While there do not seem to be any Air Jordan releases for Easter so far, Nike is releasing an Air VaporMax 2019 and a Vapormax Flyknit 3. Last year, Nike released an “Easter” colorway of the Air Force 1 Low. It was a multicolored iteration that was dressed up in a combination of pastel hues, namely Barely Volt, Ice Blue, Hyper Turquoise and Sail. These hues actually appeared as a part of a unique patchwork design over its suede uppers. Since this was an Easter release, graphics of opened Easter eggs could be spotted on its insoles and tongues. This year, Nike seems to have two different Easter releases.
In addition to being the name of the animated/live-action, comedy, sports film that starred Michael Jordan, “Space Jam” is also the nickname of one of Jordan Brand’s most popular colorways. The colorway became known and popular because of the Air Jordan 11 that Michael Jordan wore in the film and since then has also appeared over the Air Jordan 31. In 2018, Nike seems to be borrowing the colorway for the Little Posite One, which is dressed up in the same color scheme. Apparently, Nike will drop a Little Posite One colorway for Easter as well, and an Air Foamposite One colorway will also arrive next month. Continue reading A Little Posite One & An Air Fomposite One Release Are Arriving Soon
Egg hunts and Sunday roasts were once the highlights of Easter celebrations and festivities. Over the recent years though, Easter has been gradually transforming into another Christmas. In recent times, a wide variety of new Easter-themed decorations and gifts tend to become available at supermarkets. Over the years, even the efforts that family make in order to celebrate Easter have been growing and improving. Easter may not have been a major shopping holiday in the past, but it has become that in recent years. In 2017, even sneakerheads a few different options to choose from if they are interested in copping a pair of Easter-themed Air Jordan sneakers. Continue reading Jordan Brand’s Easter Releases Are Included In Their Spring/Summer Retro 2017 Collection
Many of the sneakerheads reading this, especially those who also happen to be basketball fans, are probably aware of NBA’s uniform policy. For those who do not, NBA does not allow players to lace up in sneakers that are not dressed up in color schemes resembling their team hues. However, NBA does allow teams to break their uniform policy on certain special occasions, so that the sneakers worn reflect the particular holiday being commemorated. Apart from the All-Star Weekend and the Finals, Easter is also among such occasions and with the Easter Bunny getting ready; it is only fair for the Nike release 2016 of a LeBron 13 to take place. Continue reading Nike Is Slated To Commemorate Easter Sunday With This Subtle LeBron 13 Colorway