The Latest Trophy Room x Jordan Exclusive Will Be This Air Jordan 17

It seems that another Trophy Room x Jordan Brand exclusive might be on its way to joining this year’s upcoming Jordan releases 2017. The previous collaboration between Jordan Brand and Trophy Room resulted in the creation of the Air Jordan 16 “French Blue.” The sneaker was exclusively available in limited quantities at a Trophy Room Pop-Up Event. Sneakerheads had to show up at TIER Nightclub in Orlando, Florida to receive a numbered wristband in order to be able to cop a pair. This time, it seems that the Air Jordan 17 has been chosen as the model for the latest collaboration between Jordan Brand and Trophy Room. Continue reading The Latest Trophy Room x Jordan Exclusive Will Be This Air Jordan 17

A “Midnight Navy” Colorway Of The Air Jordan 31 Low Has Also Surfaced

As of lately, Jordan Brand seems to have been repeating color schemes on several different Air Jordan models, the Air Jordan 31 Low being the most noteworthy of them all. So far, it does not seem that sneakerheads have been complaining about this trend. For instance, “Pure Platinum” colorways of the Air Jordan 5 and the Air Jordan 13 Low were unveiled quite recently, and on May 5th, Jordan Brand ended up dropping an Air Jordan 31 Low “Pure Platinum.” This time, it seems Jordan Brand borrowed the color scheme of the Air Jordan 11 “Midnight Navy” and whipped up a similar colorway of the Air Jordan 31 Low. Continue reading A “Midnight Navy” Colorway Of The Air Jordan 31 Low Has Also Surfaced

Dez Bryant Shows Off Three Upcoming Pastel-Colored Tonal Air Jordan 2 Deconstructed Colorways

Sneakerheads might recall that Jordan Brand introduced the Air Jordan 1 High Deconstructed back in August 2016. It got its nickname due to the lack of any paneling and layering over its uppers, which made it appear literally deconstructed, with a minimalistic look resembling the original Chuck Taylor All-Star. As a part of their Retro Summer Jordan releases 2017, Jordan Brand even unveiled two pastel-colored iterations of the Air Jordan 1 High Deconstructed, which have already hit the shelves. Last month, it was also revealed that the Air Jordan 2 was receiving the deconstructed treatment as well and Dez Bryant has apparently gotten his hands on the three colorways. Continue reading Dez Bryant Shows Off Three Upcoming Pastel-Colored Tonal Air Jordan 2 Deconstructed Colorways

Jordan Brand Will Drop The Air Jordan 5 “Blue Suede” In September 2017

Considering that many of Jordan Brand’s Air Jordan releases 2017 have been suede sneakers, one thing that sneakerheads should keep in mind is that suede sneakers tend to get stained. Whether accidentally, or due to being worn frequently, it is an unavoidable fact that suede sneakers are prone to stains. Moreover, there are probably sneakerheads who have used cornstarch, dish soap, laundry stain remover and even WD-40 to get rid of a stain from their suede kicks. However, none of those should be used on suede. Therefore, sneakerheads planning to cop the upcoming Air Jordan 5 “Blue Suede” would definitely want to read the following paragraph. Continue reading Jordan Brand Will Drop The Air Jordan 5 “Blue Suede” In September 2017

Jordan Brand Designed This Air Jordan 11 “Navy Suede” Exclusively For Derek Jeter

Derek Jeter, the former member of the New York Yankees roster, is known for being quite competitive. He is still somewhat of a rookie when it comes to owning a professional baseball team, yet he seems quite adamant to take ownership of the Miami Marlins. The quarterly ownership meetings of the Major League Baseball recently concluded at the MLB’s headquarters in Manhattan. Derek is apparently a part of a group that are among the top two bidders for the Miami Marlins franchise. Turns out that Jordan Brand recently even designed a limited edition Air Jordan 11 iteration, which resembles the upcoming Air Jordan 11 Low IE “Navy.” Continue reading Jordan Brand Designed This Air Jordan 11 “Navy Suede” Exclusively For Derek Jeter

This New Air Jordan 1 “Banned” Iteration Has Flyknit Technology Incorporated Into It

When sneakerheads think of Flyknit, usually it is Nike sneakers and trainers that come to mind. The Air Jordan 1 would be the last model that sneakerheads would be expecting to feature Flyknit technology, but apparently Jordan Brand seems to have designed such an iteration. Of course, the credit goes to Nike for introducing the lightweight sneaker technology known as Flyknit back in February 2012. The Flyknit technology made its debut over the Nike Flyknit racer and ever since, they have incorporated it into basketball, lifestyle, running, soccer and training releases. The Air Jordan 1 will be the latest basketball silhouette to receive this innovative makeover involving Flyknit technology. Continue reading This New Air Jordan 1 “Banned” Iteration Has Flyknit Technology Incorporated Into It