Jordan Brand unveils this insane Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG “Homage To Home” Sample that combines the famed “Banned” and “Chicago” colorways into one cohesive sneaker. The shoes are split down the tongue, with the “Banned” color owning the lateral side and the “Chicago” on the medial. This may remind you of the Air Jordan 1 “Quai 54” Friends and Family that was revealed during the big event in Paris.
The Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG “Homage To Home” is listed as a sample and a release has yet to be confirmed. Read more
We’ve known for a while now that Virgil Abloh and his label, Off-White, was working with Nike and Jordan Brand on ten collaborative sneakers. The ten styles, helmed by the likes of Air Jordan 1, today are supported by a release date which, presumably, all ten options share.
September 1, which was earlier reported as the release date for the Off-White x Air Jordan 1, looks to be an overarching release date for the entire Off-White x Nike collection. Other drops include an Air VaporMax, Blazer Mid, Air Max 90, Air Jordan 3, Air Presto, a LunarEpic Flyknit and others.
Stay tuned for more details on the Off-White x Nike collection including pricing and retail destinations. Also, check out the unboxing video for the Off White x Air Jordan 1 below. Read more
On April 1st, the Air Jordan 1 “Royal” will finally find its way back to retailers in remastered form. Releasing in an era where all Jordan 1’s are cared for and produced as they were decades ago, the drop at the top of next month is one of the most anticipated of the year.
Take a closer look at the Air Jordan 1’s below. Read more
For the past few years now, one of the most popular new themes in sneakers has been the “What The” makeup. Nike, through several heritage releases and new styles alike, have grown this clever execution into a hype-worthy release each time out. Now – although not technically labeled as such – the Air Jordan 1 gets its turn.
Featuring color blocking from the “Royal,” “Chicago” and Black/Red colorways of the classic 1985 style, the Air Jordan 1 “Top Three” arrives in stores tomorrow following much anticipation. Although met with lukewarm reception from purists who often feel such releases dilute the essence of the Air Jordan 1, it’s actually styles like this that add nuance to the shoes continued legacy.
Take a look at the “Top Three” 1’s below courtesy of images from Livestock. Read more
Celebrating the most popular Air Jordan 1 colorways of all-time, Jordan Brand’s “Top 3” is the “What the” of Jordan 1’s.
Crowning the Air Jordan 1 “Chicago,” “Banned” and “Royal” colorways, each combine for a juxtaposition never before seen on this 1985 classic. What’s more, traditional Nike Air branding appears at the tongue while the wings logo is also in proper position.
Calendar the November 28 Jordan Release Date and take another look at the Air Jordan 1 “Top 3” below. Read more
Riffing off of the 2015 release of the Air Jordan 1 that altered the way we view premium construction on the timeless 1985 silhouette, the “Shattered Backboard” theme continues to shine with a 2.0 version.
Ramping up the Starfish shade and lessening the black contrast, this “Reverse Shattered Backboard” variation sees Jordan Brand cash in on a good thing while equally allowing those who missed out on the all-but-impossible-to-secure original pair another shot.
A definitive Jordan Release Date hasn’t yet been vindicated. However, the Air Jordan 1 High “Shattered Backboard 2.0” is said to release sometime in October. Read more
Pretty sure every sneaker head/fanatic whatever knows that the Air Jordan 1 “Banned” are set to drop this weekend. We’re almost just as certain that everyone knows what they look like. On the off chance that one doesn’t, we have another look at this Saturday’s big release.
Donning the OG build, tagging and black-red color blocking the league deemed a violation of dress code, the classic is officially back. While these don’t sport the celebratory ‘X’ tagging that the outlet exclusives of years past did, they are on-point with the pair Mike actually laced up in the iconic ad. Take another look at these via photos from Sneaker Politics. Read more
Seems like the Air Jordan 1 “Black Toe” will be releasing again in 2016 after a brief hiatus from retail shelves. This colorway of this sneaker last released in May of 2013.
The new version of the shoe will mark the first time this colorway has released in the “Remastered” period of Air Jordan retros, meaning that the shoe should feature a shape closer to the original version than that of previous pairs.
It looks like the shoe will also come laced in the same way that the recent “Banned” and “Chicago” Jordan 1s have, with just one lace hole filled at the bottom of the eyestay.
Word has it these sneakers will release in November, 2016. Read more
Jordan Brand has officially unveiled the 2016 “Banned” Air Jordan 1, which is set to release on September 3rd. The shoe, teased by Russell Westbrook on Tuesday, is tied to the release of the similar “Banned” Air Jordan 31.
While Jordan Brand did release images of the sneakers yesterday, it hasn’t explicitly said that they’re returning. But, their presence in the press release introducing the Jordan 31, combined with leaked release info that’s long been available, makes their return in 2016 certain. What’s more, the shoe is now listed on the Nike SNKRS page as “coming soon.” Read more
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Footwear: Air Jordan Retro 1 “Shattered Backboard”
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