This Triple Black “Winterized” colorway of the Air Jordan 12 that you see here will be joining Jordan Brand’s Holiday Season collection of Air Jordan releases 2018. At a glance, you are likely to assume that this is perhaps one of Jordan Brand’s Black Friday or Cyber Monday releases for this year. Of course, an Air Jordan 12 “Gym Red” is already a part of the Black Friday 2018 sneaker releases. It even looks similar to another recent Air Jordan 12 release, but that is not the case either. This brand new iteration of the Air Jordan 12 has been specifically designed for the chilled wintry weather ahead.
As of one of Nike’s most prominent footwear designers, Tinker Hatfield has a reputation for being quite the unparalleled mastermind and legend. He also designed two of Jordan Brand’s most iconic signature sneaker models, the Air Jordan 1 and the Air Jordan 3, which continue to remain at the height of popularity. Featured here is a brand new lifestyle shoe that Tinker Hatfield has designed for Jordan Brand, which has been named the Jordan Standard, and it has already joined the latest Jordan releases 2018. Continue reading The Jordan Standard ─ Jordan Brand’s Latest Lifestyle Shoe Designed By Tinker Hatfield
October 26th, 2017 marked the retail debut of the Supreme x Nike Air Humara Collection, which included four colorways of the sneaker, namely a “Blue,” “Green,” “Pink” and “Triple Black” one. Along with the Air Humara, the collection also included match accessories and apparel, such as a trail running hat, trail running jacket and trail running pants. The sneaker itself had perforated uppers with mesh overlays, while it was equipped with low-profile phylon midsoles, which contained Air Sole units in the heels and Zoom Air units in the forefront. Nike and Supreme have teamed up once again for an Air Force 1 Mid “’07” Collection. Continue reading A Supreme x NBA x Nike Air Force 1 Mid Collection Is Arriving
Jordan Brand introduced the Jordan Alpha Trunner back in 1998 and eventually they ended up revamping it when they released the Jordan Alpha Trunner. The Alpha Trunner is a low-top cross trainer that was designed to have laminated uppers with mesh overlays on top. It was designed to also feature v-cut ankles, with TPU straps wrapped around it. Its Phylon midsoles were engineered so that wearers would experience enhanced forward propulsion with every step they took. Not to long ago, Jordan Brand brought back another variation, the Jordan Trunner LX. Now it seems that the Jordan Alpha Trunner is returning as well in two brand new colorways. Continue reading Jordan Brand Has Brought Back The Jordan Alpha Trunner In Two New Colorways
Back in 2008, Jordan brand had introduced Air Jordan 6 Rings for the very first time. The hybrid model was designed as a nod to the six championship rings that Michael Jordan had received over the course of his illustrious career. This silhouette borrowed elements and features from Jordan Brand’s signature line, namely from the Air Jordan 6-8 and the Air Jordan 11-14. Now, Jordan Brand seems to have designed another hybrid of a similar nature. Sneakerheads would have never imagined the Air Jordan 1, 5 and 23 getting combined. However, Jordan Brand has done just that with this new hybrid model, dubbed the Jordan 1 Flight 5 Low. Continue reading This Jordan 1 Flight 5 Low Is Jordan Brand’s Latest Upcoming Hybrid Model
The Chinese New Year is scheduled to take place on January 28th, 2017 and as sneakerheads know by now, Jordan Brand is celebrating it with a special GS-exclusive colorway of the Air Jordan 12. Sneakerheads who have had a look at this Air Jordan 12 colorway must have seen that it predominantly clean White-colored leather uppers with 3M reflective overlays, bamboo-like detailing and contrasting Varsity Red-colored accents. Most notably, the Chinese letters reading “貳” can be spotted over the tongues, which translates to “12.” Of course, there will be plenty of other GS-sized Jordan releases 2017, such as the Air Jordan 1 colorways featured here. Continue reading Jordan Brand Will Drop Three Air Jordan 1 GS Colorways In Spring 2017
When the Jordan Future was introduced back in 2014, plenty of sneakerheads had realized that it was not a completely new design. Any avid sneakerhead would have recognized that the combination of its midsoles and outsoles, including full-length Air units and carbon fiber plates, had been borrowed from the Air Jordan 11. Furthermore, its off-center lacing and woven uppers resembled those of the Nike Free Flyknit NSW/HTM releases. Ultimately though, this off-court silhouette blended retro and modern lifestyle aesthetics, bridging the gap between old and new. It turns out that Jordan Brand has whipped up another Jordan Future-like lifestyle model that has been dubbed the Jordan B. Fly. Continue reading The Jordan B. Fly Is Jordan Brand’s Latest Lifestyle Model That Has Debuted