It seems that one of this year’s foremost Air Jordan releases 2019 for Black Friday is going to be a “What The” colorway of the Air Jordan 4. As of lately, sneakerheads have been annually looking forward to Thanksgiving week and this year will be no different. For Black Friday last year, Jordan Brand released three different sneakers. The Black Friday 2018 release included the Air Jordan 11 WMNS “Neutral Olive,” the Air Jordan 12 “Gym Red” and the Union x Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG. For its 30th anniversary, the Air Jordan 4 with the “What The” treatment will be the center of attention on Black Friday.
Kevin Durant’s eighth signature Nike sneaker model officially made its retail debut back in late June 2015 in a “USA” colorway. Soon after, Nike dropped the silhouette in some famous colorways for the summer that drew inspiration from Kevin Durant’s 2014 MVP speech and his training routine of running up and down Hunt’s Hill in California. Thus, Nike has been dropping KD 8 colorways for almost a year or so now, but with the next model in Kevin Durant’s signature line already having been unveiled, it might be time to bid farewell to the KD 8. The KD 8 “What The” could be the final iteration of the silhouette. Continue reading The KD 8 “What The” Could Be The Final Colorway Of The Model
Along with a photo, rumors regarding the possibility that Jordan Brand is potentially working on a “What The” version of the Air Jordan 1 began circulating at the beginning of this month. Around the same time, another new photo had also popped up that suggested that perhaps the Air Jordan 3 is also going to be receiving the “What The” treatment this year. Oddly enough, it seems that one of the model’s colorways from the past that this “What The” iteration apparently borrows from is the Air Jordan 3 “True Blue,” which itself is returning this year. Continue reading The Returning Air Jordan 3 “True Blue” Has A 28-Year-Old Legacy Behind It
This weekend, sneakerheads will be hurriedly heading off to nearby Nike retailer stores, considering that the Nike release 2015 of the LeBron 12 “What The” is on its way. The sneaker is also slated to hit the shelves around the same time as the Air Jordan 11 Retro Low “Black Cat.” This new sneaker will be up for grabs in Metallic Cacao-Multi-Color/Phantom and it is being rumored that sneakerheads will only be able to cop a single pair. Continue reading The Nike LeBron 12 Once Again Returns In An Abstract “What The” Colorway
It was two decades ago when Nike introduced the Air Max 95 as an innovative signature running shoe, and it did not take long for the shoe to makes its place as an iconic addition to the Nike Air Max family. It also did not take long for the Air Max 95 to make a name for itself as a running shoe because of the superior heel support that it provides since its forefront and heel both contain the Nike Air Max cushioning system. Therefore, in celebration of two decades of greatness of the Air Max 95, Nike is scheduled to drop a very special iteration of the running shoe on one of the September Nike release dates 2015. Continue reading The Air Max 95 Receives Its First-Ever What The-Treatment On Its 20th Anniversary
Like every year, Nike Basketball has already whipped up yet another batch of their mashup “What the” sneaker iterations for 2015. By the time May neared its end, it was unveiled that the KD 7 would be the first model to receive the “What the” treatment this year. Apparently next in line is the Nike LeBron 12 with its own “What the” rendition, which will be making its way to retailers on one of the upcoming Nike release dates 2015. Continue reading After The KD 7 The LeBron 12 Also Receives The “What The” Treatment