Last year, it was Jordan Brand that released a “Chinese New Year” Pack commemorating the beginning of the Year of the Rooster. The pack consisted of special colorways of the Air Jordan 6 and the Air Jordan 32 Low. Both models featured nearly all–Black uppers with firework and traditional floral patterns embroidered onto them. While there was no collection from Nike, an Air Foamposite One “Chinese New Year” colorway was released back in February 2018. While its color scheme was different, it also featured similar firework graphics over its Foam shell uppers. For the 2019 “Chinese New Year” Pack, Nike has actually teamed up with both Converse and Jordan Brand.
In celebration of the Year of the Dog, the Chinese New Year, Jordan Brand dropped not but two special Air Jordan releases 2018 just last month. One was a colorway of the Air Jordan 6 and the other was a nearly identical colorway of the Air Jordan 32. The knitted uppers of the Air Jordan 32 “Chinese New Year” were dressed up entirely in Black, with Gold, Green, Red and White appearing as a part of the fireworks-like detailing and floral embroidery that it featured. “2018” and some “Chinese” lettering could also be spotted the tongue tabs. The Air Jordan 32 “Chinese New Year” retailed for $200. Continue reading Here Are Some Of The Air Jordan 32 Releases Of February & March
The Chinese New Year begins with the lunar year’s first moon and 15 days later when it is a full moon, which is the reason its dates vary on the 12-month Gregorian calendar. Many holidays have plants associated with them. For instance, evergreen conifers, holly and mistletoe are associated with Christmas. Similarly, the Chinese New Year also has a plant associated with it and in the West, it is called the “Lucky Bamboo.” Its scientific name is actually Dracaena sanderiana and it is related to the common household Corn Plant. While not this specific one, the upcoming Air Jordan 31 “Chinese New Year” features real bamboo as well. Continue reading Real Bamboo Detailing Is Featured On The Air Jordan 31 “Chinese New Year”
In celebration of the upcoming “Chinese New Year,” the United States Department of the Treasury will be selling special one-dollar notes. A series of numbers will be featured on the notes that will begin with 8888. In Chinese culture, the number 8 is regarded as a lucky number. This special U.S. dollar will also feature Chinese lettering and it will even come in a bright red-colored envelope. Moreover, an image of a colorful rooster as nod the upcoming Year of the Rooster. As for Jordan Brand, female sneakerheads are being offered the chance to celebrate too by copping a pair of this Air Jordan 12 GG “Chinese New Year.” Continue reading A Jordan 12 GG Has Been Designed For The Chinese New Year Too
Chinese astrology is based on the conventional astronomy and calendars. It is believed that Chinese astrology was developed between 2nd century BC and 2nd century AD during the Han Dynasty, a period during which astronomy also came to flourish. Chinese astrology is closely related to Chinese philosophy. According to Chinese astrology, the position of the major planets at a person’s birth along with the positions of the comets, the Moon and Sun and their time of birth and zodiac Sign determine their destiny. By now, sneakerheads likely know that the Air Jordan 12 “3M Reflective” is a Chinese New Year-themed release, but there is apparently a GS-sized variation too. Continue reading This Jordan 12 Will Also Arrive In Celebration Of The Chinese New Year
January 28th, 2017 is scheduled to mark the beginning of the new Chinese year, the Year of the Rooster. In the Chinese zodiac, the Rooster appears at tenth in the 12-year cycle. After 2017, the year 2029 will be the next Year of the Rooster. Contrary to what most people may assume, the year of a person’s birth supposedly tends to be the most unlucky year for them in the 12-year cycle, according to Chinese astrology. Sneakerheads likely recall the Air Jordan 12 featuring 3M Reflective detailing, which has been making frequent appearances as of lately. Turns out that it is apparently a Chinese New Year colorway. Continue reading The 3M Reflective Air Jordan 12 Is A Chinese New Year 2017 Release
February 8th is scheduled to mark the Chinese New Year and the upcoming occasion is going to be commemorated by a number of footwear brands, including adidas. The Three Stripes decided that they would celebrate the Chinese New Year by introducing a new collection of sneakers and that is how the adidas Tubular “Chinese New Year” Pack came to be. The good news is that the adidas release 2016 of the pack has already taken place, so sneakerheads will be able to rock any of the three Tubular models from the collection on the day of the Chinese New Year. Continue reading adidas Commemorates The Chinese New Year Of The Monkey With This Tubular Pack