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The Air Jordan 4 “Motorsport” Was Available Earlier Than Its Scheduled Release Date

Coinciding with the beginning of the 2017 NBA All-Star Weekend and Mardis Gras, Jordan Brand opened up a pop-up store in the heart of New Orleans’ French Quarter neighborhood. In order to have a look at the pop-up shop and the kicks displayed there, thousands of sneakerheads arrived at 221 Charles Street during the three-day weekend. Avid sneakerheads paid a visit even though it was raining and the street was already filled with tourists, who were there slurping their daiquiris, becoming a part of the Mardis Gras festivities. Something that no one could have expected, the Air Jordan 4 “Motorsport” became available way earlier than its scheduled release date. Continue reading The Air Jordan 4 “Motorsport” Was Available Earlier Than Its Scheduled Release Date

This Nearly All-Gold Air Jordan 31 Was Available At Jordan Brand’s Pop-Up Shop

The biggest event on the basketball is finally over and it was definitely a memorable one. It was a celebration of both the sport and the athletes who partake in it. While the athletes undoubtedly made quite an impression during the 2017 NBA All-Star Game, another thing that stood out was Jordan Brand’s pop-up that was opened in New Orleans. Unlike other brands, Jordan Brand really integrated themselves within the New Orleans community and had a lot to offer to all those who visited. Along with some of their most iconic models dipped in Gold were limited pairs of the Air Jordan 31 featured here. Continue reading This Nearly All-Gold Air Jordan 31 Was Available At Jordan Brand’s Pop-Up Shop

The Jordan 3 & 8 From 2016’s Kobe Pack Are Available At Stadium Goods

Back in August 2016, rumors started to circulate that Jordan Brand would be honoring Kobe Bryant with the release of a special pack. Eventually, the Air Jordan Kobe Pack was introduced, and it was revealed that it would include colorways of the Air Jordan 3 and the Air Jordan 8 inspired by the Los Angeles Lakers. These were the two Air Jordan models that Kobe used to wear between 2002 and 2003, back when he had not yet signed with a footwear brand yet. While the Air Jordan Kobe Pack did not exactly make a wide enough retail debut, it has unexpectedly become available at Stadium Goods. Continue reading The Jordan 3 & 8 From 2016’s Kobe Pack Are Available At Stadium Goods

The Air Jordan 8 “Alternate” Is Arriving Alongside The Jordan 12 Low “Playoff”

Back in 2016, the Air Jordan 8 was a part of two different packs. Even before it was officially announced, sneakerheads already knew that last year’s annual Championship Pack would consist of the Air Jordan 8, much like how this year’s pack will include the Air Jordan 9. The pack contained the “Champagne” and “Confetti” colorways of the Air Jordan 8. The Air Jordan 8 was also included in 2016’s Kobe Pack, which included an iteration that was dressed up in the colors of the Los Angeles Lakers. While the Air Jordan 8 already joined the recent Jordan releases 2017, now its “Alternate” colorway is arriving too. Continue reading The Air Jordan 8 “Alternate” Is Arriving Alongside The Jordan 12 Low “Playoff”

This Grey-colored Suede Hang Tag Will Accompany The KAWS x Air Jordan 4

Nike has always been committed to New York City and their “New York Made” campaign back in November 2016 was a shining example of this. The program was the result of a partnership between the New York City Parks and Recreation Department and Nike. For the program, Nike recruited Brian Donnelly, the artist from Brooklyn who is better known as KAWS, to overhaul and upgrade the two full basketball Stanton Street Courts, including their four hoops. Even though KAWS has worked with Nike, he has never collaborated with Jordan Brand before. Thus, 2017 will mark the very first collaboration between Jordan Brand & KAWS involving an Air Jordan 4. Continue reading This Grey-colored Suede Hang Tag Will Accompany The KAWS x Air Jordan 4

Spike Lee’s Custom Air Jordan 1 Is A Nod To ATCQ’s Anti-Trump Message

At this year’s 59th Annual Grammy Awards ceremony, the climate was filled with political distraught, even though there are plenty of liberal performers in the entertainment world. In particular, the hip-hop group A Tribe Called Quest really went all out with protesting President Donald Trump, joined by rappers like Anderson .Paak, Busta Rhymes and Consequence. Before performing their song “Award Tour” live, Q-Tip of ATCQ openly admitted that he represents the people. They dedicated their performance to the late member of the group, Phife Dawg. Apparently inspired by A Tribe Called Quest’s open protest, Spike Lee got a custom Air Jordan 1 pair design as a tribute to them. Continue reading Spike Lee’s Custom Air Jordan 1 Is A Nod To ATCQ’s Anti-Trump Message

The Shoe Surgeon Has Designed A Luxurious Air Jordan 1 “Top 3” Variation

Dominic Chambrone, who is better known within the sneaker community as “The Shoe Surgeon,” really surpassed his previous creations with his latest custom, an Air Jordan 1. The famed sneaker customizer designed this custom Air Jordan 1 back in January 2017 and though he has worked on the Air Jordan 1 before, this particular custom creation was exceptional. Dominic actually recruited artist Gillean Clark to laser print his artwork onto the vegetable-tanned leather uppers of the sneaker, which also featured Red- and White-colored detailing. The Shoe Surgeon seems to have worked on the Air Jordan 1 again, this time designing a premium variation of the model’s recent “Top 3” colorway. Continue reading The Shoe Surgeon Has Designed A Luxurious Air Jordan 1 “Top 3” Variation