The 2018 NBA All-Star Game took place on February 18th in Los Angeles at the Staples Center. This year, Jordan Brand celebrated the All-Star festivities by unveiling several colorways of the Air Jordan 3, including the Air Jordan 3 “Tinker” and a revamped sample version of the Air Jordan 3 “White Cement.” However, since there were no special All-Star Air Jordan releases 2018, you are probably looking forward to next year’s All-Star Weekend. The 2019 NBA All-Star Weekend is scheduled to take place on February 17th next year and apparently, a “University Blue” colorway of the Air Jordan 9 will hit the shelves during next year’s All-Star Weekend. Continue reading This Air Jordan 9 “University Blue” Will Arrive During The 2019 All-Star Weekend
Earlier this year, Jordan Brand made it very apparent that along with bringing back original colorways of the Air Jordan 12, they were also planning to drop brand new iterations of the model as well. It was earlier in March of this year when this upcoming rendition of the Air Jordan 12, which is featured here, was first unveiled. Instagram user @realchickenwop was one of the first to not only share photos of this sneaker but also inform that its official nickname is “Grey University Blue-White.” It did not take long for avid Jordanheads to notice its color blocking is somewhat similar to that of the OG “Obsidian.” Continue reading The Jordan 12 “Grey University Blue-White” Borrows The Color Blocking Of The OG “Obsidian”
The Air Jordan 12 GS “University Blue” has finally joined this month’s Air Jordan releases 2016 by making its retail debut and the sneaker has quite the back story behind it. Children and women should definitely rejoice, considering that Jordan Brand is dropping an Air Jordan 12 exclusively in their sizes. It is probably very disappointing for old-school male Jordanheads since many of them have been waiting for this sneaker to receive the retro treatment once again so they could lace up in it. This is because Carmelo Anthony once rocked a variation of this iteration on the court during the 2003–04 NBA season. Continue reading This Air Jordan 12 GS “University Blue” Was Once A Carmelo Anthony PE
Jordanheads who are already aware that this Air Jordan 12 colorway exists and have come across details regarding its sizing have probably been scratching their heads. They have likely been wondering why Jordan Brand could not have crafted the Air Jordan 12 GS “University Blue” to be available in adult sizes too. Unfortunately, this sneaker will only be worth copping for those who happen to be small-footed enough that they are able to lace up in GS-sized kicks. While this sneaker joins all the other Air Jordan 12 iterations that are scheduled to arrive, it is not the only one to sport the “University Blue” hue. Continue reading Both These Jordan 12 & Jordan 12 GS Sport Traces Of University Blue
The Duke University Blue Devils and the University of North Carolina Tar Heels happen to be top rivals in college basketball met this Wednesday to settle the score. Currently, both the Blue Devils and the Tar Heels managed to score just two victories respectively against other ranked teams. Apart from taking their rivalry to another level, this game will likely be bring out the best of both these teams, considering the approaching NBA draft in March. Above all, the game also served as a platform that teased the possibility of the Jordan release dates of another new Air Jordan 30 colorway. Continue reading The Tar Heels Rocked New AJ 30 During Losing Game Against Blue Devils
With all the Jordan release dates 2014 that were being announced from the very beginning of this year, the second week was a major treat for fans of Jordan 11. 23 is Back had already received confirmation from a source that Jordan Brand would be releasing the “Columbia” colorway of Jordan 11. Moreover, sneakerheads had also been treated with Jordan 11 “Blackout,” which had been released on February 17th. However, earlier that week, Jordan Brand had provided fans with a glimpse at yet another great pair.
The pair was actually a sample of the “University Blue/Black-White,” which was revealed just a day after Jordan Brand had shown a sample of Jordan 10. This Air Jordan 11 features an upper in tonal University Blue with a black mesh-weave lining inside and the heel sports a white Jumpman logo. The curious thing about the preview was that this pair was dated as Spring 2010, even though they were never released in 2010 and there is still time until they are released. Similarly, Jordan 10 sample that had been previewed was also dated as Spring of 2008, even though it had never been released back then.