Having hit the shelves a number of times last year, the Air Jordan 9 will join the Air Jordan releases 2019 later this year in a new colorway. Compared to the years before it, quite a few new colorways of the Air Jordan 9 made their way to retailers. More remarkable though was the fact that Jordan Brand transformed the Air Jordan 9 into winter boots and released several colorways of its NRG Boot variation. The Air Jordan 9 was also a part of the PE Set Ray Allen received from Jordan Brand in honor of his Hall of Fame induction.
Last year, Jordan Brand released “Baseball Glove” iterations of the Air Jordan 9 Retro and even transformed the sneaker model into baseball cleats. A few months later, then Air Jordan 9 underwent another radical and unexpected transformation. It was during November 2017 that Jordan Brand introduced the Air Jordan 9 Boot NRG for the winter season that was on its way at the time. The Air Jordan 9 Boot NRG eventually made its retail debut during the Holiday Season on December 6th, 2017 at a price of $225. Although winter is nearing but is not here yet, the NRG Boot is returning to join upcoming Air Jordan releases 2018. Continue reading The Latest Air Jordan 9 Boot Colorways Are Designed For The Fall Season
The baseball gloves or mitts are the most important pieces of gear that a baseball athlete wears. Not only must a baseball player choose the right baseball gloves, they must also make sure they fit properly and care for them. It was back around the 1870s when baseball gloves were invented to prevent the baseball player’s hands from getting injured whenever they catch the ball. Rather than catching the baseball, baseball gloves were initially invented to knock the balls to the ground. Many sneakers are likely familiar with baseball gloves, but they would have probably never assumed that Jordan Brand would whip up two sneaker iterations inspired by them. Continue reading These Two Premium Leather Air Jordan 9 Iterations Are Inspired By Baseball Gloves
It may seem hard to believe, one year has already passed since Kobe Bryant retired from professional basketball. The “Black Mamba” was 37 years old when he concluded his illustrious NBA career with a final game on April 14th, 2016 in which he scored a total of 60 points. For many basketball enthusiasts, the Los Angeles Lakers do not seem the same without Kobe. Despite being a sad day, April 14th was declared as Mamba Day in his honor and sneakerheads are likely aware that April 14th, 2017 just went by. Thus, for this year’s Mamba Day, the Air Jordan 9 “Kobe” got restocked on Nike SNKRS. Continue reading The Air Jordan 9 “Kobe” Got Restocked To Celebrate Mamba Day’s 1-Year Anniversary
Being in a modern time, the expectations of people when it comes to selecting shoes, their taste is also some what modern and trendy, so back in 2010, this was the reason that Jordan Brand had brought something just the same in the form of this Jordan Retro 9 “Citrus.” For those of you who are aware of the Jordan 9 uni-blue and for those not aware, the uni-blue was more of a spring release while the Air Jordan 9 “Citrus” from 2010 had a darker base. In case sneakerheads have forgot, instead of a retro like the “Citrus,” an Air Jordan 9 OG colorway returns during Holiday 2016. Continue reading The Returning Air Jordan 9 “White/Black-True Red” Will Feature The “Nike Air” Branding
Last season, the young athletes of the Los Angeles Lakers had frequently been in disagreement with their coach, Byron Scott. Kobe Bryant’s retirement this 2015–16 NBA season further impaired their performance. Fortunately, the Lakers now have a new head coach in the form of Luke Walton, who himself has played for the Lakers as a reserve player, so he will likely relate better to the athletes he will be coaching. Kobe may have retired from the sport, but his connection with Jordan Brand and Nike will live on. Apparently that is why this latest, upcoming colorway of the Air Jordan 9 is inspired by the Los Angeles Lakers. Continue reading This Air Jordan 9 Kobe Bryant PE Joins Jordan Brand’s Holiday Season Releases
The Hot 97’s Summer Jam festival that was held in New York City on June 5th had to be cancelled almost halfway through because of the severe weather. Chance the Rapper, Curren$y, Desiigner and Tory Lanez were among the artists who were not able to perform at the festival as a result, even though they were scheduled to do so. Fortunately, the main stage performances still ended up happening, which included performances by Fat Joe and Jay-Z. While both artists primarily wore customized adidas Originals Stan Smith iterations, there was also a 1-of-1 Air Jordan 9 Low “Silver” Mike Bibby PE that Fat Joe reportedly as well. Continue reading Fat Joe Recently Sported An Air Jordan 9 Low “Silver” Mike Bibby PE