The Air Jordan 1 “Black Toe” is returning to join this year’s Air Jordan releases 2019, but this time as a women’s exclusive in satin form. The “Black Toe” is one of the most popular colorways of the Air Jordan 1. Much like the “Banned / Bred” colorway, which is also making a comeback this year, it was also originally released back in 1985. In the past two decades, the Air Jordan 1 “Black Toe” has returned twice before, just three years apart, once back in May 2013 and later in November 2016. However, this is the first time it has received the satin treatment.
Back in 2016, Jordan Brand unveiled the Air Jordan 1 Satin as a limited edition variation of the model, which made its retail debut on October 18th that year at a price of $175. This was the first time that a majority of the Air Jordan 1’s uppers were made up of satin material instead of the traditional leather. At the time of its debut, the Air Jordan 1 Satin was dressed up in the “Banned” or “Bred” color scheme. For the very first time, the Air Jordan 5 is also receiving the Satin treatment and it will also be dressed up in a “Bred” color scheme. Continue reading The Air Jordan 5 Satin “Bred” Was Originally A Prototype Back In 1990
WINGS for Kids is a non-profit educational organization that offers an innovative afterschool program to disadvantaged children in Georgia, North and South Carolina so they may develop healthy emotional and social learning skills. According to recent research, these skills can help such kids improve their academic performance. A variety of thirty social and emotional learning (SEL) activities are a part of this organization’s well-codified curriculum. This curriculum has been designed to help kids from kindergarten through grade six. Just recently, WINGS for Kids decided to host a huge raffle for charity and they have teamed up with Social Status to offer a bunch of rare Air Jordan sneakers. Continue reading Those Entering The WINGS For Kids Raffle Could Own These Rare Air Jordans