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These NBA Players Rocked Air Jordan 32 PEs During Nike’s NBA Uniforms Unveiling

The Air Jordan 32 was finally unveiled in its entirety by Jordan Brand by the end of August 2017. Many who are reading this likely already know that the Air Jordan 32 is Jordan Brand’s most innovative basketball-specific sneaker to date, yet it draws inspiration from the Air Jordan 2. The Air Jordan 32 combines a Flyknit construction with Flight Plate and Zoom Air. The Air Jordan 32 is already scheduled to make its retail debut in the “Rosso Corsa” colorway at a price of $185 on September 23rd, 2017. In the meantime, it seems Jordan Brand is busy whipping up PE iterations of the latest Air Jordan model. Continue reading These NBA Players Rocked Air Jordan 32 PEs During Nike’s NBA Uniforms Unveiling

The Air Jordan 32 Has Been Officially Unveiled Along With Two New Colorways

Michael Jordan has always loved with Italian sports cards and much like the Air Jordan 2, the Air Jordan 32 is also inspired by MJ’s obsession with cars like Ferraris. This is why Tate Kuerbis, Nike’s Senior Designer, focused on craftsmanship, design and speed when working on the Air Jordan 32. The Air Jordan 2, the source of inspiration behind Jordan Brand’s latest signature model, was designed as a luxury shoe that would still perform impressively on a basketball court. Prior to designing the Air Jordan 2, Bruce Kilgore and Peter Moore actually visited Italy to draw inspiration from Italian craftsmanship. Continue reading The Air Jordan 32 Has Been Officially Unveiled Along With Two New Colorways

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 13 “Bred” Has Joined The Model’s Other Returning OG Colorways

As of now, sneakerheads already know about a number of brand new and original Air Jordan 13 releases that Jordan Brand will be dropping in 2017. The foremost of them all is undoubtedly the Air Jordan 13 “Black Cat,” considering that sneakerheads learned about its arrival last year. By end of 2016, Jordan Brand released the Air Jordan 6 “Black Cat” and this year, the Air Jordan 13 is receiving the “Black Cat” treatment. However, it turns out that 2017 may end up marking the comeback of more original Air Jordan 13 colorways than sneakerheads may have expected. Apparently, the Air Jordan 13 “Bred” is joining the Air Jordan releases 2017 too. Continue reading The Air Jordan 13 “Bred” Has Joined The Model’s Other Returning OG Colorways

The Bred-Themed Air Jordan 13 “Black/True Red” Returns Once Again In 2017

As the 1998 NBA Finals was coming to an end, both Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls were seemingly exhausted. It almost seemed like the Chicago Bulls would not end up winning their 6th NBA title. With merely 37 seconds remaining on the clock, Michael Jordan reasserted his position as the G.O.A.T. and the rest of the Bulls followed in his footsteps, providing to be one of the league’s best basketball teams. At the last moment, Michael Jordan made a game-winning jumpman shot and scored 45 points. 1998 was also the same year in which the returning Air Jordan 13 OG “Black/True Red” debuted. Continue reading The Bred-Themed Air Jordan 13 “Black/True Red” Returns Once Again In 2017

Jordan Brand Celebrated “Banned” Day With Exclusive & New Releases & Even A Restock

Despite what many sneakerheads have been lead to believe, the tale behind the pair of sneakers that the NBA had banned Michael Jordan from wearing is still shrouded by mystery. It is definitely true that a certain pair of sneakers that Michael Jordan had worn on the court at the advent of his career had gotten banned by the NBA. Within the sneaker community, it is widely believed that it had been a pair of the Air Jordan 1 that had gotten banned. Having become widely known as the Air Jordan 1 “Banned,” an exclusive and limited variation of the sneaker unexpectedly hit the shelves on “Banned” Day. Continue reading Jordan Brand Celebrated “Banned” Day With Exclusive & New Releases & Even A Restock