One of the Air Jordan 11‘s most iconic colorways will make its comeback as a part of next year’s Air Jordan releases 2019. Jordan Brand might be setting a new annual Holiday Season tradition of bringing back iconic Air Jordan 11 colorways during December. The Air Jordan 11 “Concord” made its highly-anticipated return this year. In fact, it just hit the shelves at a long list of retailers on December 8th so hurry up and grab your pair(s) now at a price of $220. While the Air Jordan 11 “Bred” has been re-released before, those who do not own a pair yet would not want to miss its return.
Back in 2016, Jordan Brand unveiled the Air Jordan 1 Satin as a limited edition variation of the model, which made its retail debut on October 18th that year at a price of $175. This was the first time that a majority of the Air Jordan 1’s uppers were made up of satin material instead of the traditional leather. At the time of its debut, the Air Jordan 1 Satin was dressed up in the “Banned” or “Bred” color scheme. For the very first time, the Air Jordan 5 is also receiving the Satin treatment and it will also be dressed up in a “Bred” color scheme. Continue reading The Air Jordan 5 Satin “Bred” Was Originally A Prototype Back In 1990
If you happen to be a basketball enthusiast, you have likely heard of SLAM magazine, even if you have not actually ever read it. The basketball magazine has been in circulation since back in 1994. Back in 2014, SLAM collaborated with Foot Locker to put together a collectors issue revolving around the Air Jordan 1 to the Air Jordan 6, which was dubbed “JORDANS Vol. 1.” The tagline of the issue was, “Step Inside The Greatest Line Of All Time.” Ever since, SLAM has published two more special JORDANS volumes. Recently, JORDANS Vol. 4 was also published and it was entirely dedicated to the Air Jordan 1. Continue reading SLAM Magazine’s Latest JORDANS Vol. 4 Issue Revolves Around The Air Jordan 1
As part of celebrating the Air Jordan 3’s 30th anniversary this year, Jordan Brand brought back the “Black/Cement” colorway. It joined this year’s Air Jordan releases 2018 on February 17th. The special thing about the return of the Air Jordan 3 “Black/Cement” was that it once again featured the “Nike Air” branding on its heels, which was last seen on this iteration back in 2001. Of course, many original Air Jordan 4 colorways will also return next year for its 30th anniversary. In fact, Jordan Brand is bringing back both the Air Jordan 4 “Bred” and the Air Jordan 6 “Infrared,” both with the heel “Nike Air” branding. Continue reading The Air Jordan 4 & Air Jordan 6 Are Returning With “Nike Air”
Back in May, you got your first look at the Paris Saint-Germain x Air Jordan 5. By the time May came to an end, Jordan Brand had unveiled a brand new colorway of the Air Jordan 5, designed exclusively for the small-footed sneakerheads. While this Air Jordan 5 GS colorway does not have a nickname, you can clearly see that its almost entirely plain White uppers are made up of tumbled leather. Adding a pop of contrast, Aqua- and Orange-colored accents can be spotted throughout, while it is equipped with icy, translucent Purple-colored outsoles too. In the coming months, several other colorways will join upcoming Air Jordan releases 2018. Continue reading These Three Air Jordan 5 Colorways Will Be Arriving In The Coming Months
The 2018 NBA All-Star Weekend and Game are long gone. The 67th edition of the All-Star Game was played in Los Angeles at Staples Center on February 18th. Ultimately, the Los Angeles Lakers (Team LeBron) were victorious against the Los Angeles Clippers (Team Stephen). Earlier that month, on February 10th, Jordan Brand dropped an “LA All-Star” colorway of the Air Jordan 9 in commemoration of the exhibition game. Overall, the sneaker was dressed up in a simple Black and White color, but the highlight was Los Angeles map on both insoles. This month, Jordan Brand has already dropped another, a “Bred” colorway of the Air Jordan 9. Continue reading The Air Jordan 9 “Bred” / “PE” Is No Longer A Player Exclusive