Foam shell uppers are typically associated with Nike’s Foamposite line. However, back in Fall 2010, Nike blended Foamposite with the Air Force 1, ultimately designing the Air Force 1 Foamposite. In addition to having foam shell uppers, the very first iteration of the Air Force 1 Foamposite featured 3M reflective material over its ankle straps. Additionally, its Foamposite uppers were covered in radiant Silver. Ever since, the Air Force 1 Foamposite has hit the shelves in a few different colorways, and has been a part of Nike’s 2013 Black History Month releases and the Air Force 1 XXX Anniversary Holiday Collection.
The PlayStation x Nike PG 2.5 that Paul George recently wore on the court will be making its retail debut next month. Paul George wore this special PG 2.5 pair during the recent game between the Oklahoma City Thunder and the Golden State Warriors. With a score of 123–95, the visiting Thunder were victorious while the Warriors lost their fourth consecutive game. In addition to rocking the PlayStation-inspired sneaker, Paul George was also one of the best players on the court during this game. Fortunately, the PlayStation x Nike PG 2.5 that he wore is not a Player Exclusive and will soon be making its retail debut.
One of the upcoming Air Jordan releases 2018 will make its retail debut next month during the 2018 Art Basel. The week of the annual Art Basel is known to create a lot buzz in the city of Basel in Switzerland. This four-day event celebrates artistic talent, creativity and talent, and prominent figures from the art world attend it every year. This year marks the 49th annual edition of Art Basel, which is scheduled to run from December 6th to 9th, 2018. Jordan Brand and SoleFly have also teamed to design something ‘artistic’ in the form of an Air Jordan 1 rendition, which will be released during Art Basel.
Jordan Brand‘s Holiday Season collection of Air Jordan releases 2018 includes two colorways of the Air Jordan 11, one of which is for women. As most of you probably know, the Air Jordan 11 “Concord” makes its long-awaited comeback next month after 23 years. It was originally released back in 1995 after Michael Jordan returned from his stint in Minor League Baseball and wore it during the 1995–96 Chicago Bulls season. The returning Air Jordan 11 “Concord” will actually be available in full family sizes. However, women and small-footed sneakerheads can also look forward to the release of the Air Jordan 11 “Neutral Olive” in the coming days.
Russell Westbrook‘s latest lifestyle sneaker model will be making its retail debut among this month’s upcoming Air Jordan releases 2018. Russell Westbrook’s first signature model from Jordan Brand was the Westbrook 0. It was a minimal and sleek off-court, lifestyle shoe that drew inspiration from Russell Westbrook’s fashion-forward style. Also inspired by Jordan Brand’s own heritage, the Westbrook 0 was designed to be “clean and versatile.” The Westbrook 0 made its retail debut on August 1st, 2015 at a price of $130. As of now, there are already two Jordan Westbrook models and it seems a third one will be debuting at retailers later this month.
Some of this year’s most popular Air Jordan releases 2018 worth copping are currently available at Stadium Goods. Stadium Goods just celebrated its 3rd anniversary back in October. However, the New York-based consignment and retail store Stadium Goods would not be here if the Air Jordan 1 had never been designed. This is because if the Air Jordan 1 did not exist, there would probably be no sneaker culture at all, and there would be no sneakerheads, who are constantly hyped about the latest sneaker releases. Even Yu-Ming Wu, Stadium Goods’ Chief Marketing Officer, refers to the Air Jordan 1 as the “the most incredible sneaker ever created.”