New Colorways Of Don C’s Jordan Legacy 312 Hybrid Sneaker Have Popped Up

As you may recall, Don C unveiled his very first signature sneaker from Jordan Brand back in March. Named the Jordan Legacy 312, it was a hybrid sneaker. Of course, he has collaborated with Jordan Brand and Nike a number of times. Some of his popular designs include the hybrid Nike AF100 and the quilted Air Jordan 2. The Legacy 312 was designed by borrowing the Air Jordan 1’s silhouette, the Air Jordan 3’s heels, elephant print mudguards and soles, and the Air Revolution’s exposed lace eyelets and midfoot straps. Despite not having joined this year’s Air Jordan releases 2018 yet, it might be nearing its eventual retail debut. Continue reading New Colorways Of Don C’s Jordan Legacy 312 Hybrid Sneaker Have Popped Up

This Jordan Zoom Tenacity 88 Colorway Was Worn During The 2018 Prefontaine Classic

Throughout the year, numerous annual premier track and field meets take place all across the United States and the Prefontaine Classic happens to be one of them, which takes place in Eugene, Oregon. The meet takes place on the University of Oregon’s campus at Hayward Field every year and world-class track and field athletes tend to be among those who participate. Ever since becoming a part of the IAAF Diamond League, it is now also referred to as the 2018 Prefontaine Classic Diamond League meet as well. As several Jordan Brand athletes participated in this year’s event, a special Zoom Tenacity 88 colorway was whipped up for them. Continue reading This Jordan Zoom Tenacity 88 Colorway Was Worn During The 2018 Prefontaine Classic

This Is Drake’s Of The Unreleased Air Jordan 4 Retro “Splatter” Sample

Drake and Jordan Brand have been collaborating since back in 2013, resulting in several different “OVO” colorways of popular Air Jordan models. While no such colorway wound up joining this year’s Jordan releases 2018, Jordan Brand did drop the Air Jordan 4 Retro NRG “Raptors” earlier this month. Reportedly though, after being spotted wearing adidas sneakers and track pants, rumors began circulating that Drake was switching over to adidas due to a lack of a “creative control.” While somewhat certain and obvious, these are just rumors so far. A couple of months ago, Drake even shared a photo of the Air Jordan 4 sample colorway seen above. Continue reading This Is Drake’s Of The Unreleased Air Jordan 4 Retro “Splatter” Sample

These Upcoming Air Jordan Releases 2018 Are Inspired By Paris Saint-Germain Football Club

The 2018 FIFA World Cup is scheduled to commence on June 14th and conclude on July 15th, 2018. Russia is hosting this year’s 21st FIFA World Cup. Earlier this month, Paris Saint-Germain was victorious in the Coupe de France final by defeating Les Herbiers with a score of 2-0. It is one of the only two French football clubs to have won a European trophy, namely the 1995–96 UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup. Jordan Brand is apparently congratulating the celebrated football club by drawing inspiration from it for two of their upcoming Air Jordan releases 2018, which may end up arriving together. Continue reading These Upcoming Air Jordan Releases 2018 Are Inspired By Paris Saint-Germain Football Club

The “Chicago” & “Top Three” Colorways Debuted On The Air Jordan 1 Rebel

One of the most iconic, original colorways of the model, Jordan Brand whipped up the Air Jordan 1 “Chicago” back in 1985. Considering how much in demand the colorway is, Jordan Brand has brought back the iteration a number of times. More recently, Jordan Brand dropped the Air Jordan 1 “Homage To Home,” which blended together the model’s “Bred” and “Chicago” colorways. The Air Jordan 1 “Top 3” from 2016 was a similar hybrid iteration that had the “Chicago” colorway incorporated into it. Both the “Chicago” and “Top Three” colorways have now joined recent Air Jordan releases 2018, having appeared on a variation of Jordan Brand’s first sneaker model. Continue reading The “Chicago” & “Top Three” Colorways Debuted On The Air Jordan 1 Rebel

This Jordan Zoom Tenacity 88 Is Inspired By An Air Safari OG Colorway

By now, likely everyone reading this already knows that is the 30th Anniversary of the Air Jordan 3. Jordan Brand’s running shoe, the Zoom Tenacity 88, resembles the Air Jordan 3 to a greater extent, even having borrowed its signature elephant print overlays. Hence, it was not surprising that Jordan Brand to drop the Zoom Tenacity 88 back in mid-March in two very popular OG colorways of the Air Jordan 3, the “Black/Cement” and “True Blue.” The Jordan Zoom Tenacity 88 is set to join upcoming Air Jordan releases 2018 too, in an OG colorway of another sneaker that was designed by Tinker Hatfield back in 1987. Continue reading This Jordan Zoom Tenacity 88 Is Inspired By An Air Safari OG Colorway

This Jordan Why Not Zer0.1 Is Arriving Soon For Noah Westbrook’s First Birthday

The Jordan Why Not Zer0.1, Russell Westbrook’s first official signature performance sneaker, was unveiled by Jordan Brand at the beginning of this year. For Russell Westbrook, family has always come first. This became even more obvious last month when obvious when it was revealed that Russell had helped design a Jordan Why Not Zer0.1 colorway in honor of his younger brother Raynard. The colorway was dubbed “PhD” since his brother recently earned the degree from the University of Central Oklahoma. It seems that another similar colorway of the model will be joining upcoming Air Jordan releases 2018, this time in homage of Russell’s son, Noah Westbrook. Continue reading This Jordan Why Not Zer0.1 Is Arriving Soon For Noah Westbrook’s First Birthday