In addition to all the Air Jordan releases 2019 Jordan Brand has been dropping, the Air Jordan 4 seems to have received the Flyknit treatment. As you may know, Flyknit is Nike’s groundbreaking patented construction technology that invoves the use of pliable fabrics and yarns. All of Nike’s Flyknit engineered sneakers have become known for their breathable, lightweight and seamless uppers that offer a snug fit. The lacing system and lateral uppers of Nike Flyknit sneakers consist of cables and once tied, they become formfitting. Of course, this is not the first time that Jordan Brand has borrwed Nike’s Flyknit technology for an Air Jordan model.
In case sneakerheads are not aware, House of Hoops is the joint concept retail venture that Foot Locker and Nike collaboratively launched in Harlem, New York back in November 2017. As of now, the concept store has locations spread throughout New York City, the rest of the nation and even in Europe. House of Hoops has become known for releasing limited and Player Edition colorways, and more. Back in 2015, the largest House of Hoops installation was opened at 2 Penn Plaza, outside Madison Square Garden. Borrowing the retail venture’s name, Jordan Brand has collaborated with Steve Wiebe on a Jordan House of Hoops Collection. Continue reading This Steve Wiebe x Jordan House Of Hoops Collection Features Unique Tattooed Artwork
As sneakerheads may or may not know, Jordan Brand decided to draw inspiration for their latest lifestyle sneaker model from the Air Jordan 4. For those who do not know, this new silhouette has been dubbed the Jordan Fly 89, which is both inspired by and a tribute to the Air Jordan 4. In fact, the “89” in its nickname is a reference to the year in which Jordan Brand introduced the Air Jordan 4. Thus, the Fly 89 features some of the Air Jordan 4’s most noteworthy design elements. The Jordan Fly 89 will soon be arriving at retailers in three different colorways. Continue reading These Jordan Fly 89 Colorways Might Make Their Retail Debut Exclusively In Europe
Jordan Brand and Nike do not produce all-Red sneakers very frequently. Arguably, one of Nike’s most iconic and popular all-Red sneakers was the Air Yeezy 2 “Red October,” which made its retail debut back in February 2014. Back in December 2016, the Air Jordan 12 seemed to have received the “Red October” treatment. It was Instagram user @chickenwop_ who shared two different photos of the all-Red Air Jordan 12 iteration, which never really arrived at retailers last year but it might in 2017. Regardless, Jordan Brand already seems to have whipped up a brand new, nearly all-Red sneaker, this time utilizing the Air Jordan 5 as the base. Continue reading This Upcoming Air Jordan 5 “University Red” Is Almost Entirely Covered In Red
It was 2 months ago that Nike dropped the Air Jordan 11Lab4, and now they have dropped the “University Red” rendition of the sneaker, which many sneakerheads have been yearning to possess. While the debuting Black and White color combination of the model was quite clean and retro, this all-Red version is the one that tends to stand out. As scheduled, the Air Jordan 11Lab4 has arrived at retailers on one of the Jordan release dates 2015 that Nike had confirmed earlier. Continue reading The Glossy & Vibrant Jordan 11Lab4 “University Red” Has Finally Hit The Shelves
In the history of Jordan Brand’s signature sneakers, the Air Jordan 1 has been one of the most admired and renowned models, which is the reason its colorways have always been the most coveted. The same can be said about this never-before-seen iteration of the Air Jordan 1 that surfaced earlier this month and is being referred as the “Rare Air.” Although there are still no hints of any of the upcoming Jordan release dates 2015 being associated with this interesting and unique Air Jordan 1 colorway, but more new photos of the pair have certainly emerged. Continue reading The Jordan 1 “Rare Air” Is Quite A Unique Air Jordan 1 Pair