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This Jordan Legacy 312 Is Covered In The Air Jordan 3’s Elephant Print

Now that you have been reading about the Jordan Legacy 312 every now and then, you likely know that it was introduced as the Don C’s signature model that he designed in collaboration with Jordan Brand. This month, it joined recent Air Jordan releases 2018 in a “Rookie Of The Year” colorway and three others that were a part of a “Rivals” pack. You probably also know that the Jordan Legacy 312 is a hybrid of three classic sneaker models, one of them being the Air Jordan 3. So, it is only natural that this latest, upcoming Jordan Legacy 312 iteration borrows the Air Jordan 3’s most prominent feature.
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The atmos Nike/Jordan Pack Is Arriving In Commemoration Of Air Max Day

It was three decades ago that Tinker Hatfield designed Nike’s Air technology and the Air Sole units came to be. Both the Air Jordan 3 and the Air Max 1 were at first introduced as performance sneakers. However, not only have they have become Jordan Brand’s and Nike’s most popular models that are highly in demand, they have also become favorites of those are fond of lifestyle sneakers. This is why atmos picked the Air Max 1 when the Tokyo brand collaborated with Nike in 2007. With March 18th, 2017 set to mark another Air Max Day, Nike is being back the atmos x Air Max 1 “Elephant Print.” Continue reading The atmos Nike/Jordan Pack Is Arriving In Commemoration Of Air Max Day

JB Has Dropped A Trainer 1 Perhaps Inspired By Nike’s Air Trainer 1

Many consider Nike’s Air Trainer 1 one of the greatest tennis sneaker ever, considering the path it paved for countless sneakers that came after it. The Air Trainer 1 was a brand new sneaker genre in itself and it was because of it that professional tennis players started to lace up in colorful sneakers on the courts all over the world. There has been no Nike sneaker model as iconic as the Air Trainer 1 and it has only hit the shelves in a limited, selective number of colorways. However, it is unlikely that sneakerheads would have guessed that Jordan Brand would design its own Trainer 1 sneaker. Continue reading JB Has Dropped A Trainer 1 Perhaps Inspired By Nike’s Air Trainer 1