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2017’s Version Of The Air Jordan 11 Low “Columbia” Will Resemble The Original

Michael Jordan has a strong connection with the Carolina Blue or Powder Blue hue. It was the “coaching legend” Dean Smith who discovered Michael Jordan, back when he was the head coach of the University of North Carolina Tar Heels. Had that not happened, maybe Michael Jordan would have never made it to the NBA and perhaps there would be no Jordan Brand or Air Jordan line. Hence, sneakerheads are likely thankful for that. Along with the “Bred” color scheme, Carolina Blue is one of the most iconic hues to have appeared on Air Jordan sneakers. One such sneaker is the returning Air Jordan 11 Low“Columbia.” Continue reading 2017’s Version Of The Air Jordan 11 Low “Columbia” Will Resemble The Original

This “Game Royal” Colorway Is The First Air Jordan 4 Release Of 2017

The Air Jordan 4 can be regarded as one of Jordan Brand’s signature models that can be expected to make frequent appearances among the other Jordan releases 2017. Both brand new and returning original colorways of the silhouette are scheduled to make a comeback this year. For instance, Jordan Brand has whipped up the Air Jordan 4 “Royalty” to drop this year, while the Air Jordan 4 “Motorsports” and “Pure Money” is also returning in 2017. Plenty of other new Air Jordan 4 colorways can be expected to make their retail debut this year, such as the one being referred to as “Game Royal.” Continue reading This “Game Royal” Colorway Is The First Air Jordan 4 Release Of 2017

Undercover & Nike Have Collaborated To Design This Boot-Inspired Jungle Dunk With Huarache-Like Tooling

Last year, Nike finally ended its six-year hiatus of not having teamed up with Jun Takahashi, the Japanese fashion designer who founded the Undercover label back in 1993. In 2016, Nike and Undercover collaborated in an attempt to revamp and uphaul the way running apparel is perceived in modern times. The Undercover x NikeLab Gyakusou Running line has frequently been updated, featuring unmistakably eye-catching and innovative aesthetic characteristics, all courtesy of Jun Takahashi. Of course, Nike also wants to keep on taking everyday-use, functional aesthetic apparel to the next level. In 2017 though, Undercover is designing a unique Dunk variation in collaboration with Nike. Continue reading Undercover & Nike Have Collaborated To Design This Boot-Inspired Jungle Dunk With Huarache-Like Tooling

The Air Jordan 12 Low “Max Orange” Is Finally Making Its Retail Debut

Back in 2016, the Air Jordan 1 had already been having an impressive run over the course of the years before it, including the return of numerous OG colorways along with brand new iterations. These brand new iterations include ones like the “Shattered Backboard,” “Reverse Shattered Backboard” and “Top Three.” However, the Air Jordan 1 Rare Air variation was not far behind, which arrived at retailers in a “Shadow” colorway. More recently though, Jordan Brand dropped the Air Jordan 1 Rare Air “Max Orange” this very month. Now, the Max Orange hue will be appearing on the Air Jordan 12 Low, which joins January’s Jordan releases 2017. Continue reading The Air Jordan 12 Low “Max Orange” Is Finally Making Its Retail Debut

Nike Will Be Dropping These Foamposite & Little Posite Releases In 2017 Among Others

As sneakerheads may know, Nike plans to drop a number of Foamposite releases in 2017, both OG and Retro ones. First and foremost, a photo shared by Instagram user @chynxmula seems to suggest that Nike will apparently be reviving the Fruit Pebbles theme on the Little Posite Pro, inspired by the cereal of the same name. Back in 2006, Nike had implemented this same multicolored theme over the LeBron 4. Back in 2016, Nike also dropped a Little Posite One iteration featuring the Fruity Pebbles theme. In 2017, the Nike Little Posite Pro is receiving the same treatment, featuring Fruity Pebbles graphic overlays and vibrant, colorful outsoles. Continue reading Nike Will Be Dropping These Foamposite & Little Posite Releases In 2017 Among Others

The adidas NMD R1 Has Returned In The OG Colorway It Debuted In

The adidas NMD has had tremendous success in 2016. The most recent NMD release was quite a random one, which took place back in November 2016. It was an NMD R1 colorway included among Fall 2016’s adidas releases, featuring a Navy Blue and White color scheme with nylon uppers, all-White Boost midsoles and matching Navy Blue-colored EVA inserts. Also in November 2016, adidas also unveiled a Maroon- and Olive-colored iteration of the NMD R1 with mesh uppers that sneakerheads can expect to be available in Spring or Summer 2017. Above all though, sneakerheads may look forward to the return of the adidas NMD R1 OG. Continue reading The adidas NMD R1 Has Returned In The OG Colorway It Debuted In

This “Wolf Grey” Colorway Is The First Jordan 12 Low Release Of 2017

People who wear boots or heels, or any other kind of shoes, often feel like ditching their regular footwear and lacing up in a pair of sneakers. On the other hand, sneakers are all that avid sneakerheads generally wear. Whether they are sneakerheads or not though, many are drawn to rocking grey-colored kicks. In fact, grey-colored sneakers are often the preferred choice during the fall and winter season, while they also make a good neutral footwear option. In has been a while since Jordan Brand has introduced an all-Grey sneaker, but not anymore. It turns out that the Air Jordan 12 Low has gotten dressed up in “Wolf Grey.” Continue reading This “Wolf Grey” Colorway Is The First Jordan 12 Low Release Of 2017