Jordan Brand’s Air Jordan releases 2019 arriving this summer will include an Air Jordan 12 for women featuring reptile–textured uppers. Much like the women’s Air Jordan 12 iteration featured here, there have been plenty of others that have been dressed up entirely in Black or a Black and White color scheme. The most popular of this colorways is definitely the Air Jordan 12 “Taxi,” which made its comeback last year on March 18th, 2018 and retailed at a price of $190. Others include last year’s Air Jordan 12 “Winterized” and the Air Jordan 12 “Chinese New Year” that made its retail debut this year on February 5th, 2019.
This Triple Black “Winterized” colorway of the Air Jordan 12 that you see here will be joining Jordan Brand’s Holiday Season collection of Air Jordan releases 2018. At a glance, you are likely to assume that this is perhaps one of Jordan Brand’s Black Friday or Cyber Monday releases for this year. Of course, an Air Jordan 12 “Gym Red” is already a part of the Black Friday 2018 sneaker releases. It even looks similar to another recent Air Jordan 12 release, but that is not the case either. This brand new iteration of the Air Jordan 12 has been specifically designed for the chilled wintry weather ahead.
Back in January, John Calipari made a claim that suggested that college basketball graduation rates are at their peak this year. This is mostly false because student athletes have actually been graduating at relatively lower rates since 2011. Of course, the graduation rates of athletes are not a mark of academic achievement that should be overemphasized. Moreover, that does not mean that there are no NBA players who have graduated from college. For instance, players like Carmelo Anthony and Chris Paul both happen to be college graduates. Apparently, even Jordan Brand is making this point more obvious because it seems that they are currently working on a “Graduation” Pack. Continue reading Jordan Brand’s “Graduation” Pack Celebrates Carmelo Anthony & Chris Paul’s High School Graduation
Last year, i.e. in 2016, Jordan Brand went on somewhat of a spree of dropping one Air Jordan release after another, a few of which were returning colorways. One of them was the Air Jordan 12 “French Blue,” which was brought back the very next day after April Fool’s Day last year, on April 2nd, 2016. The sneaker made its comeback in celebration of the Air Jordan 12’s 20th anniversary and the last time it was seen at retail shelves was back in 2004. Despite having returned after twelve years last year, it turns out that Nike.com has restocked the Air Jordan 12 “French Blue.” Continue reading Last Year’s Air Jordan 12 “French Blue” Recently Got Restocked On Nike.com
Sneakerheads probably know that one of the three PSNY x Air Jordan 12 colorways is dubbed “Bordeaux.” It is the Burgundy-colored and it is probably not a coincidence that Bordeaux happens to be the name of wine produced France’s Bordeaux region. Originally, wine does not contain certain secondary flavors that only become evident once the wine has aged for at least 2 to 4 years in the bottle, as a result of which extra layers of complexity are added. A truly good wine has just the right structure,’ which is made up of five basic components, namely acid, ethanol, flavor, sugar and tannins. Continue reading The Upcoming PSNY x Air Jordan 12 “Bordeaux” Seems To Have Wine-Colored Uppers
Many sneakerheads will probably agree that grey happens to be one of the most versatile hues. No doubt, there are also shades of grey that can be extremely over-the-top, while others can be seemingly too delicate and metallic, without any depth. Overall though, grey tends to be quite a soothing color. Ceramic clay tends to be brownish grey-colored and before a storm, even the sky takes on a greenish grey shade, so sneakerheads will notice this hue all around them. Even Jordan Brand have dropped a brand new colorway of the Air Jordan 12 Low, which is almost entirely covered in a shade of grey as well. Continue reading Jordan Brand’s Latest Air Jordan 12 Low Release Is Covered In “Wolf Grey”
Last year, Nike and the University of Michigan signed a contract worth $173.8 million, making Jordan Brand the official sponsor of the Michigan Wolverines. Ever since the signing of the contract, Jordan Brand has introduced PE iterations of all their models, all dressed up in the university’s official colors, namely Blue and Maize. It all started with the Air Jordan 5 PE that Jordan Brand whipped up for the University of Michigan Wolverines back in December 2016. While none of the Air Jordan 5 “Michigan” PEs have hit the shelves, this latest Air Jordan 12 Low colorway may seem like the closest thing to a retail version. Continue reading This Upcoming Air Jordan 12 Low Could Almost Pass As A “Michigan” PE