Many 23isBack readers may have already copped one of this year’s Air Jordan 6 pairs or are looking forward to ones that have not yet been released. The Air Jordan 6 “History of Jordan” is one of the latter because the release date of this pair has not been confirmed yet. However, it is very likely that it will be among the upcoming Jordan release dates 2014.
In previous posts it had been mentioned that this year happens to be the 23rd anniversary of Air Jordan 6. Jordan Brand has become known for doing something special whenever one of their signature sneakers turns 23, considering that it was his number in the NBA. Jordan 6 “History of Jordan” is a prime example of this. Since the sneaker landscape has been dominated by the red leather trend for quite some time now, it will not be surprising when this brand new colorway turns heads. Moreover, this new jordans has apparently been designed to be a reflection of Michael Jordan’s on-court success. Continue reading Air Jordan 6 “History of Jordan” Is 2014’s Most Anticipated Red Sneaker
A few months ago, Jordan Brand revealed that they would be released sixteen Jordan Future pairs during the summer season and fall season. Those who have been reading 23isBack update posts will be aware that Jordan Brand has remained on track and that the lifestyle sneaker has already been dropped in several different colorways.
This latest “Black/White” colorway of Jordan Future that has just popped up is actually quite identical to a couple of styles that have already been seen. This new colorway not only reminds of “Jordan Brand Classic” pairs, it looks almost just like the other “Black/White” pair of Jordan Future that was released on July 11. The main feature that differentiates this new colorway from the other new jordans is that it does not sport an entirely translucent outsole and it is not in black.
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Although this is the first time news of a sample is being posted on 23 is Back, faithful Jordan fans may have noticed that plenty of samples have emerged into the sneaker scene that have never been seen before. Jordan Shine “Cool Grey” is the latest of these samples. Considering that it is indeed a sample, there would be no point in speculating Jordan release dates 2014 for this since it may not be released any time soon, at least not in this year.
Jordan sneakers had already been dominating both the on-court and the retro categories of footwear. Of course, Jordan Brand was not going to stop there. That is when Jordan Brand decided to enter the upscale sneaker sector since the trend of upscale sneakers had been growing over the past few years. In fact, efforts had already been put forth by Jordan Brand in this regard, back when the Jordan Grown had been released back in 2010.
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All the sneakerheads who visit 23 is Back probably agree that sneakers with “Gum Bottom” styling have always been timeless, and apparently, they still are. Apart from latest Jordan release dates 2014, readers have probably not been keeping track of Jordan customs, so it is likely that many may not have heard of this Air Jordan 11 pair. Not only has the classic g um outsole been included in this custom model of Jordan 11 Low, the pair has actually been dubbed “Gum Bottom” it is this design’s featured element.
Within the sneaker community, customs have become a norm. Whenever someone is seen wearing a sneaker that has never been seen before, it just becomes necessary to ask them how they managed to get their hands on the custom. However, often there are custom sneakers that do not look like customers, and the Air Jordan 11 Low “Gum Bottom,” Mache’s latest project is proof of this.
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23 is Back readers will agree that Jordan 7 “Cardinals” is definitely among the hundred best Air Jordan sneakers of all time. The silhouette of this pair, which is inspired from Jordan 7 “Huarache,” is provided with maximum contrast by a smooth, tumbled-leather upper paired with a black midsole. This pair may not be as iconic as the AJ VII “Olympics,” or as playful as the AJ VII “Bordeaux “ or “Hare,” or as serious as the AJ VII “Raptors, but it is still making a return. So, Jordanheads who have been speculating Jordan 2015 release dates, the “Cardinals” is also among next year’s releases
It was back in 1992 when the Original White / Black – Cardinal Red “Cardinals” colorway of Jordan VII had been released, and the pair had made its retail debut with a price tag of $125. Considering the Jordan 2015 release news regarding next year’s remastered releases and the fact that its name was on the “leaked” list, the “Cardinals” will be a premium quality pair next year. However, it is likely that the 2015 version will look just like the OG and the Retro. Continue reading 2015 Remastered Air Jordan 7 “Cardinals” Will Probably Look The Same
Recently, readers had been informed that July 9 was one the latest Jordan release dates 2014 that they would want to keep an eye on. However, for those who forgot, the Air Jordan 1 ’99 arrived in retail stores just 4 days ago and now, all you Air Jordan fans who visit 23 is Back have something to cheer for. The “vibrant yellow” model was launched by Nike at 8:00 a.m. EDT this Wednesday, and so there is plenty of time to cop a pair.
A blend of Air Jordan 1 and Air Jordan 14 is featured by the “Vibrant Yellow” colorway of Jordan 1 Retro ’99. Air Jordan 14 designs and materials are visible on the shoe, such as the iconic heel piece, mesh on the tongue and the side stitched panels. No wonder, Jordanheads all over the world want to get their hands on this pair.
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