The latest colorway for the Air Jordan VI is an homage to the 1991 “Like Mike” commercial that captured a generation. It arrives in Gatorade orange and green, in a color blocking inspired by the “Carmine” colorway MJ wore during the commercial. Details like a squeeze-bottle-inspired lace lock, sockliner graphic and embroidered “If I Could Be” detailing on the inside tongue complete the tribute. The Gatorade colorway features a Team Orange nubuck upper with Summit White leather overlays that serve as a nice contrast. Black can then be seen on the signature rubber tongue, heel tab, inner liner, and the midsole. Green accents have then been placed on the lacelock, and the Jumpman logos on the tongue and semi-translucent outsole. Capping things off are Gatorade’s lightning bolt logos seen on the insoles and lacelocks.
The adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Blue Tint is quite timed for the early snowfall around the country. Donned with the Blue Tint and the upper in gray PrimeKnit. The familiar 350 V2 pattern adds the appeal to the colorway. Kanye and adidas drops the final colorway for the 350 v2 collection on December 16, Saturday.
The “What The” series is a cumulative celebration of the greatest elements from the greatest sneakers. Enshrining product and people with a legacy of achievements. Paying
homage to the individual stories that have collectively shaped the Kyrie legend. The Kyrie S1 Hybrid “What The Kyrie” is a combination of materials, details, and colors from Kyrie’s first three shoes, mixed together to create what he considers the best of the best.
This edition takes inspiration from the Kyrie 1, with the bottom teeth and mesh upper highlighted in vivid blue. Available December 8, 2017 10AM EST.
The 1996 Chicago team took the league by storm. After a disappointing second-round playoff exit the year before, they posted 72 wins to break the regular season record en route to their fourth championship. MJ was in front; the Air Jordan XI was on feet. Now it returns in a brilliant red colorway, flashing classic patent leather in a bold salute to Chicago’s ’96 winning ways.
Tagged as ‘Win Like 82’. Some of the league’s greatest players ever got their first national audience during the 1982 college championship game. Among them was Michael Jordan, then a 19-year-old freshman, who rose for a jumper with just 17 seconds left to put his team up for good. He would continue to rise all the way to the sport’s pinnacle. The latest Air Jordan XI colorway, sporting University Blue hits, pays homage to his alma mater and the ’82 victory that launched his legacy.