You might be aware that the Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG “Hyper Royal” recently made a comeback on July 7 and was available at a retail price of $160. It seems that another iteration of the model sporting a Royal Blue color scheme has popped up and may or not join upcoming Air Jordan releases 2018. This iteration is actually drawing inspiration from another recent Air Jordan 1 colorway, the “Homage To Home” from May. In case you do not recall, the left and right “Homage To Home” shoes were laterally split into the color blocking and scheme of the Air Jordan 1 “Banned” and “Chicago.” Continue reading This Air Jordan 1 Follows The Same Theme As The “Home To Home”
Back in 2015, the Air Jordan 12 was chosen for an unexpected collaboration between Public School and Jordan Brand. Two years prior to that in 2012, Jordan Brand had dropped plenty of other brand new and retro releases of Air Jordan 12. The Air Jordan 11 was undoubtedly a breakthrough model from Jordan Brand, but the Air Jordan 12 did not fail in living up to and even exceeding expectations. For those who do not know, the Air Jordan 12 was the first silhouette to feature Zoom Air. Not much of a surprise that Jordan Brand has whipped up yet another Air Jordan 12 rendition. Continue reading This Brand New Latest Air Jordan 12 Is Covered Entirely In Royal Blue
On Valentine’s Day this year, Jordan Brand brought back the “Bred” colorway of the Air Jordan 1 Low, which actually suited the occasion. It was back in 2013 when the O.G. color scheme had first been retroed and after 30 years, it made a comeback this year as somewhat of a remastered retro. However, it now seems there are a couple more Air Jordan Low releases that Jordan Brand is planning to make on one of the upcoming 2015 Jordan releases. Not one but two new colorways of the low-top Air Jordan 1 are soon going to hit the shelves.
Considering that it is currently the summer season and the weather will continue to be warm in the coming months, so it makes perfect sense for more Air Jordan 1 Low releases to arrive at retailers. Jordan Brand will be releasing these two particular upcoming low-top renditions later this year. Even though the Air Jordan 1 High is more of a fan favorite, it does not mean that the low-cut form of the sneaker is not in high demand, especially since these are OG colorways.
Both these “Royal Blue” and “Shadow” colorways of the Air Jordan 1 Low appear to be quite similar, considering that their leather uppers are predominantly covered in black. The ankle, heel, Nike Swoosh, outsole and toebox of both these sneakers are dressed up in their respective official hues, i.e. Royal Blue in the case of the “Royal Blue” iteration and grey in the case of the “Shadow” iteration. Both sneakers also include black-colored laces and a crisp white midsole as well.
As appealing as both these sneakers look, it cannot be ignored that the Air Jordan 1 Low “Bred” that Jordan Brand dropped earlier this year sat on the shelves for a while. Moreover, Jordan Brand’s timing to release the Air Jordan 1 Low “Royal Blue” and “Shadow” seems a bit off because these sneakers are hitting the shelves on one of the December 2015 Jordan release dates, specifically October 7th.
Air Jordan 1 Low Royal Blue
Release Date: October 7th, 2015
705329-004 | $130
Air Jordan 1 Low Shadow
Release Date: *December, 2015
705329-003 | $130