Back in 1995, in accordance with the release of the Air Jordan 10 during the 1994-95 NBA season, Nike released its very first City Pack series. It’s something that’s now done year in and year out. Yet. it’s never really been done quite as well as it was back in the mid-’90s.
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On this week’s Release Roundup, we’re looking at the biggest headlines in sneakers including a first look at upcoming Off-White Air Jordans by Virgil Abloh, Kanye West’s latest Yeezy release, and Pharrell William’s Holi Adidas NMDs. Also, we sit down with New York Knick and Under Armour athlete Emmanuel Mudiay to discuss his deal with Under Armour and the have him face the brand’s biggest haters. Continue reading “Under Armour Athlete Faces Ugly Sneaker Comments + Pharrell’s Latest NMD | Release Roundup”
In this episode of Release Roundup, Rich “MaZe” Lopez breaks down sneaker release dates for the weekend of September 30th which includes the adidas EQT x Mastermind collection, the KITH x Nike Air Maestro 2 High, and more. Continue reading “adidas x Mastermind, KITH x Nike and More | Release Roundup”
Official images of the Air Jordan 10 “OVO” Black are finally here, just days prior to the Jordan Release Date on Saturday, February 13. Continue reading “Air Jordan 10 “OVO””
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Footwear: Air Jordan 10 “Lady Liberty”
Just like when MJ returned to the NBA in 1995 wearing the 45, his Air Jordan 10 is also gearing up for a comeback of its own. The “Double Nickel”, this upcoming release earned its named from the 55 points he dropped on the Knicks. Done up with a classic Bulls-inspired palette, Jordan’s iconic #45 graces the ankle. These Air Jordan 10’s will be available both online and in-store at select Nike retailers on March 28th. Continue reading “Air Jordan 10 “Double Nickel””
Set to release this weekend alongside its “Lady Liberty” counterpart, the Air Jordan 10 “Bulls Over Broadway” colorway pays tribute to not only the Chicago Bulls, but the 30th anniversary of Jordan Brand. A fitting ode to MJ’s team and their core colors, gym red blankets much of the shoe while black accents strike the tongue, ankle collar and outsole. Finished with a speckled wolf grey midsole, look for the Air Jordan 10 “Bulls Over Broadway” to drop on Valentines Day, February 14, for $190 at select retailers. Continue reading “Air Jordan 10 “Bulls Over Broadway””
Last seen in 2012, the Air Jordan 10 “Chicago” is all set to make yet another return in just a couple of months. Flush with its synonymous Bulls-inspired white, black, and varsity red palette in tact, the only noticeable changes come in the form of the number 45 embroidered about the heel along with a solid red inner lining replacing the silhouette’s infamous checkered interior. Worn by MJ the night he dropped 55 points (aka double nickel) against the NY Knicks during his return to the NBA in 1995, fans of this drop can expect to see this Remastered Retro release on March 28th. Continue reading “Air Jordan 10 “Chicago””
Dropping this weekend is the Air Jordan 10 GS “Fusion Red”. Fit for the ladies or the kids, this pint size sneaker sees the AJX dipped in the topic tone in bright fashion. Black trim tags the tongue and outsole, also accenting the checkered lining. Get a glimpse at the Air Jordan 10 GS “Fusion Red” courtesy of Oneness below and look for these to launch at select JB accounts on October 19th. Continue reading “Air Jordan 10 GS “Fusion Red””
Sneakerheads are now eagerly anticipating the release of the Air Jordan 10 “Old Royal”. Dressed in white tumbled and patent leather, this non-OG colorway takes on a completely different look, utilizing hints of grey in combination with old royal accents throughout the inner liner, lace eyelets, tongue and outsole. Check out additional detailed images below and grab your pair this Saturday (February 11th) at select Nike retailers.
Air Jordan 10
February 11, 2012
After arriving in its much-anticipated “Chicago” colorway a few days ago, Jordan brand readies its second 2012 installment with the introduction of the Air Jordan X “Old Royal” iteration. Despite its non-OG status, the pair is likely to get some significant play from sneakerheads and collectors alike due to its minimal and wearable upper that is mocked up in white tumbled leather with hints of the Old Royal blue strewn throughout. The pair arrives at a slightly lower retail than the rest at $150 USD. Look for this Air Jordan X to release through select Nike Accounts beginning February 11.