Jordanheads probably do not realize that the “Chrome” iteration is not an OG version of the Air Jordan 8. In fact, it is recognized as the first non-OG edition of the model. This colorway of the Air Jordan 8 was never worn by Michael Jordan during an actual game, considering that it made its retail debut back in 2003, long after MJ had retired from the sport. Yet, the model is undeniably iconic and when combined with this monochromatic color scheme, it became an instant hit. However, there is another reason behind its popularity, which makes the Jordan release of the returning Air Jordan 8 “Chrome” even more special. Continue reading What Let The Jordan 8 “Chrome” To Become Such A Popular Non-OG Iteration?
The Jordans release of the Air Jordan 8 “Chrome” will be Jordan Brand’s last major retro release of this year. A majority of Jordanheads will have to wait until the next month nears its end in order to get their hands on this highly-anticipated retro, but one particular lucky individual has already copped a pair. Rip Hamilton is once again in the news for becoming the proud owner of a pair of sneakers that have not even hit the shelves yet, and of course, the soon to be released Air Jordan 8 “Chrome.” Continue reading Rip Hamilton Is Fortunate Enough To Already Have A Jordan 8 “Chrome” Pair
This year, an NBA exhibition game is set to take place in Africa for the very first time. Chris Paul is one of the 20 NBA stars who are currently South Africa, preparing for the game that will take place in downtown Johannesburg at a small arena. Not so long ago, Chris Paul was busy dismissing rumors that there was some tension between him and DeAndre Jordan and his summer has apparently gotten even livelier. Perhaps that is why he recently decided to lace up in a colorway of the Air Jordan 6 that has not hit the shelves yet, but will be arriving at retailers on of the upcoming August jordan 2015 release dates. Continue reading Chris Paul Wears AJ6 Low “Black/Chrome” At Summer League Game In South Africa
Next year will not only mark the anniversaries of several Air Jordan models, it will also mark the anniversaries of many of Michael Jordan’s achievements that have been under his belt for years now. It is true that many of next year’s Spring Jordan releases 2016 have already been officially announced and the sneakers that will be arriving on those dates have also been unveiled. However, those are merely the tip of the iceberg because there are many other sneakers that are being predicted to hit the shelves in 2016. Continue reading Predictions: OG & Retro Jordan Colorways That Could Arrive In 2016 [Part 1]
It was back in 2002 when Jordan Brand unveiled the Low form of their sixth signature sneaker model to the global sneaker community. Many Jordanheads probably recognize the Air Jordan 6 Low for being the sneaker that Michael Jordan wore when he was headed towards winning the very first championship of his career. After the “Oreo” iteration of the model was revealed not so long ago, the Air Jordan 6 Low will also be hitting the shelves in a “Chrome” colorway on one of the upcoming Jordan release dates 2015. Continue reading Jordan Brand Is Re-Releasing The Air Jordan 6 Low “Chrome” After 13 Years
Merely a quarter of this month will come to an end next month and Jordan Brand has already unveiled the Air Jordan kicks they are planning to drop this holiday season. Rumors had already been circulating over the web about some of the pairs included in Jordan Brand’s holiday lineup, while several new, unexpected sneakers have also been previewed. Apparently, the late October Jordan release dates 2015 will mark the gradual arrival one Jordan holiday release after another at retailers. Continue reading JB’s Holiday 2015 Releases Consists Of Six Different AJ Retros