Amidst all the Air Jordan releases 2018, it is somewhat rare to see a LeBron 15 pair drawing inspiration from Jordan Brand’s signature line. Earlier this month, Nike launched the #LeBronWatch campaign. As a part of it, LeBron James appeared on the court laced up in special LeBron 15 colorways drawing inspiration from Nike’s illustrious history. These included colorways inspired by the Air Diamond Turf Air Max 95 “Neon,” Air Mowabb, Ken Griffey Jr., and even a Nike shoe box from 1972. Unexpectedly though, LeBron James was recently spotted rocking a LeBron 15 iteration that features the color scheme and detailing of a highly coveted Air Jordan 5 colorway.
Jordan Brand is already set to drop three Pure Money-themed Air Jordan releases, but it seems that there will even be a third one. Of course, the first of these is the Air Jordan 4 “Pure Money” that is making its comeback after eleven years, having originally made its retail debut back in 2006. Until recently, this was the only “Pure Money” release from Jordan Brand that sneakerheads were expecting to arrive, but an Air Jordan 7 iteration featuring a similar theme surfaced not too long ago. Perhaps not an official “Pure Money” colorway, but the Jordan Trunner LX seems to have received a similar treatment as well. Continue reading Two New Jordan Trunner LX Colorways Are Arriving Just In Time For Summer
It was back in May 2015 when Jordan Brand had first decided to spread its wings farther within the lifestyle niche and that was when the very first Air Jordan 1 “Pinnacle” iteration had been unveiled. Drawing its attention away from the more performance-related features of the Air Jordan 1, Jordan Brand had instead focused upon making the silhouette more lavish with elements like synthetic snakeskin uppers and using real 24K gold for certain details. The first Air Jordan 1 “Pinnacle” iteration also featured a Metallic Gold pendant-like “Wings” logo. It turns out that Jordan Brand has whipped up another Air Jordan 1 “Pinnacle” and it could arrive soon. Continue reading The Latest Premium Air Jordan 1 “Pinnacle” Release Will Arrive In Low-Top Form
Last year back in December, Jordan Brand made an announcement about the second round of their Retro Remaster initiative. Jordan Brand claimed that retro Air Jordan sneakers tend to remind wearers of a particular game or moment from Michael Jordan’s illustrious career. Jordan Brand had already kick started the “remastered” initiative in 2015, so Jordanheads were already quite familiar with it. The main premise of their next Retro Remaster initiative was to bring back the heel Nike Air logo on retro Air Jordan sneakers. The latest sneaker from this initiative is among next month’s Air Jordan releases 2016 and it is the Air Jordan 5 OG ’90 “Black-Metallic Silver.” Continue reading The Jordan 5 OG “Black Metallic” Joins The Remaster Retro Initiative In July
On the second day of December, Jordan Brand unveiled their new retro remaster initiative that they have in the works, through which retro Air Jordan iterations will receive the Nike Air treatment, among other improvements. Some of these retro Air Jordan sneakers include the Air Jordan 6 “Maroon,” which has already arrived at retailers, and next year’s OG ’89 “White Cement.” However, the official photos that accompanied the post about Jordan Brand’s retro remaster initiative also showcased the Air Jordan 5 “Black Metallic Silver.” This means that next year could mark the Jordan release 2016 of a remastered Air Jordan 5 “Black Metallic Silver” edition. Continue reading Next Year The Air Jordan 5 “Black Metallic Silver” Is Returning Once Again
In recent times, numerous Air Jordan colorways have received the OG “Nike Air” treatment and apparently one particular upcoming Jordan releases 2015 will carry on that trend. It was back in February 2003, when the original “Nike Air” branding made on the on the Air Jordan 3 Retro ’88 “White Cement. Ever since, Jordan Brand has brought back quite a few Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG colorways featuring the “Nike Air” logo, just like back in the days. Apparently, Jordan Brand intends to do the same with colorways of a few other models and the Air Jordan 5 is possibly among them. Continue reading The AJ5 “Metallic Silver” Might Return In 2016 With OG “Nike Air” Branding