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Jordan Brand Will Drop An All-White Jordan 1 Low No Swoosh For Summer

If sneakerheads try to look back as far as they possibly can, one footwear trend that likely pops up in their mind is that of the all-white leather sneaker. Just about every imaginable footwear brand that has ever existed has dropped a myriad of all-White sneakers at one point or another. In fact, even to this very day, many of those brands continue to release new variations that essentially follow the same basic formula, i.e. the kicks are always entirely clean White. Jordan Brand has also whipped up yet another all-White iteration that is being potentially regarded as the best Air Jordan 1 Low No Swoosh. Continue reading Jordan Brand Will Drop An All-White Jordan 1 Low No Swoosh For Summer

This PSNY x Jordan 1 Might Get Delivered Exclusively To Friends & Family

The last time Jordan Brand and Public School New York had collaborated was during the final month of the previous year. Both these brands kept sneakerheads waiting breathlessly with anticipation over what the two of them were working on. Eventually, December 12th, 2015 had been officially announced as the release date of the PSNY x Jordan Brand collaboration. Sneakerheads probably recall that back near the end of May 2016, Jordan Brand had dropped three Swoolsh-less Air Jordan 1 iterations. That particular variation of Jordan Brand’s first Air Jordan model has now been chosen for their latest collaboration with Public School New York. Continue reading This PSNY x Jordan 1 Might Get Delivered Exclusively To Friends & Family

Another AJ1 Low “No Swoosh” Emerges As First Three Colorways Arrive At Retailers

It was back in 1971 when Carolyn Davidson, a graphic design student from Portland State University, had created the Swoosh logo for Phil Knight, the founder of Nike. The Nike logo apparently symbolizes motion and speed. “Swoosh” apparently also refers to the sound possibly heard when an NBA athlete like Michael Jordan moves at high speed across the basketball court and. Perhaps that is why the Swoosh was present on Nike’s first Jordan Brand sneaker, only to be absent from the Air Jordan 2 onwards. Now it seems even that even these new Air Jordan 1 iterations will not feature the silhouette’s trademark side Swooshes. Continue reading Another AJ1 Low “No Swoosh” Emerges As First Three Colorways Arrive At Retailers