Most of those who are reading this probably assume that Valentine’s Day is celebrated all around the world, which is somewhat true. Usually, it is men who buy chocolates, flowers and gifts for their significant others on February 14th, every year. Valentine’s Day is celebrated in Japan too, but with a slight difference. As every year, Jordan Brand dropped a special Valentine’s Day release. This year, it was the Air Jordan 8 “Valentine’s Day.” It joined last month’s Air Jordan releases 2018 on February 9th and ended up retailing at a price of $190. Apparently, Jordan Brand brought back the sneaker exclusively in Japan for White Day. Continue reading The Air Jordan 8 “Valentine’s Day” Got Restocked In Japan For White Day
As is the case with most special occasions, Jordan Brand has continued to drop a special Air Jordan colorway for the ladies on Valentine’s Day over the past couple of years. Back in 2016, it was the Air Jordan 12 GS “Vivid Pink.” The colorway sported a balanced combination of Vivid Pink and White, while Chrome appeared over its mudguards and Metallic Silver covered its lace eyelets. The Air Jordan 12 “Vivid Pink” actually ended up making its retail debut after Valentine’s Day, on March 5th, 2016. As every year, upcoming Air Jordan releases 2018 will also include a Valentine’s Day release, this year of the Air Jordan 8. Continue reading The Air Jordan 8 “Valentine’s Day” Is Apparently Themed Like A Red Rose
At least from a distance, some Jordanheads might actually mistake the Air Jordan 10 seen here as the “Double Nickel” colorway of the model. Some of them are probably even assuming that Jordan Brand has perhaps made a new addition to the 2016 Air Jordan 10 City Pack. However, neither of those is true actually. This is definitely not the “Double Nickel” rather it is an entirely brand new and GS exclusive iteration of the Air Jordan 10. Moreover, it is not a part of this year’s City Pack; rather this upcoming Air Jordan 10 rendition has been dubbed “Vivid Pink.” Continue reading This Is The Second Non-City Pack Jordan 10 Scheduled To Arrive In May
As it turns out, the Jumpman has not been producing enough quantities of their latest Air Jordan 12 releases. Earlier in February, a Pink and White colorway of the Air Jordan 12 had been unveiled and not only was the sneaker giving off Valentine’s Day vibes, it was even scheduled to hit the shelves before February 14th. It was shocking when its release was postponed and set for March 5th, which resulted in creating lots of hype and the Air Jordan 12 GS “Dynamic Pink” flew off the shelves rather quickly. Something similar also happened in the case of the Air Jordan 12 “The Master.” Continue reading Does JB Restock Jordan 12 “Master” & “Pink”?
The NBA All-Star Weekend is just around the corner and young Jordanheads will not be the only ones who will have the opportunity to grab a pair of a special Air Jordan retro. Much like other footwear brands, it is not too surprising that Jordan Brand also intends to drop a brand new sneaker for the event. In fact, it is not even very surprising that the upcoming All-Star Weekend will mark the Jordan releases a special Air Jordan 1 High colorway. This first batch of photos of this new Air Jordan 1 High “All-Star” iteration comes from Oregon Sole’s Instagram account. Continue reading This All-Star Version Of The Air Jordan 1 High Arrives On Valentine’s Day
No doubt, 2015 had marked the comeback of the Air Jordan 1 High OG “Chicago,” but some portion of the previous year had also seemed like a campaign for the Air Jordan 1 Low OG to receive the retro treatment. Apparently, Jordan Brand intends to continue that campaign this year as well. In recent times, several OG colorways of the Air Jordan 1 hit the shelves once again in retro form, such as the “Bred,” “Royal” and “Shadow” iterations. It seems that the next Jordan release 2016 that will help continue this trend will be that of the returning Air Jordan 1 Low OG “Chicago.” Continue reading Jordan Brand Will Drop The Jordan 1 Low OG “Chicago” On Valentine’s Day