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The Air Jordan 31 Low Is Receiving The “Oreo” Treatment In April 2017

Perhaps oreos are one of Michael Jordan’s most favorite treats because the “Oreo” theme has been one of the most popular color schemes to have been featured on Air Jordan sneakers. The first time Jordan Brand dropped an “Oreo” colorway was back in 1999 and it was of the Air Jordan 4. After sixteen years, Jordan Brand finally brought back the Air Jordan 4 “Oreo” back in February 2015 and nearly two months later, they even dropped a cleats variation of the sneaker. In case sneakerheads were wondering if Air Jordan releases 2017 would include a similar colorway, apparently the Air Jordan 31 Low is receiving the “Oreo” treatment. Continue reading The Air Jordan 31 Low Is Receiving The “Oreo” Treatment In April 2017

Jordan Brand Is Set To Drop Two Dub Zero Colorways In November & December

The Air Jordan Dub Zero had made its comeback in 2015 in commemoration of the 30th anniversary of Jordan Brand. Even though plenty of sneakerheads eagerly copped of the handful of colorways Jordan Brand had dropped, this classic hybrid model was pulled back into the vault for the time being, for some reason. Back in September though, US11 (@us_11) had shared very early photos of two new retro iterations of the hybrid silhouette, which will be among 2016’s upcoming Jordan releases. Initially, there were merely known as the “Black/Grey” and “White/Grey/Green” renditions, but now the are being referred to as the Dub Zero “Concord” and “Oreo.” Continue reading Jordan Brand Is Set To Drop Two Dub Zero Colorways In November & December

The Jordan Dub Zero Is Returning In November 2016 In An “Oreo” Colorway

Back in 2005 when the Air Jordan Dub Zero model had been first introduced, sneakerheads had never seen anything like it before. The aspect that made and still makes the Dub Zero stand out is the fact that it is a combination of features and elements borrowed from various Air Jordan models. In fact, the Dub Zero is even regarded as a tribute to Tinker Hatfield, the man responsible for designing some of the most iconic Air Jordan silhouettes. Back in mid-September, a brand new colorway of the Dub Zero was unveiled for the model’s return in November 2016, but apparently it is not the only one. Continue reading The Jordan Dub Zero Is Returning In November 2016 In An “Oreo” Colorway

The Jordan Spiz’ike “Oreo” Looks Similar To The 2014 Spiz’ike “Black/Cool Grey-Wolf Grey

During the second of May, Jordan Brand utilized NIKEiD as a platform to unveil their first ever hybrid silhouette of the Jordan Dub Zero. The fact that sneakerheads likely spent all winter laced up in dark and neutral-colored kicks means that they are probably expecting colorful sneakers sporting tropical tones to arrive at retailers as summer approaches. However, Jordan Brand is apparently defying that norm by getting ready to drop this Air Jordan Spiz’ike “Oreo” or “Cool Grey” on one of the upcoming Summer Jordan release dates 2015. Continue reading The Jordan Spiz’ike “Oreo” Looks Similar To The 2014 Spiz’ike “Black/Cool Grey-Wolf Grey

Exclusive Jordan 6 Low “Oreo” Takes Inspiration From The Hightop Colorway From 2010

A day or two ago, Jordan Brand’s IG posted a photo of a never-before-seen Air Jordan 6 Low pair, which is currently being referred to as an “Oreo” colorway. Initially, there was no hint whether Jordan Brand had intentionally leaked the photo or whether it is actually a custom pair, fortunately @trey_steiger posted more photos of the sneaker on his Instagram page. Apparently this Air Jordan 6 “Oreo” is really an exclusive pair that Jordan Brand gifted to the co-MVP of this year’s Jordan Brand Classic game, so there is no point is looking forward to Jordan release dates for this sneaker. Continue reading Exclusive Jordan 6 Low “Oreo” Takes Inspiration From The Hightop Colorway From 2010

The Air Jordan 4 Retro “Oreo” Or “Tech Grey” Finally Arrives At Retailers

The black and white Retro colorway of the Air Jordan 4 that many Jordanheads have fondly dubbed “Oreo,” is actually known as the “Tech Grey” colorway. 23 is Back readers may not remember, but back in 1999 the colorway had been originally dubbed “Cool Grey.” Of course, regardless of the official nickname of the pair, one of the Jordan release dates 2015 that JB had confirmed for the release of the remastered Air Jordan 4 Retro “Oreo/Tech Grey” has finally arrived. Continue reading The Air Jordan 4 Retro “Oreo” Or “Tech Grey” Finally Arrives At Retailers