A few of Jordan Brand’s Air Jordan releases 2018 from this year were a part of Finish Line’s recent restock lineup for Cyber Monday. It turns out that Cyber Monday 2018 broke online sales record, racking up the most online sales ever in history. Shoppers spent over $7.8 billion on this year’s Cyber Monday, which was 18.3% compared to what they spent on Cyber Monday in 2017. Of course, the best shopping deals had already popped up on Black Friday, which was not far behind in terms of online sales. Since Cyber Monday is one of the biggest annual shopping days, Finish Line restocked four different Air Jordan colorways.
Some of this year‘s Air Jordan releases 2018 just got restocked on the Nike SNKRS app via the Jordan Reserve program. Nike introduced the Jordan Reserve program back in August. It was devised as a means to reward Jordan Brand’s loyal customers in specific cities, who happen to use the Nike SNKRS app. The program was launched in Detroit city and in order to unlock “Air Access,” sneakerheads had to visit the local Nike Community Store. Similar to the iOS-only SNKRS Stash, the SNKRS Cam has to be used at a special, specified location in order complete a purchase made via the Jordan Reserve program.
One of the major recent Air Jordan releases 2018 is getting restocked this coming weekend after it sold-out upon its retail debut. Jordan Brand and Los Angeles–based men’s store Union astonished everyone with their recent, unexpected collaboration. This collaboration came to fruition on November 24th, 2018 with the release of two Union x Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG colorways, which retailed at a price of $190 at UnionJordan.com. A launch event also took place at a secret location. In case you were not able to cop a pair of both or either of the two Union x Air Jordan 1 colorways, they are getting restocked.
The PSNY x Air Jordan 12 was among Jordan Brand’s Air Jordan releases for the 2015 Holiday Season. The time for its retail debut arrived after the Air Jordan 11 “72-10” had hit the shelves that very year. Many sneakerheads had been to cop a pair of the collaborative sneaker and they had to spend $300 in order to add it to their collections when it became available on December 12th, 2015. However, not everyone was fortunate enough to get their hands on this sneaker. For those who were not, perhaps they got lucky this time, considering that the PSNY x AJ 12 recently got restocked. Continue reading The PSNY x Air Jordan 12 Got Restocked & Another Iteration Will Arrive Soon
Sneakerheads will agree that sneaker releases, especially limite ones, can prove to be quite a hassle. On release days, it is not uncommon for things to go awry, whether the customer service offered by a retailer is not up to the mark or the sneakers being sought out are simply not available anymore. However, there are also those retail stores that actually make an effort and strive to properly take care of their customers. One such retailer is the Sneakersnstuff store in Berlin, Germany. Whether they already know about the store or not, Germans sneakerheads should consider paying a visit to Sneakersnstuff because a restock is taking place there. Continue reading An Impressive Restock Will Take Place At The New Sneakernstuff Store In Berlin
Not too long ago, Fat Joe was in Dubai, shooting the recently released video for his 2016 single, Cookin’. The video features several of Joe’s fellow artists from Brooklyn, including his own son RysoValid as well as French Montana and Remy Ma. Fat Joe claimed that being in Dubai felt like being “inside a brick oven,” which makes sense since the video was shot in the desert in summer. Regardless, the song has become a hit in clubs and the video has been viewed more than three million times on YouTube. Stateside, Fat Joe has been busy restocking a bunch of Air Jordan sneakers New York City Sneaker Store. Continue reading A Massive Air Jordan Restock Will Take Place At Fat Joe’s UP NYC