The newest Air Jordan game shoe is finally here. Continue reading Jordan Brand Unveils the Laceless Air Jordan 33
During the Cactus Jack Block Party event from Jordan Brand and Travis Scott celebrating the release of the “Cactus Jack” Air Jordan 4, Scott previewed a new olive colorway of the silhouette, hinting at what we can expect from the partnership in the future. Continue reading Travis Scott Has Another Air Jordan 4 Collab Dropping
A major rapper sneaker endorsement could be coming to an end soon. Multiple footwear industry sources have informed Sole Collector that superstar Canadian rapper Drake is unhappy with his partnership with Jordan Brand and looking for an exit and a new deal that would afford him more creative control. Continue reading Is Drake Leaving Jordan Brand?
30 years ago, Michael Jordan debuted the first-ever Air Jordan 3 during All-Star Weekend in Chicago, birthing a sneaker legend.
Jordan Brand looks back to Michael Jordan’s second signature sneaker for the design of his thirty second, the new Air Jordan 32, which was officially unveiled on Tuesday. The shoe will release first in the “Rosso Corsa” colorway on Sept. 23, followed “Bred” versions of the regular mid ($185) and Low ($160) silhouette on Oct. 18.
The story of flight in the Air Jordan line will be told through several iterations of retros throughout the remainder of the year. In September, a camo-printed Air Jordan 5 will make its retail debut, inspired by the model’s fighter jet design origin. Joining it will be a similar make-up of the Air Jordan 1 High.
The now-annual Air Jordan 11 release has become a holiday tradition in recent times, and serves as one of the most highly anticipated sneakers of each year. The most recent launch of the “Space Jam” Air Jordan 11 took things a step further, becoming not only the biggest release of 2016, but Nike’s biggest release ever, topping the previous year’s Air Jordan 11 “72-10.”