Red and royal blue have always been primary colors for Jordan Brand. But even back in Year One, when the signature line was still gaining altitude, the Air Jordan I dabbled in grey. The color would come off the bench again and again in the ensuing years, delivering some of the most coveted releases in sneaker history. Now the shoe that introduced the shade returns, sporting a high top, full-grain leather and the same shadowy color combo first seen in 1985.
Get ready to cop your spring Jordan 11 lows. This colorway comes in Emerald Green iridescent patent leather with white mesh upper (but some samples seen with white leather as on the UNC lows) and an icy-blue and also iridescent outsole. The pair drops March 31st, 2018 on the eve of Easter Sunday. This will come in all family sizing so hopefully sizes will sit for easy cop. We should see everyone posting their pair straight to feet and fewer L’s and crying Jordan memes this time round.
If resellers quit on this release, everyone who wants to have a pair will have a pair. There will be about 989,566 pairs in men’s size and around 850,000 pairs for GS, PS, and TD sizes. Tentative release date has now been set in October but it is not early to prep to get a pair or double up. Stay tuned for updates on this release.
2018 is the 30th anniversary of the Air Jordan 3 silhouette. We’ve seen the White and Black Cement released so far. This time, a remastered special edition of the Air Jordan 3 will be released on March 24. This drop comes as a mash up of both the white cement and black cement design. Tinker Hatfield’s original design brought to life to celebrate this 30th anniversary. As seen in his original sketch is the highlighted dark black swoosh on the sides, the NIKE branding on the side ankles and the back of the heel. We can also see a sketched graphic insoles. Behind the tongue, we can find the legendary designer Hatfield’s signature . The pair comes in a special Tinker Hatfield tags, instead of the regular Air jordan jumpman and a special Tinker Hatfield box. Keep posted with updates the below links to purchase them online.
With some samples seen as far as 7 years back, this triple black colorway of the Air Jordan 11 silhouette dropping in May, still seems pretty limited at this point. Rumors of production number is only around 100K, give or take. So it will be a hard cop if production numbers are true rather than to hype up. The pair comes with the familiar patent leather on 11s and an icy blue bottoms. Keep posted for more updates on this Air Jordan 11 Prom Night release if you are one of the fans of this silhouette and triple black colorways,
Jordan and Nike brand’s latest come up has mashed up split design of the two popular Air Jordan 1 silhouettes – Banned 1 and the Chicago. Drop date has delayed and is rumored to release end of April or early May. Stay tuned for more updates.
adidas Yeezy V2 Cream hoarders are happy that this new V2 colorway was not a re-release as earlier pics show close hues to the cream release. There were somehow a little bit drop of its market price but that was stopped soon enough when it was revealed a few days ago that this new colorway is not cream but Butter. Earlier some sneak pics revealed with a slightly tan laces thus having it dubbed as the peanut butter colorway. But new samples seen are now having light yellowish tint on the laces and tabs making it appear close to butter. The SPLY-350 branding is so subtle and hardly noticeable as it seems to blend with the same tone on the upper. Set to release in June so keep posted for more updates on this colorway.
Adidas Yeezy retro an old silhouette. The first two off-white and medium gray released colorways are based on the OG Adidas Powerphase from 80s . The Powerphase Calabasas. Calabasas is a town up in north part of Los Angeles.