Two of Jordan Brand‘s upcoming Air Jordan releases, one of 2018 and the other of 2019, will both be made of patent leather. Patent leather is generally recognized as one of the signature elements of Air Jordan 11 colorways, such the “Concord” that recently made its comeback and the “Bred” colorway return next year. As of lately though, the glassy material has been making an appearance over the Air Jordan 1 and other models. For instance, the friends–and–family–excusive version of the SoleFly x Air Jordan 1 “Art Basel Miami” was made up of patent leather. Now, the Jordan Legacy 312 and Air Jordan 1 will feature patent leather too.
This year marks the 30th anniversary of the Air Jordan 3, which originally made its retail debut back in 1988. Hence, it should not surprise you that this year’s Air Jordan releases 2018 will include numerous new and old colorways of the model. The Air Jordan 3 “Black Cement” and “White Cement” have already made their comeback. Jordan Brand also introduced the Air Jordan 3 “Tinker” and its “JTH” variation for Justin Timberlake. The Air Jordan 3 “Bio Beige,” “Chlorophyll” and “Hall Of Fame” will also arrive later this year. Jordan Brand even whipped up an Air Jordan 3 PE for the Michael Jordan’s alma mater. Continue reading This Air Jordan 3 Iteration Was Designed Exclusive For The UNC Tar Heels
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
Near the beginning of this month, the North Carolina Tar Heels were victorious in the final game of this year’s NCAA March Madness tournament and they brought home a sixth NCAA title. Last year, the Tar Heels were defeated in the NCAA March Madness final when Kris Jenkins of the Villanova Wildcats hit a 3-pointer just as the buzzer went off. The team’s loss was quite a devastating shock for coach Roy Williams, but both him and the Tar Heels have made quite a comeback. Before they became this year’s champions, the Tar Heels had also received pairs of an Air Jordan 13 Low PE from Jordan Brand. Continue reading The Current NCAA Champions Had Received This Air Jordan 13 Low “UNC” PE
The 2017 NBA All-Star Game may have passed, but now the 2017 NCAA March Madness Tournament is on its way. Fans are likely eagerly waiting for Selection Sunday so that the 68-team field, which will be a part of the tournament, is revealed. As the final weeks starts to near, a myriad of captivating and fascinating storylines will begin to surface. Announcement for the 68-team NCAA field will be made on March 12th, but it seems that Jordan Brand is also gearing up for it. They have already whipped up a brand new Air Jordan 13 PE and judging from its color scheme, it is for the Tar Heels. Continue reading The UNC Tar Heels Receive This Air Jordan 13 PE For March Madness
College basketball season is almost here. Earlier this week on Monday, October 3rd, the North Carolina Tar Heels had participated in the preseason’s first practice. The last time they had been practicing was back in April of this year when they had been preparing to face the Villanova Wildcats for the national championship. University of North Carolina’s team media is also around the corner and November 11th is scheduled to officially kick off their season. Thus, the Tar Heels have a little over a month left before they are back in action. Once they return, they could be spotted rocking the Air Jordan 31 PE featured here. Continue reading The North Carolina Tar Heels Now Have Their Own Air Jordan 31 Colorway
During the 1997 NBA Finals when the Chicago Bulls and the Utah Jazz were tied with each other, Michael Jordan performed impressively on behalf of this team despite suffering from flu-like symptoms. He lifted the Bulls to a series lead all the while laced up in an Air Jordan 12 colorway that ended up getting dubbed the “Flu Game.” This weekend marks the 19th anniversary of that game that was played on June 11, 1997 and Jordan Brand is looking forward to celebrate the milestone by setting up a special pop-up shop. Continue reading Jordan 12 “Alternate” Arrives Early & Other AJ12s Are On Their Way Too