Although the original colorway of the Air Jordan 9 has released numerous times since its debut back in 1993, it’s still a critical piece of Air Jordan history all the same. The shoe is MJ’s first retirement silhouette, and one he actually never wore in a game.
But the Air Jordan 9 holds much significant sartorial and cinematic value, as it’s one of the most avant-garde Jordans there is and appeared in Space Jam – the film starring Jordan that first appeared in theaters 20 years ago.
With that said, the Air Jordan 9 “Space Jam” will be releasing this Saturday, December 3rd. Take a closer look 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
Confusion has surrounded the Air Jordan 11 “Suede” since the shoe first previewed earlier this year until the shoe released in limited numbers this past weekend at Kith and Concepts NYC. But it was the thought that the model was wool to begin with that started the confusion in the first place.
Now, the Air Jordan 11 that actually seems to be constructed in wool has surfaced. The charcoal colored upper is offset by a darker heel counter, while a translucent outer is seen below. The “23” heel logo is also visibly absent.
No official Jordan Release Date yet for the Air Jordan 11 “Wool”. Read more
While original colorways of the Nike Air More Uptempo helped propel this year in sneakers, the famed 90’s style still has a few tricks up its sleeve heading into 2017.
This blackout edition of the shoe with reflective detailing is certainly a modern interpretation of the shoe Scottie Pippen famously donned decades ago. No release details for this Nike Air More Uptempo “Black Reflective” are available at this time but stay tuned for more info. Read more
As the memorable 20th anniversary of the Reebok Question comes to a close at the end of 2016, Reebok brings the highly successful retro campaign to a close with the return of a beloved OG.
Released back in 1996, the Reebok Question “Blue Toe” stands as one of the most iconic styles not just as it pertains to AI’s first signature shoe, but his signature collection as a whole. And on December 9th, you’ll have a chance to grab a pair to celebrate a year in which the silhouette turns 20 and Iverson is entered into the NBA Hall of Fame.
Stay tuned for more details on the “Blue Toe” Question Mid’s release next month. Read more
G-Eazy goes Sneaker Shopping with Joe La Puma at Flight Club in L.A. and talks about shopping and Goodwill as a kid and how smoking weed influenced his sneaker choices. Read more
Jordan Brand announced earlier this year that it would be bringing back its AJ11 “Space Jam” sneaker, with a few updated designs. Now, thanks to KicksOnFire, we get a comprehensive look at the unboxing and details of the shoe. The latest edition comes in a space-themed box with Looney Tunes and Bugs Bunny-inspired graphics. Mirroring the shoes that MJ wore during the 1995 NBA Playoffs, the upper sees black mesh overlays with a higher-cut patent leather design. Additionally, the number “45” is incorporated on the heel, while the insoles see classic Nike Air branding. Take a look at the photos below and mark your calendars for the December 10th drop date. Read more
Black Friday can’t come soon enough for fans of the Nike Air branded Air Jordan 3 “True Blue”, and in just a matter of days, the restored 1988 gem can be yours.
Remastered to perfection with Nike Air at the heel and a red liner behind the tongue as with tradition, the shoe hasn’t looked better since they originally released almost 30 years ago.
On November 25, the “True Blue” 3’s come full circle for the elder generation and the new one alike. Take another look at the shoe courtesy of AWOL below and let us know if you plan to cop. Read more
Kobe Bryant’s legacy is cemented in stone. He’ll go down as undeniably the greatest shooting guard of all time, only trailing Michael Jordan. The two share many similarities, with those forces combining here through the Air Jordan 9 “Kobe Bryant”.
Draped in Lakers home shades while resembling a Kobe sample that gained fame years ago, the Air Jordan 9 “Kobe Bryant” highlights a Jordan Brand theme that bridges rare gems with general consumption – one of the most beloved fan moves the brand has made in years.
And although the wait for the Air Jordan “Kobe” Pack soldiers on, the “Kobe” 9s will be here in a matter of days, set to release on November 19th. Read more
Although no official release date was known prior, today the Air Jordan 11 “Suede” released seemingly out of thin air.
The suede Air Jordan 11 was made available at both Concepts NYC and Kith Brooklyn at 11:11am EST. Of course, today is 11/11 on the calendar as well.
A wider release of the coveted Air Jordan 11 “Suede” should certainly follow so keep it locked for more details. For now, the $400 Air Jordan is up for grabs at CNCPTS NYC and Kith Brooklyn. Read more
Robert Kraft goes Sneaker Shopping with Joe La Puma at Bodega in Boston and talks about wearing Air Force 1s to the White House and his opinion on custom cleats. Read more
Runway meets the hardwood on the John Elliott x Nike LeBron Soldier X. The man behind the coziest and most modern menswear line adds his aesthetic to LeBron’s championship sneaker, with grey graphic, orange toe pop and glow-in-the-dark sole detailing making this the most casually capable Soldier X yet. Look for these to launch exclusively on November 10th at the new Nike SoHo store. Read more