As you may already know, Travis Scott has recently been a part of Jordan Brand’s advertisement campaign for the debut of the Air Jordan 33. It seems that he is also involved in some upcoming collaborative Air Jordan releases 2018, including a brand new running shoe model equipped with Nike’s REACT foam cushioning. You may recall that Travis Scott wore an Air Jordan 4 “Cactus Jack” iteration during Game 7 of the 2018 NBA Western Conference Finals and you can see it in the photo above. However, Travis Scott recently shared a video on his Instagram profile (@travisscott) revealing that this iteration would not be hitting the shelves. Continue reading Travis Scott Recently Unveiled A Unique Air Jordan 1 & New Running Shoe
The Jordan 88 Racer that is featured here probably looks like it is one of Jordan Brand’s Air Jordan releases 2018 for Halloween, especially considering that it has been nicknamed “Fear.” After all, Halloween is a spooky celebration and spooky things tend to induce fear. However, the “Fear” nickname of this Jordan 88 Racer colorway might actually have nothing to do with Halloween, rather it seems to be drawing inspiration from Jordan Brand’s “Fear” Pack from 2013. Coincidentally, the Jordan Racer 88 borrows from the Air Jordan 3, which was included in the “Fear” Pack along with the Air Jordan 4 and the Air Jordan 5. Continue reading This Jordan Racer 88 Colorway Draws Inspiration From The Air Jordan “Fear” Pack
The Jordan 88 Racer is not the only running sneaker that Jordan Brand has introduced as a part of this year’s Air Jordan releases 2018. The Jordan Zoom Tenacity 88 made its retail debut on March 14 in “Black/Cement” and “True Blue,” both of which were recreations of original Air Jordan 3 colorways. In July, Jordan Brand released the Jordan 88 Racer, which is quite similar to the Zoom Tenacity 88 since it also borrows from the Air Jordan 3. Earlier this month, the Jordan 88 Racer arrived at retailers in a “Triple Black” colorway. Next, it is set to hit the shelves in a “Red October” colorway. Continue reading The Jordan 88 Racer Running Shoe Is Arriving In A “Red October” Colorway
Jordan Brand is now the sponsor of four college football teams, namely the Florida Gators, the Michigan Wolverines, the North Carolina Tar Heels, and the Oklahoma Sooners. This year, Jordan Brand has been continuing its expansion in college football as the apparel provider for the teams representing these four universities. The Gators and the Sooners were the latest programs to sign with Jordan Brand and recently unveiled their uniforms for the upcoming 2018-19 season. They even received their own respective Air Jordan collections. Jordan Brand has now unveiled four different iterations of the Jordan Trainer 3, each dressed up in the respective colors of the mentioned collegiate football programs. Continue reading This “NCAA” Pack Includes Four College Football-Inspired Colorways Of The Jordan Trainer 3
Back in November 2013, after a catalog photo got leaked online, news began spreading that Jordan Brand would be introducing their first running shoe, named the Jordan Flight Runner. After disappearing for a couple of months, the Flight Runner was eventually unveiled back in March 2014. A few months later that year, the Flight Runner finally made its retail debut on May 1st at a price of $110. As of now, Jordan Brand has an entire line of running shoes, which includes the Jordan Flight Runner 2 and 3. It now includes the second installment of the Jordan Grind and Jordan Brand officially unveiled it recently.
The Jordan Grind was a running and training shoe. Last year, it was a part of Derek Jeter’s “RE2PECT” Collection from Jordan Brand. Like the Air Jordan 1 Mid and the Jordan Hydro 6 Slide from the collection, the Jordan Grind was also dressed up in a Navy Blue and White color scheme inspired by the New York Yankees. This year’s earlier Air Jordan releases 2018 also included another colorway of the model. Dubbed “Ultramarine,” this iteration was based on an original Air Max 180 colorway of the same name from 1991. As of now, Jordan Brand’s running line also includes the Jordan Zoom Tenacity and Zoom Tenacity 88. Continue reading This Jordan Grind 2 Is The Latest Running Shoe Model From Jordan Brand
In recent years, Jordan Brand’s lifestyle line has been steadily expanding. Even though it is comprised of off-court models, all of them borrow from Jordan Brand’s performance footwear and happen to be technologically advanced. Their first-ever lifestyle sneaker was the hybrid Jordan Spiz’ike, which originally debuted back in 2006, but their lifestyle line really took off after they introduced the Jordan Future. Released back in March 2014, the Jordan Future decreased the gap between lifestyle and performance. It was also the first basketball sneaker to have one-piece woven uppers. The most recent addition that Jordan Brand has made to their lifestyle line is this Flyknit Elevation 23 featured here. Continue reading This Jordan Flyknit Elevation 23 Is The Latest Lifestyle Model From Jordan Brand