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|The countdown Air Jordan 2 continues as we re now less than 48 hours away from the release of one of the most highly coveted Air Jordan 1s of all-time.Jordan Brand will kick off the month of April with a BANG this weekend as they ll be releasing the iconic Air Jordan 1 in the OG Royal colorway. Jordan Brand did not disappoint with this release as they utilized a premium black leather throughout the upper, with the royal blue portions of the shoe getting the tumbled leather treatment. Nike Air branding on the tongue, a white midsole, and a royal blue outsole round out the look. You better believe this will be a must cop for any and all fans of the Jordan 1. You can pick up your pair in men s and GS sizes on Saturday, April 1st.Click and bookmark our official Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG Royal (2017) launch page now for additional imagery, the latest info and release details.
Following its official reveal earlier this month, the Air Jordan 1 High Blue Suede is showcased in a closer look, as it also complements its all-red Air Jordan retro 2 counterpart.Perfect for the warmer months ahead, the basketball sneaker is essentially dipped in the eye-catching blue tone across its entirety. Plush suede drapes the upper for a premium finish, while the monochromatic look is capped off with a matching full-length rubber sole unit. Notable elements include the iconic wings logo across its collar and Jumpman branding on the tongues.Priced at $110, this Jordan retro 2 pair is currently available at select Nike and Jordan Brand retailers nationwide now.
In addition to its ice blue and black colorways, the Air Jordan 1 Low Premium will be offered in a clean finish of white as well this April. Exuding a sleek design with an all-white theme throughout its leather construction, the crisp low-top is accentuated with vachetta tan leather accents gracing the branded tongue tab and heel tab, which displays the iconic wings logo as well. All adhered atop a matching full-length rubber sole unit, you can purchase this latest pair at select Nike and JB retailers starting Saturday, April 1 for $140.
Undoubtedly one of the most notable releases so far this year, the much-awaited KAWS x Air Jordan 4 will finally Jordan 4 shoes make its official debut this weekend. Flaunting a monochromatic finish of cool grey instead for timeless appeal, the sneaker s premium build is defined by textured and smooth suede, which also reveals a distinctive pattern on the upper. Other notable elements consist of leather detailing throughout, matching KAWS hang-tag, branded xx heel tabs that replace the traditional Jumpman, graphic-printed leather insoles and translucent glow-in-the-dark outsoles that incorporate signature KAWS graphics.Extremely limited in quantity, the sneaker is set to debut at select Nike and JB retailers this Friday, March 31 for $350. Click and bookmark our official KAWS x Air Jordan 4 launch page now for additional imagery, the latest info and full release details.
Last offered back in 2013, the Air Jordan 1 High Royal will be making its triumphant return later this week.Staying true to its OG build, the sneaker is defined by its two-tone color theme of black and varsity royal covering its premium leather construction. In particular, royal blue is prominent on the toe box, heel, Swooshes on its side panels and outsole.Sandwiched in between a crisp white midsole unit, the model is topped off with the iconic wings logo across its ankles, as well as Nike Air branding on the tongue and outsole.Retailing for $160, you can purchase this standout pair at select Nike and JB stockists starting April 1.Click and bookmark our official Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG Royal (2017) launch page now for additional imagery, the latest info and release details.
On the week that will lead up to the return of the Air Jordan 1 Royal, Nike has unveiled the background story/inspiration behind this highly Air Jordan 5 retro anticipated pair of kicks.Here s how the story goes according to Nike.On a cold, crisp morning in 1985, famed sports photographer Chuck Kuhn stepped onto a remote Oregon airstrip to shoot a rising basketball star Michael Jordan. Rather than wear his team s iconic red and black, Jordan chose his personal favorite colors: royal blue and black. The shoe he wore that day, the Air Jordan I black/royal, was the first AJ I offered for purchase to the public. The portrait became an iconic poster, coined the Flight Guy its image etched in street and sport style memory.