The Air Jordan 1 is one of the few models from Jordan Brand’s signature sneaker line to have a Mid and Low version in addition to its traditional high-top form. However, the Air Jordan 1 High and Low are the most prominent ones since they are frequently hitting the shelves in brand new colorways. Considering that the cut of the Air Jordan 1 Mid is neither too high nor too low, it is ideal to be worn in Fall and perhaps even Winter. Hence, two brand new colorways of the mid-top version joined recent Air Jordan releases 2018 and you may still be able to cop a pair.
Back in September this year, David Creech discussed the future of Jordan Brand’s design philosophy for new and upcoming Air Jordan collections. Jordan Brand’s VP of Design admitted that they have a “huge team” of great designers who are aware that design must continue evolving as time passes on and “grow into new audiences.” You will probably agree that the Air Jordan 1 featured here is certainly a testament to the capabilities of Jordan Brand’s design team. However, it will not be joining upcoming Air Jordan releases 2018. Rather, it seems that Jordan Brand’s design team received an early Christmas present in the form of this Air Jordan 1. Continue reading Every Jordan Brand Designer Received This Air Jordan 1 Colorway As A Gift
As you may already know, Travis Scott has recently been a part of Jordan Brand’s advertisement campaign for the debut of the Air Jordan 33. It seems that he is also involved in some upcoming collaborative Air Jordan releases 2018, including a brand new running shoe model equipped with Nike’s REACT foam cushioning. You may recall that Travis Scott wore an Air Jordan 4 “Cactus Jack” iteration during Game 7 of the 2018 NBA Western Conference Finals and you can see it in the photo above. However, Travis Scott recently shared a video on his Instagram profile (@travisscott) revealing that this iteration would not be hitting the shelves. Continue reading Travis Scott Recently Unveiled A Unique Air Jordan 1 & New Running Shoe
The Jordan 88 Racer that is featured here probably looks like it is one of Jordan Brand’s Air Jordan releases 2018 for Halloween, especially considering that it has been nicknamed “Fear.” After all, Halloween is a spooky celebration and spooky things tend to induce fear. However, the “Fear” nickname of this Jordan 88 Racer colorway might actually have nothing to do with Halloween, rather it seems to be drawing inspiration from Jordan Brand’s “Fear” Pack from 2013. Coincidentally, the Jordan Racer 88 borrows from the Air Jordan 3, which was included in the “Fear” Pack along with the Air Jordan 4 and the Air Jordan 5. Continue reading This Jordan Racer 88 Colorway Draws Inspiration From The Air Jordan “Fear” Pack
Union Los Angeles has been keeping men “fly since 1989” with up and coming designerwear, which is both fashionable and functional. Although the store was initially opened in New York City, it is currently located on 110 South La Brea Ave in Los Angeles, California. Compared to other chain stores, Union has always offered its male customers clothing and fashion that differs. One of their collaborative designs will now be joining upcoming Air Jordan releases 2018. While Jordan Brand and Union Los Angeles do not have a history of collaborations, they seem to have teamed for them very first time for a special Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG. Continue reading This Jordan Brand x Union LA Collaboration Combines OG Air Jordan 1 Colorways
The Jordan Future, the lifestyle variation of the Air Jordan 11, made its comeback earlier in 2018 after more than a year-long hiatus. It was one of Jordan Brand’s two Air Jordan releases 2018 for the Quai 54 streetball tournament and made its retail debut on June 30th, albeit not with original woven construction. The very next month though, Jordan Brand released a camo iteration of the Jordan Future on July 14th and this time it did feature woven uppers. A Jordan Future “Bred” colorway also hit the shelves on July 28th. As of lately, two other new colorways of the Jordan Brand recently made their retail debuts. Continue reading The Jordan Future Recently Arrived On Nike.com In New “Concord” & “Wheat” Colorways
Most sneakerheads, including you, will probably agree that one of foremost distinguishing characteristics of the Air Jordan 1 is the Nike “Swoosh” logo that generally appears on the sides. Many of you could probably not even imagine the Air Jordan 1 without the “Swoosh.” Sneakerheads got to experience just that when Jordan Brand introduced the Air Jordan 1 Low No Swoosh in three different colorways. Each colorway made its retail debut back in May 2016 for $150. After last year’s “Black Python,” “Ice Blue,” “Legion Green” and “Off-White” colorways, a brand new and somewhat premium No Swoosh iteration will be joining this Fall’s upcoming Air Jordan releases 2018. Continue reading The Air Jordan 1 Low No Swoosh Is Back Covered In Pony Hair