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These Nearly All-Black & All-White Air Jordan 1 High Iterations Feature Varying Perforations Throughout

For the Air Jordan 1, 2016 has undoubtedly proven to be quite a big year in which Jordan Brand brought back several of the model’s OG colorways. At the same time, Jordan Brand also dropped in the Air Jordan 1 in plenty of brand new colorways as well, such as the second version of the “Shattered Backboard” that arrived at retailers on October 8th. Unlike the recently returned Air Jordan 3, it does not seem like Jordan Brand will stop producing further releases of its first signature model. This should actually be obvious from all varied releases already scheduled like these perforated Air Jordan 1 High iterations featured here. Continue reading These Nearly All-Black & All-White Air Jordan 1 High Iterations Feature Varying Perforations Throughout

This Brand New Nike Flyknit Racer “Blackout” Looks Like An Unofficial Oreo-Inspired Colorway

Most sneakerheads reading this can probably not name Nike’s every Flyknit-based model that has arrived to date. Sneakerheads may not realize this immediately but there have actually been sixteen or so Nike silhouettes that have had Flyknit Technology incorporated into them. Nike had introduced the Flyknit technology back in early 2012 and it arguably ranks at number three among the most innovative sneaker technologies. The thing that made the material so significant is that Nike did not have to limit to just a specific model. Now, one of Nike’s models equipped with this technology, namely the Flyknit Racer, is scheduled to arrive in a brand new colorway. Continue reading This Brand New Nike Flyknit Racer “Blackout” Looks Like An Unofficial Oreo-Inspired Colorway

The Air Jordan 1 Low Is Back With The Swoosh Logo Present Too

Back in May of this year, Jordan Brand did something rather unexpected. Considering how iconic the Nike Swoosh logo is and the meaningful role that it has played in the history of Jordan Brand, it was odd and unusual when an Air Jordan 1 Low iteration lacking the Swoosh was introduced. It was perhaps even more surprising since sneakerheads apparently have strong feelings about Nike branding and they were kind of responsible for the comeback of the Nike Air logo on Air Jordan 4, Air Jordan 6 and other models. The Air Jordan 1 Low is back and it features the Nike Swoosh once again. Continue reading The Air Jordan 1 Low Is Back With The Swoosh Logo Present Too