the most enjoyable and significant moments that took the sneaker community by storm was without the collaboration between Jordan Brand and Supreme. A substantial amount of hype was surrounding Jordan release dates of the three Air Jordan 5 pairs that were a result of the collaboration. It should be obvious why, considering that these two brands are leading the way in their respective industries and both of them have proceeded to expand their reach beyond merely the basketball and skateboarding markets. However, the latest Air Jordan 1 High from Jordan Brand draws inspiration from another Supreme collaboration. Continue reading This Latest AJ1 High Is Inspired By Supreme’s SB Dunk Low From 2002