This Nike LeBron 16 Colorway Is Inspired By The 2018 Harlem’s Fashion Row

As always, this year’s New York Fashion Week will be held next month, from September 6th to 14th, 2018. Two days before it begins though, Harlem’s Fashion Row will be taking place on September 4th, where LeBron James will not only be honored with an award but will also be presenting the show alongside Travis Scott. This makes sense considering that the Harlem’s Fashion Row fashion show and style awards is being hosted in partnership with Nike, and their partnership apparently does not stop here. Nike has also collaborated with Harlem’s Fashion Row to design a special iteration of the LeBron 16, which has just been officially unveiled. Continue reading This Nike LeBron 16 Colorway Is Inspired By The 2018 Harlem’s Fashion Row

Detroit-Based Nike SNKRS Users May Gain “Air Access” Via The Jordan Reserve Program

Nike took the first step towards going digital by launching the SNKRS app back in 2015. The launch of the SNKRS app marked a major shift in how Nike would be selling its apparel and footwear, including those from Jordan Brand. Thanks to Nike’s SNKRS app, sneakerheads no longer had to compete with annoying bots and resellers in order to be able to cop their favorite Jordan Brand and Nike releases. Through the app, sneakerheads also gained access to exclusive content. Nike is even rewarding the users of its SNKRS app in Detroit with the launch of a Jordan Reserve program, which will likely expand throughout the U.S. Continue reading Detroit-Based Nike SNKRS Users May Gain “Air Access” Via The Jordan Reserve Program

This SoleFly x Jordan 88 Racer Resembles 2014’s Air Jordan 3 Retro “Lotto”

SoleFly, the Miami-based sneaker boutique, recently shared a photo on its Instagram profile (@solefly). The photo depicts a stack of lottery tickets, featuring a unique Jordan “Jumpman” branding on the top right and “SOLEFLY LOTTERY” printed beneath it. The color scheme of the stack was clearly the same as that of the SoleFly x Air Jordan 3 Retro “Lotto” from 2014, suggesting that it might finally make its retail debut. It turns out that the photo has nothing to do with the return of the Air Jordan 3 Retro “Lotto.” Rather SoleFly was hinting at an upcoming Jordan 88 Racer “Lotto,” which has just been unveiled. Continue reading This SoleFly x Jordan 88 Racer Resembles 2014’s Air Jordan 3 Retro “Lotto”

This Latest Why Not Zer0.1 Iteration Is Covered In Jordan Brand’s Cement Print

During the 2018 NBA Offseason that kicked off by the end of last month, Russell Westbrook was spotted laced up in a never-before-seen sneaker, assumed to be his next “Why Not” signature model. The Jordan Why Not Zer0.1, Russell Westbrook’s first signature performance sneaker, originally debuted back in January. Back in early June, Jordan Brand introduced the Why Not Zer0.1 Low, which made its retail debut in a “Triple Black” colorway on July 1st at a price of $115. A Why Not Zer0.1 Low UCLA was also released on July 25th. The latest upcoming iteration of the Jordan Why Not Zer0.1 Low is entirely covered in the cement print. Continue reading This Latest Why Not Zer0.1 Iteration Is Covered In Jordan Brand’s Cement Print

This Jordan CP3.IX Is Inspired By Chris Paul’s Admiration For The Dallas Cowboys

Chris Paul has been an avid and enthusiastic fan of the Dallas Cowboys for quite some time now. After defeating the Dallas Wizards, Chris and his Los Angeles Clippers teammates at the time spend their holiday off-day on November 24th, 2016 attending the game between the Dallas Cowboys and the Washington Redskins. Chris Paul had admitted being excited about that game and the entire Los Angeles Clippers team went to watch it live. The Dallas Cowboys referred to Chris Paul as one of their “biggest fans,” which is still true, considering that the latest iteration of his CP3.IX has been dressed up in the football team’s signature colors. Continue reading This Jordan CP3.IX Is Inspired By Chris Paul’s Admiration For The Dallas Cowboys

This “Highlighter” Pack Consists Of These Three Air Jordan 11 Low IE Colorways

After nearly a 2-year-long hiatus, the Air Jordan 11 Low IE made its unexpected comeback last year when Jordan Brand unveiled two retro colorways out of the blue during summer last year. The “Might Navy” colorway hit the shelves earlier that year on July 29th, 2017 and retailed at a price of $170, while the “Fire Red” iteration made its retail debut September 23rd, 2017 at the same price. Back in July, it was revealed that three brand new colorways of the model would be joining this year’s Air Jordan releases 2018 and it turns out that they are all collectively part of a “Highlighter” Pack. Continue reading This “Highlighter” Pack Consists Of These Three Air Jordan 11 Low IE Colorways

The Entire Pharrell And adidas Originals “SOLARHU” Collection Is Arriving At Retailers Soon

For quite some time, Pharrell Williams has been one of adidas’ foremost collaborators. The partnership between adidas and Pharrell dates back to March 2014. Pharrell’s first official collaboration was with adidas Consortium in the form of the Stan Smith “Solid Pack,” which made its retail debut on September 20th, 2014. Back in March 2016, adidas even gave Pharrell his very own signature sneaker model, the PW ZX 333. However, his most frequent and popular collaborations with adidas have revolved around his NMD Hu model. In fact, for their latest collaboration, adidas Originals and Pharrell worked together on a “SOLARHU” collection, which includes NMD Hu and Tennis Hu V2 colorways. Continue reading The Entire Pharrell And adidas Originals “SOLARHU” Collection Is Arriving At Retailers Soon