Ever since being transformed into a boot back in September 2016, the Air Jordan Future was put on a nearly 2-year-long hiatus. Back in June this year, Jordan Brand finally brought it back to be a part of the Air Jordan releases 2018 that would be included in their latest “Quai 54” Collection. Even though the design of the Air Jordan Future was inspired by the Air Jordan 11, in the case of its latest “Quai 54” iteration, the former resembled the latter far more closely. Between its two-year hiatus, it seems the Air Jordan Future has been modified and its latest version has arrived in three different colorways. Continue reading These Latest Colorways Of The Air Jordan Future Version Have Premium Suede Uppers
Back in June 2017, Jordan Brand introduced the Super.Fly 2017, which was one of the two models that marked the debut of Nike’s full-length REACT core cushioning system. Additionally, it featured snug, one-piece uppers with graphic detailing inspired by the Air Jordan 4 and 11. During the Team USA Basketball Mini-Camp in Las Vegas on July 26th, 2018, Kemba Walker unveiled the latest model from the Super.Fly line on the court. Blake Griffin’s latest signature sneaker model has been named the Jordan Super.Fly MVP. It is finally set to make its retail debut in four different colorways among the Air Jordan releases 2018 in the coming weeks.
On Apple’s iTunes, the Nike SNKRS app currently has a rating of 4.8 out of 5 stars based on 187,332 reviews and is ranked “#17 in Shopping.” Following its launch back on May 21, 2015, the Nike SNKRS had amassed more than 300 reviews on iTunes in less than a month, but its rating was merely one and a half out of five stars at the time. After the app’s rise to popularity, Nike also launched the SNEAKRS app last year for sneakerheads throughout Europe. Hence, 2018 marks the one-year anniversary of the SNEAKRS app, and it is being celebrated with free giveaways and a huge restock. Continue reading Nike Is Giving Away 50 Sneakers To Celebrate The SNEAKRS App’s 1-Year Anniversary
For the fifth consecutive week, Drake topped the Billboard album chart ever since the release of his fifth studio album, Scorpion. More than 12,000 copies of the album have been sold in the United States ever since its release on June 29th, 2018. Upon its release, the album also broke streaming records. Drake is currently making an effort to trademark the phrase “God’s Plan,” which is the title of a song on the album, so that it may be added to a wide range of marketing materials, merchandise and promotional items. Furthermore, Drake may not actually be departing from Jordan Brand as everyone has been led to believe. Continue reading Drake Might Not Be Departing From Jordan Brand As Rumored Earlier In 2018
John Elliott, one of the leading menswear designers of today, designed a number of Vandal High colorways in collaboration with Nike last year. Back in 2015, an exclusive NIKEiD iteration of the LeBron 12 was also featured at John Elliott & Co.’s first runway show during that year’s New York Fashion Week. The year before that, John received a call “out of the blue” from LeBron’s stylist. That marked the beginning of a collaboration between John Elliott, LeBron James and Nike. Their partnership seems to have culminated in the form of a capsule collection and the introduction of a brand new sneaker model named the LeBron Icon QS. Continue reading This Nike LeBron Icon Is A Brand New Model Designed By John Elliot