Category Archives: Jordans 2016 Articles

The Air Jordan 1 “Storm Blue” From 1985 Returns In True OG Form

It should be obvious to sneakerheads that a decent fraction of 2016 has been dominated by the Air Jordan 1 model. In other words, as much as this has been the year of the Air Jordan 12 and a few other silhouettes, it has also been the year of the Air Jordan 1. Before 2016 comes to an end, Jordan Brand is really looking forward to end things with a bang for the Air Jordan 1 by dropping an original colorway. Jordan Brand first hinted the possibility of bringing back a colorway from 1985 in the form of the OG “Storm Blue” back in October of this year. Continue reading The Air Jordan 1 “Storm Blue” From 1985 Returns In True OG Form

Select Nike+ Users Will Gain Early Access To The Air Jordan 3 “Wool”

Many of the sneakerheads reading this have probably heard about Nike+ and some might even be Nike+ users. For the ones who do not know, Nike designed Nike+ to serve as a personal trainer of sorts for runners to encourage and press them on to take their running to the next level. NikePlus.com offers runners and sneakerheads alike the option to upload their run data so they may track their activities and progress, compare their data with other runners, and even compete with them. It seems that Nike+ users are now also receiving an early opportunity to a pair of one of the most highly anticipated, upcoming Air Jordan releases. Continue reading Select Nike+ Users Will Gain Early Access To The Air Jordan 3 “Wool”

This Air Jordan 6 Adds A New Installment To The “Black Cat” Line

One of Jordan Brand’s Cyber Monday releases for this year included the Air Jordan 31 “Black Cat.” Not only that, the Air Jordan 31 silhouette actually received the premium treatment for the online shopping holiday. Even though the Air Jordan 31 is a performance-oriented model, Jordan Brand still chose it as the latest installment to their popular “Black Cat” line. While it is probably obvious that it is nearly all-Black, its uppers were made up of nubuck and quilted leather, and its was equipped with all-White soles. Of course, Jordan Brand has every intention of carrying on the line and the Air Jordan 6 “Black Cat” is proof of that. Continue reading This Air Jordan 6 Adds A New Installment To The “Black Cat” Line

Matthew Sena Has Sculpted A Bronze Jordan 11 Statue That Looks Almost Wearable

Many sneakerheads reading this perhaps recall the name Matt Senna. He is the Los Angeles-based artist who had sculpted an Air Jordan 3 pair made entirely of Bronze back in October 2014. The same year, he followed up with a Bronze statue of the Air Jordan 13. Last year, Wish Atlanta Boutique and Matthew teamed up to further showcase the conceptual artist’s talent through a Wish x Matthew Senna Air Jordan Art exhibition that was dubbed “Higher Learning: Study 001.” It turns out that Matthew Senna has turned yet another Air Jordan model into a work of art and this time it is the Air Jordan 11. Continue reading Matthew Sena Has Sculpted A Bronze Jordan 11 Statue That Looks Almost Wearable

This Air Jordan 1 Mid “Sequoia” With Tonal Leather & Suede Uppers Looks Premium

Most sneakerheads are probably familiar with the matte finish and velvety texture of suede, which is often paired with leather in footwear. The general belief is that leather and suede are different materials, but they are actually somewhat the same. Suede is actually a leather finish. Leather is made from the tanned outside of a hide, while suede is made from the inside of a hide that has been appropriately treated. To make suede, the hide is first split and the softer side is utilized. This is the material that Jordan Brand has utilized for the latest iteration of the Air Jordan 1 Mid and it looks quite premium. Continue reading This Air Jordan 1 Mid “Sequoia” With Tonal Leather & Suede Uppers Looks Premium

This Cosmos-Themed Westbrook 0.2 Seems Like It Is Inspired By Space Jam

Michael Jordan’s professional basketball career had been full of challenging yet unforgettable moments. During the Eastern Conference Finals back in March 1989, the Chicago Bulls had ended up losing to the Detroit Pistons and Michael Jordan came very close to becoming the NBA athlete with the most consecutive triple-doubles. Wilt Chamberlin already had an NBA record of nine consecutive triple-doubles and MJ managed to score seven straight triple-doubles during that game. This Friday, Russell Westbrook impressed everyone by match Michael’s record. While Russell revels in the glory of his new record, sneakerheads can go ahead and cop a new colorway of his signature sneaker, the Jordan Westbrook 0.2. Continue reading This Cosmos-Themed Westbrook 0.2 Seems Like It Is Inspired By Space Jam