SoleFly Had Also Created An Air Jordan 3 “Lotto” Sample & Golf Shoes

Any sneaker who studies at or has visited the University of Miami will likely be aware that SoleFly situated just south of it. The Grand Opening of the store took place back in July 2010, and currently, Carlos Prieto and Daniel Hidalgo are its partial owners. Today, SoleFly has many different top tier accounts, and just about every sneakerhead from across the globe knows about the store and has shopped there. Moreover, SoleFly has close ties with Jordna Brand since Carlos is Michael Jordan’s brother-in-law. Recently, SoleFly unveiled a sample version of the Air Jordan 3 “Lotto” from 2014 and matching Air Jordan 3 “Lotto” Golf Shoes. Continue reading SoleFly Had Also Created An Air Jordan 3 “Lotto” Sample & Golf Shoes

This Jordan Super.Fly 2017 “Toro” Will Arrive At Stateside Retailers In Fall 2017

Back in July 2016, it had only been five years since the debut of Blake Griffin’s first signature sneaker from Jordan Brand, the Super.Fly. In terms of performance, the five models from the Super.Fly line that have arrived so far have managed to impress. Moreover, Jordan Brand has continued to make the primary tech of Blake’s signature line more and more affordable for sneakerheads. By now, sneakerheads have probably been anticipating the release of Blake’s latest signature model, the Super.Fly 2017, which will eventually join Jordan releases 2017. There have been several previews of upcoming Jordan Super.Fly 2017 colorways, and now another one has been unveiled. Continue reading This Jordan Super.Fly 2017 “Toro” Will Arrive At Stateside Retailers In Fall 2017

Jordan Brand Will Drop Not One But Two Maya Moore Air Jordan Colorways

Sheryl Swoopes was the first female professional basketball player to have her own signature sneakers that were named after her. During the early seasons of the WNBA, sportswear brands like adidas, Fila, Nike and Reebok had actually released sneakers for female players like Chamique Holdsclaw. Cynthia Cooper, Dawn Staley, Lisa Leslie, Nicki McCray and Rebecca Lobo. As of lately, there is not a single WNBA player who has her own sneaker line. Maya Moore is one such player. Even though she is a Jordan Brand athlete, she does not have her own signature sneaker. However, Jordan Brand is apparently dropping an Air Jordan 10 “Maya Moore” PE. Continue reading Jordan Brand Will Drop Not One But Two Maya Moore Air Jordan Colorways

The Nike KMTR Premium Is A General Release Variation Of The NikeLab ACG.07.KMTR

Back in May 2017, Nike introduced a rather elaborate and intricate new sneaker model, and it was the ACG.07.KMTR. According to Nike, they drew inspiration from a brown paper bag for this new silhouette. In fact, Nike designers actually scrunched and shaped a brown paper bag into a shoe around their feet in order to come with the design of the ACG.07.KMTR, especially its single-piece uppers with wide opening for the wearer to enter their feet. However, the limited NikeLab ACG.07.KMTR was merely the predecessor to the KMTR Premium, which is a more general release variation and is scheduled to make its retail debut in two different colorways. Continue reading The Nike KMTR Premium Is A General Release Variation Of The NikeLab ACG.07.KMTR

This Latest Jordan Flight Luxe Colorway Is Seemingly Sporting A “Bred” Color Scheme

The Roshe Run was one of Nike’s most successful sneaker models of its time when it made its debut. Its mesh construction made it a very breathable sneaker. It had cushioned collars, which made it really comfortable around the ankles, and its lightweight soles provided further soft cushioning. Moreover, its outsole pattern was inspired by waffles and ensured traction over multiple surfaces. Rather unexpectedly, July’s Jordan releases 2017 included a brand new model from Jordan Brand that seemed like it was somewhat inspired by the Nike Roshe One. This sneaker model was the Jordan Flight Luxe and its latest colorway has just arrived at retailers. Continue reading This Latest Jordan Flight Luxe Colorway Is Seemingly Sporting A “Bred” Color Scheme