Release Date: Holiday 2019
Color: White/University Blue-Varsity Red-Black
Style Code: CK5666-100
Inspired by Jordan’s speech in the Basketball Hall Of Fame, Jordan Brand rolled out the“Fearless” line. And now since it’s been ten years anniversary, a new Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG “Fearless” is set to drop. Crafted by a premium patent leather construction, these Air Jordan1 is a combo of classic Chicago Bull-style red on the toe and UNC Tar Heels-style powder blue/navy blue hit across the Swoosh and the rear, giving it a brilliant look through the classic detailing of a jeweled ball-and-wings logo on the collar flaps. A “FEAR” text prints on the insole with a slash through it above, relating to the HOF speech in which Mike stated that “Limits, like fear, are often just an illusion” finally finalized the look with a timeless white midsole and red outsole. The makeup is slated to launch during holiday 2019 for $160, grab a peek at the images below and stay tuned regarding the release.
Style Code: AH7389-003
Retail Price: $160
Release Date: August 2019
Unlike unveiled Air Jordan 4 “Mushroom” in heavy earth tones set to hit the Autumn, AJ 1 High Premium WMNS “Fossil” arrives in a mixing light palette of Black, white, pastel ivory, and soft blue. The construction features Khaki tint overlays, hits of black on the tongue, Swoosh, toe, lining, heel wrap and the like for a stark contrast, and followed by way of the utilizing of soft blue on the outsole, enjoys a fashion notably unique. Grab an official look at the new makeup right below and be sure to keep an eye out for their release.
Release Date: October 26th, 2019
Retail Price: $160
Colorway: Black/Pale Vanilla-Starfish
Style Code: 555088-028
Jordan’s Shattered Backboard line has offered the highly-coveted pairs over the past 10 years, and it’s slated to embrace its third member this October: the Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG “Shattered Backboard 3.0”, though not as many have expected. The iteration features a recognizable color scheme, with two tones of black mixed bright orange leather upper as a glossy finish, followed by Swoosh on the midfoot and “Nike Air” logo print on the tongue, finally, plus a retro flair of delicate yellow outsole finalize the look. It displays a touch of high-end fashion and reverently timeless from the on-foot image. Air Jordan 1 “Shattered Backboard” line has enjoyed continued popularity, and the pair should help keep that train rolling. Check the on-foot images out below, expect a release this October for $160 and stay tuned to our blog for further info as it’s available.
Release Date: September 7th, 2019
Color: Gym Red/White-Metallic Gold-Obsidian
Style Code: CI1184-617
Dubbed the “FIBA”, the Air Jordan 4 will release its new member on September 7th as a salute to the events of FIBA’s 2019 World Cup this August set to tip-off in China and the 30th anniversary of AJ 4. Doused in red through the whole construction with dark navy accents, the new makeup is more intricate than the first look with international flags of countries all the way to the Far East, if you look closely. “For The Love Of The Game” prints on the insole to finalize the look. Grab a first look right here and stay tuned for the release.
The Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG WMNS “Panda” has been officially unveiled and it will be joining next month’s Air Jordan releases 2019. If you do not pay sufficient attention, the colorway you see here may look similar to the Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG “Dynamic Yellow.” Their color schemes are indeed similar if not the same, but of course, the latter features a deconstructed look, with two missing Nike “Swoosh” logos while the other two are covered in a Dynamic Yellow shade. In the case of the Air Jordan 1 High “Panda” though, it is a women’s exclusive and it features a pony hair-like material.
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From the looks of it, this latest colorway of the Air Jordan 1 Mid appears to be borrowing from a classic iteration worn by Michael Jordan. As of this year, Jordan Brand seems of have released numerous Air Jordan 1 Mid colorways, even special ones like the “Equality” colorway for Black History Month. Last month, the Air Jordan 1 Mid was even transformed into football cleats. Another iteration featuring uppers covered in “Jordan” and “Jumpman” prints was also unveiled, while more recent releases include the “Taxi Yellow” and the “Maybe I Destroyed The Game” colorways. The iteration seen here though somewhat resembles an iconic Air Jordan 1 High colorway.
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