While he did not cop any of the recent Air Jordan releases 2019, Kemba Walker grabbed several kicks on the recent “Sneaker Shopping” episode. In case you don’t already know, Sneaker Shopping is Complex’s hit miniseries that was initially, episodically released on Complex.com and YouTube. While you can still watch the series there, it now also airs on television ever since Complex Networks partnered with MSG Networks. Currently, every new episode of “Sneaker Shopping” airs as a part of the network’s “MSG Shorts” programming. The series literally revolves around Complex’s Joe La Puma taking various artists and athletes for some sneaker shopping at leading sneaker retailers around the U.S.
It has been officially confirmed that the Air Jordan 4 “Bred” is indeed returning and will be among next month’s Air Jordan releases 2019. Rumors that the Air Jordan 4 “Bred” would be making a comeback began circulating as far back as June 2018. Of course, release information was scarce and a couple of sources reported that it would hit the shelves at some point in April 2019, which is certainly not the case as everyone likely knows by now. Considering though that the Air Jordan 4 “Bred” is definitely returning during the first week of next month, it is about time Jordan Brand officially unveiled this year’s version.
Despite not joining the Air Jordan releases 2019, Chris Paul’s new Jordan CP3.XII PE pays tribute to Tiger Woods’ Masters Tournament victory. On April 14th, Tiger Woods was victorious in one of professional golf’s four major championship tournaments, winning the Masters title for the fifth time. This was also Tiger’s 15th major tournament victory as well. With his victory, Tiger Woods has made quite a remarkable comeback, perhaps the greatest in the history of the sport. Considering that Tiger happens to be a good friend of Chris Paul, it is not surprising that the latter was recently spotted rocking the Jordan CP3.XII PE you see here.
Reportedly, Jordan Brand’s Air Jordan releases 2019 for this year’s Holiday Season will include a washed denim iteration of the Air Jordan 6. The Air Jordan 6 has received the denim treatment twice before, although unofficially, so neither of those iterations hit the shelves. Of these custom Air Jordan 6 “Ostrich and Denim” designed by JBF Customs back in September 2013. JBF Customs used the Air Jordan 6 “Olympic” to serve as the base for his custom creation. As its nickname likely suggests, its uppers made up of denim and faux ostrich leather. It wasn’t until four years later that another custom, denim Air Jordan 6 iteration was designed.
Here are the latest Air Jordan 1 High colorways that will be a part of the Air Jordan releases 2019 scheduled to debut in the coming months. The photo you see at the top right is offering a preview of an upcoming Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG colorway that is simply being referred to as “Dynamic Yellow” after the vibrant hue that can be spotted over its Nike “Swoosh” logo. It seems that the rest of this iteration will be borrowing the “Black Toe” color blocking while being dressed up in a combination of Black, University Red and White, in addition to Dynamic Yellow.
Alongside upcoming adidas and Air Jordan releases 2019, Nike will release this special SB Dunk High dubbed “Dog Walker” on April 20th, 2019. Unless you are an active participant in cannabis culture, perhaps you are not familiar with the term 420 or the significance of April 20th (4/20). “420” is essentially slang for the consumption of cannabis or marijuana and today, April 20th is celebrated within the cannabis culture as 420 or Weed Day. Some have even claimed that “420” is a police code used when approaching someone smoking marijuana. However, even a lot of cannabis smokers do not know how 420 and April 20 became associated with weed.
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.