Originally released in 1998, the Air Jordan 13 Low Air Jordan 5s Brave Blue will be receiving its first retro rendition this year. Reflective of its OG counterpart, this 2017 version flaunts an official palette of brave blue, metallic silver and black in particular, black nubuck and leather for its upper, while brave blue mesh covers the remainder with 3M reflective underlays, as well as its liner. Finished off with a metallic silver Jumpman on the upper ankle and white sole unit, you can expect to find this pair at select JB and Nike stores on April 8 for $175.Click and bookmark our official Air Jordan 13 Low Brave Blue launch page now for more imagery, the latest info and release details.
The Air Jordan 11 Low Columbia will releasing once again after its original debut back in 2001 sixteen years ago.Reflective of its OG counterpart, the defining carolina blue-colored patent leather overlay simply drapes the majority of its upper, while the remaining portion is comprised of premium white leather.Finishing off the simplistic two-tone profile are white laces, a matching midsole unit and translucent outsole.With adult sizes listed Air Jordan 5 white cement at $175 and GS pairs for $130 you can buy it at select Nike and JB stockists starting Saturday, April 15.Click and bookmark our official Air Jordan 11 Low Columbia (2017) launch page now for more images, the latest information and release details.
Check out the artwork below and be sure to tap/click on the artist s name to see more of their Air Jordan 5 take flight work on IG!cappiekaldicappiekaldiParisian-based cappiekaldi gives us a quick illustration of the Jordan 1 High Royal everyone was after this morning. Rumors suggest that the Royals were a bit harder to pick up than the Bred 1s that dropped last year, so if you got a pair, consider yourself lucky. You ve got a good one on your hands.stephfmorrisstephmorrisHand drawn. The artwork you see above is hand drawn! How dope is that?! London-based stephfmorris creates a work of art in the form of this clean Air Jordan 1 High drawing. Technically it s supposed to be a Jordan 1 Bred, but since it s done in greyscale, I m pretty sure they it can also be classified as a Royal 1, right? But that s beside the point. Lowkey, I Air Jordan 5 red suede d be just as hyped owning this original piece as I d be owning a pair of actual Royal 1s.parktysonparktysonparktyson is the man when it comes to creating dope little caricatures of your athletes all while wearing kicks on fire (see what I did there).
With the Air Jordan 1 High Royal releasing today, Jordan Brand has also released a limited edition Air Jordan 1 Satin Royal exclusively at Walter s in Atlanta and Active Athlete in Houston Not an April Fool s Joke.Similar to the recent Air Jordan 1 Banned Satin, this pair has slightly more pairs with 700 available, and each are numbered individually. Celebrities such as Big Boi of Outkast and Slim Thug have promoted the drop on their social media as well respectively. If you re in the area, hurry and purchase a pair now while supplies last.
Previewed earlier this week, we now have a release date to go along with the Air Jordan 31 Low Oreo.Just in case you hadn t seen this colorway before, the official images of the shoe show that it comes with a light pink-colored flyweave toe the ends up fading to black across its synthetic leather heel section. In addition to the construction of the shoe, it also comes with subtle branding that include the swooshes and the large Jumpman logo. Below you will find a black midsole unit and icy translucent outsole. Retail price is set at $160. Release date is April 15th. You getting a pair? Stay tuned as more info and images begin to surface.
A special variation of the Air Jordan 31 will be dropping next month, as it ties perfectly with Russell Westbrook Air Jordan 5 blue suede s aesthetic. Dubbed Why Not?, this PE pair incorporates a blend of the Oklahoma City Thunder colors and the iconic Black Cement motif that is prominent on the Air Jordan 3. Featuring flyweave at the midfoot and forefoot, elephant print detailing graces the heel portion, while tooling from the Air Jordan 30 with the signature galaxy print solidifies its overall build. Finally, an icy outsole with the text Why and Not completes respective moniker. Priced at $200, you can purchase this standout pair at select Nike and JB retailers starting April 29.