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The Air Jordan 11 “Midnight Navy” Featured Here Is 2017’s Black Friday Release

Most shoppers tend to wait for Black Friday in order to take advantage of all the bargains, but Memorial Day sales are equally competitive. In fact, Memorial Day weekend actually marks the beginning of the summer shopping season, with most retailers putting up their spring merchandise and products up on sale at highly discounted prices. As readers in the United States may already know, Memorial Day weekend is among the biggest annual shopping holidays in the U.S. in terms of discounts and sales. However, sneakerheads interested in copping a pair of the Air Jordan 11 “Navy” featured here will have to continue waiting for Black Friday. Continue reading The Air Jordan 11 “Midnight Navy” Featured Here Is 2017’s Black Friday Release

A “Midnight Navy” Colorway Of The Air Jordan 31 Low Has Also Surfaced

As of lately, Jordan Brand seems to have been repeating color schemes on several different Air Jordan models, the Air Jordan 31 Low being the most noteworthy of them all. So far, it does not seem that sneakerheads have been complaining about this trend. For instance, “Pure Platinum” colorways of the Air Jordan 5 and the Air Jordan 13 Low were unveiled quite recently, and on May 5th, Jordan Brand ended up dropping an Air Jordan 31 Low “Pure Platinum.” This time, it seems Jordan Brand borrowed the color scheme of the Air Jordan 11 “Midnight Navy” and whipped up a similar colorway of the Air Jordan 31 Low. Continue reading A “Midnight Navy” Colorway Of The Air Jordan 31 Low Has Also Surfaced

A “Midnight Navy” Colorway Of The Air Jordan 31 Low Has Also Surfaced

As of lately, Jordan Brand seems to have been repeating color schemes on several different Air Jordan models, the Air Jordan 31 Low being the most noteworthy of them all. So far, it does not seem that sneakerheads have been complaining about this trend. For instance, “Pure Platinum” colorways of the Air Jordan 5 and the Air Jordan 13 Low were unveiled quite recently, and on May 5th, Jordan Brand ended up dropping an Air Jordan 31 Low “Pure Platinum.” This time, it seems Jordan Brand borrowed the color scheme of the Air Jordan 11 “Midnight Navy” and whipped up a similar colorway of the Air Jordan 31 Low. Continue reading A “Midnight Navy” Colorway Of The Air Jordan 31 Low Has Also Surfaced

Marcus Jordan Has Unveiled An Air Jordan 16 That Is A Trophy Room-Exclusive

Back in 2010, Nike had attempted to revive a previously successful and popular Footscape model. With a soft inner cushioning and a breathable upper, these kicks were hot a good time back. They were released in two new colorways. The two colorways were both high top models, and featured beige and white colors on them. The toe-box had perforations for adequate ventilation in the Free Hybrid model, while the side-panels featured perforated leather on the Supreme models with squared patterns. Jordan Brand has also been busy doing some revival of its own, with its plans to add the Air Jordan 16 to 2016’s upcoming Jordan releases. Continue reading Marcus Jordan Has Unveiled An Air Jordan 16 That Is A Trophy Room-Exclusive

Drake Is Rocking The Air Jordan 16 “Midnight Navy” That Arrives In December

Had Drake decided to host his Summer Sixteen tour in Montreal at some point in the October of the past couple of years, it would have been considered foolish and imprudent. However, since Canada’s “Sin City” has been experiencing an Indian summer, this is actually the perfect time for the Canadian rapper to perform in his home country. Prior this recent performance at the Bell Centre in Montreal, Drake had suffered an ankle injury due to which he had to postpone a bunch of his tour dates, including one in Toronto. Despite his ankle injury, Drake was recently spotted rocking an Air Jordan sneaker that does not arrive until December. Continue reading Drake Is Rocking The Air Jordan 16 “Midnight Navy” That Arrives In December

The Air Jordan 16 “Midnight Navy” Is Returning & Will Retail For $250 

Jordan Brand had dropped the Air Jordan 16 back in the February 2001, the year in which Michael Jordan had turned 38. The Air Jordan 16 happens to be one of those very few models that had not been designed by Tinker Hatfield. Yet, it had featured a combination of two particular features that Tinker Hatfield had been known for utilizing, namely icy, translucent outsoles and patent leather overlays. However, the removable gaiter of the Air Jordan 16 had been something innovative, something that sneakerheads had never seen before. Sneakerheads will now be able to cop the Air Jordan 16 once again in a colorway from 15 years ago. Continue reading The Air Jordan 16 “Midnight Navy” Is Returning & Will Retail For $250