Even though Jordan release dates 2015 will be marking the retail debut of plenty of high quality Air Jordan sneakers, apparently Jordan Brand has added another to the list. News about the release of an Air Jordan 2 “Quilted” Blue has already been circulating all over the Internet since last month and now the sneaker has a counterpart in the form of this “Quilted” Cool Grey colorway. A photo of this pair surfced on the Internet not so long ago, and 23isBack readers who prefer subtle colors are probably thinking about copping this new jordans instead of the blue one. Continue reading A Cool Grey Colorway Of The AJ2 “Quilted” Will Also Release In 2015
Perhaps it is a bit too late to be copping all-white Air Jordan sneakers, or may be not. 23 is Back readers may not know this, there is apparently a trend to shop for all-white sneakers only around Labor Day, for some reason, and most sneaker heads follow this trend. However, at times it is best to think out of the box, especially for those enthusiasts who want their sneaker collection to grow. So, perhaps this Air Jordan 1 Mid “White/Cool Grey,” despite the lack of Jordan release dates associated with it, is probably not a lost cause after all. Continue reading The Air Jordan 1 Mid “White/Cool Grey” Is A Very Simple All-White
There have been plenty of Jordan Brand silhouettes that have boasted the Fractal Elephant Print. The thing that 23isBack continue to find surprising is when and where the digital itineration of the print that Tinker Hatfield had once designed makes its next appearance. More frequently, it is the newer models that are released with this pattern featured as a part of their latest colorways. Apparently, traditionalism seems to be the only option left for Air Jordan retros, perhaps this latest Jordan Flight Flex Trainer falls somewhere in between. No reason to scour this post for possible Jordan release dates 2014 since this trainer has already been released. Continue reading The Latest Jordan Flight Flex Trainer Features A First-Ever Graphic-Bearing Upper
The comeback of the Air Jordan 14 during this summer’s remaining months had probably been something that most 23 is Back readers had not been expecting at the top 2014. No doubt, the fact that the Air Jordan 14 was the final AJ sneaker worn by Michael Jordan during a championship win certainly makes it worth copping, but the Jordan Flight Time 14.5 pairs are not far behind. In fact, Jordan heads will not even have to keep their eyes peeled for possible Jordan release dates for these kicks since they are already available.
This year, Air Jordan 1 Retro ’99 had paid tribute to the Air Jordan 14 sneaker as well, but eventually the Jordan Flight Time 14.5 also got added to that list. It should be fairly obvious where the Jordan Flight Time 14.5 takes its inspiration and reference from. The construction of the heel and toebox featured on the 14.5 is similar to that of retro Jordan 14, but apparently this is the only similarity between them. What makes them stand out and worth wearing are the extra ventilation and a new rubber sole. Continue reading Two New Jordan Flight Time 14.5 Colorways Are Available At The Nike Store
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.
Those who have been reading the posts here on 23 is Back are most likely aware that there has not really been a proper retro release of Jordan 4 since 2006. Of course, this excludes Jordan 4 that was a part of the Countdown Pack or the “Silver Anniversary” colorway of Jordan 4 . Indeed, retro rounds have been by a myriad of excellent original colorways, but Jordanheads are probably still yearning to get another shot at copping this particular non-OG. Well, good news for those who have been anticipating Jordan release dates 2015 and have been praying for the Air Jordan IV “Cool Grey” to be brought back, their prayer has been answered by Jordan Brand.
This particular Jordan 2015 news may not be set in stone, but there is quite a valid reason to speculate that the next year, Jordan 4 “Cool Grey” could possibly be making a comeback. Premium quality releases of the of Jordan 4 “Columbia,” Air Jordan 4 “Oreo,” Jordan 4 “30th Anniversary” and Jordan 10 “30th Anniversary” had already been recently unveiled by Jordan Brand back in May. In Jordan 4 line-up, the “Cool Grey” is perhaps one of the nicer colorways. A very appealing grey upper is featured by this pair, while the sole is in black and white, where the heel contains a yellow air bubble, which is perhaps its most striking feature. Continue reading Jordanheads Rejoice Jordan 4 “Cool Grey” Return 2015