In celebration of Michael Jordan’s first back-to-back championship run, we take a detailed look at the Air Jordan 7 “Cigar and Champagne” pack. Returning the moniker that begin with the Air Jordan 6, the 23rd anniversary of the Air Jordan 7 sees the celebrated theme venture to the famed silhouette crafted in 1992.
Set to release on June 20 the Air Jordan 7 “Cigar and Champagne” retails for $250 each – pricing now customary for limited edition drops like such. Check out the pics below. Read more
Continuing in a rich history of celebrating sporting locales and the greatest cities across the globe, adidas renews their time-honored city series with the Superstar 80s as the canvas for creation. Highlighting six cities across the globe, this vibrant offering blends tradition and modern styling with seamless ease.
The adidas Superstar 80s City Series pays tribute to Paris, London, New York, Berlin, Tokyo & Shanghai while taking tonal inspiration from 70’s and 80’s adidas training shoes. Each shoe breaks its monotone aesthetic with a gold landmark infusion embossed at the heel. Read more
The rumor mill has been buzzing lately with the possibility of a return for the Air Jordan 11 Low IE. Well, today we can confirm that the celebrated off spring of the Air Jordan 11 Low will make its much-anticipated comeback late summer this year. Although no images of the new retro version have yet to be vindicated (seen above is the 2003 edition), we certainly hope tradition remains as it relates to materials and overall aesthetic. The Air Jordan 11 Low IE “Cobalt” is said to release on August 1, 2015. Read more
Arguably the best Air Jordan 7 colorway of all-time, the “Hare” finally returns this weekend. Celebrating the 23rd anniversary of the heralded silhouette, the Bugs Bunny inspired model represents a golden era for the brand, one where Space Jam (1996) eventually reigned and Michael Jordan ascended to global icon status. Thus, the Air Jordan 7 “Hare” is far from just a great looking shoe – like all transcendent sneakers – the story behind it bears its greatest significance. Take a final look before they hit retailers this Saturday, May 16th. Read more
After making its return in patriotic fashion, the Nike Air Max2 CB ’94 is getting ready to deliver some OG flavor to retailers with its White/Black-Old Royal style code next month. Done up with its classic leather base colored in white, a bold touch of black darkens the silhouette’s accents and midsole while old royal hits up the tongue lining and outsole. Coming back for the first time since the Round Mound of Rebound was still balling out on the hardwood, the Nike Air Max2 CB ’94 White/Black-Old Royal is tentatively set to release on June 5th. Read more
Jordan Brand will be unleashing the highly anticipated Air Jordan 11 Low “Playoffs” later this month. Originally a PE for MJ, this upcoming drop boasts a stylish black mesh upper with its synonymous patent leather mudguard muted with the same darkened shade. White midsole in tact, red charges the low-cut model’s inner lining and infamous translucent outsole. On tap to retail for $170, fans of the Air Jordan 11 Low “Playoffs” will be able to pick these up from select Jordan brand retailers on May 23rd. Read more
14 years after it made its debut back in 2001, the Air Jordan 11 Low is over a month away from making its triumphant return in its “Citrus” colorway. Looking much like it did when it first released over a decade ago, a fresh touch of white holds down the model’s low-cut upper, patent leather mudguard and midsole while a shade of citrus energizing the translucent outsole and tongue branding. On tap to retail for $120, the Air Jordan 11 Low “Citrus” is slated to release on June 20th. Read more
The Air Jordan 9 “Copper Statue” is inching ever closer to a release. Thus, more images of the shoe are trickling about offering more details surrounding this much anticipated release. Seen here in all their glory, the “Copper Statue” 9s of course denote a clean white leather base alongside militia green coloring at the eyelets, tongue, liner and speckled midsole. Finished with black Jumpman logo and “23” script at the heel, take another look at the Air Jordan 9 “Copper Statue” below and expect the release sometime in August. Read more
While its colorway that is scheduled to release tomorrow may be new to some, the “Pre-Grape” Air Jordan 5 has actually been around a lot longer. Said to be one of the original palettes Tinker Hatfield created when the iconic silhouette first debut in 1990, midnight navy darkens the model’s premium leather upper, interior lining and midsole while turquoise blue adds some life to the tongue lining, shark teeth and Jumpman branding. Finished with a touch of white adorning the tongue and an icy outsole holding things down below, the Air Jordan 5 “Pre-Grape” is slated to arrive at select retailers tomorrow, May 2nd. Read more