Over the years, the Air Jordan 11 has become a fan-favorite amongst sneakerheads looking for an injection of nostalgia in terms of Jordan Brand models. The Jordan 11 is the shoe that marked Michael Jordan's return to the NBA and continues to be a legendary silhouette. Perhaps the most iconic of the colorways that dropped at the time was the Chicago Bulls-inspired "Bred" model.
As you can seem from the images below courtesy of @kickwhoshow, the "Bred" model is mostly black but has red highlights on the outsole which adds a huge pop of color. The patent leather black material which wraps around the upper has become a staple and adds a shininess that makes the shoe really stand out on foot. For those who have been waiting for this shoe to return, you won't have to wait very long. According to Sole Collector, Foot Locker's release calendar is now confirming that these will be dropping on Saturday, December 14th of this year.
If you're trying to get the whole family laced up, you're in luck as these will be dropping in full family sizing and the adult pairs will cost $220 USD. Let us know in the comments below if these are a cop or if you will be skipping out.
Air Jordan 1 High OG "Bloodline" Coming Soon: Official Images Revealed
The Air Jordan 1 cannot be stopped.
Jordan Brand is well aware of the shoes that perform the best during the holiday season and it shouldn't be a surprise that the Air Jordan 1 High OG is one of those sneakers. At this point, the silhouette is a staple of the brand that has turned into one of the most iconic models of all-time, regardless of brand. With such a high demand for Air Jordan 1s, Jumpman has come through with a multitude of colorways over the years and the latest to hit the internet is the Air Jordan 1 High OG "Bloodline."
If you know anything about the Air Jordan 1, this colorway should come across as familiar. White appears on the side panels and toe box while the overlays, back heel, and Nike swoosh are black. From there, red laces and red highlights on the outline of the overlays add a much-needed pop of color. Below are the official images courtesy of @J23app.
These are actually coming out sooner than you may think. In fact, these are set to drop on Black Friday, November 29th for $160 USD. If you're in the market for a new Air Jordan 1 and are a fan of this colorway, then these would be a great pick up.
Let us know in the comments below what you think of these.
Air Jordan 1 High OG "UNC To Chicago" Drops Soon: Detailed Look
These are looking fresh.
Michael Jordan made a huge transition in 1984 as he left the University of North Carolina and joined the Chicago Bulls. The UNC colorway was a nice powder blue while the Bulls had devil red. This stark contrast has been played around with by Jordan Brand for years and now, they are coming out with a colorway for women called “UNC to Chicago.”
This particular colorway has been teased for quite some time now but we’ve finally started to get some detailed images, as well as a release date. According to @zsneakerheadz, these will be released on February 14th of 2020 for $170 USD. The images below also show off some of the finer details of the shoe. For instance, the toe box is red, the back heel and swoosh is blue, while the rest is black leather. Overall, it’s a solid-looking colorway that could prove to be one of the biggest Air Jordan 1 releases of 2020.
Unfortunately, this colorway will only be available for the ladies out there so unless you have small feet, you probably won’t be able to cop these. Let us know in the comments below what you think of these and if they’re a must-cop or a skip.
Air Jordan 6 "Washed Denim" Rumored For The Holidays: First Look
The Jordan 6 like you’ve never seen it before.
Last year, Jordan Brand surprised some sneakerheads by collaborating with denim brand Levi’s to create three new colorways of the Air Jordan 4 that were made with, you guessed it, denim. These shoes were pretty limited and incredibly popular within the sneaker community. Levi’s is a brand with a ton of name recognition and came through with some high-quality sneakers that turned out to be highly customizable.
Over the past few months, rumors have been ramping up when it comes to a denim version of the Air Jordan 6 that will have the washed look. So far, only mockups have managed to make their way to the internet but thanks to @upcycle.sneaks on Instagram, we have a first look at the shoe. These are looking pretty interesting as we have two tones of denim on the upper, while Levi’s’ signature red appears on the lace lock, while a brown patch is placed onto the tongue.
Based on the post below, it seems like these will be dropping on Saturday, December 28th for $200 USD. Let us know in the comments below what you think of these and whether or not they are worth copping.
Air Jordan 4 "Rush Violet" Coming Soon: Best Look So Far
These will be great for the kids.
One of the most iconic Air Jordan silhouettes is the Jordan 4 and in 2019, it is celebrating its 30th anniversary. Because of this, Jordan Brand has come through with some new colorways of the shoe and as we approach the end of the year, Jumpman is coming in clutch with a colorway that will certainly appeal to all of the kids out there.
Originally dubbed “Tiger Camo,” the “Rush Violet” colorway features tiger stripes throughout with blue, orange, and pink being represented throughout the upper. There are hints of black leather on the tongue and above the midsole while a white Jumpman logo is placed square on the tongue. Overall it’s a pretty great look but if you want to cop, you better have small feet because these will only be available in grade school sizes.
For now, it is being reported that these will be dropping on Friday, November 15th for $150 USD, according to Sneaker Bar Detroit. Let us know in the comments what you think of these and if you plan on copping for the little one in your life.
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Air Jordan 1 High OG "UNC To Chicago" Coming Soon: On-Foot Photos
These are for the ladies only.
No matter what your feelings are toward the Air Jordan 1 High OG, you can always be sure that Jordan brand is going to come through with a plethora of colorways for it. Heading into 2020, Jordan Brand already has a whole slew of Jordan 1 colorways on the horizon with one of them being the women’s exclusive, “UNC to Chicago.”
Much like the recent “Fearless” colorway that dropped a little while back, the “UNC to Chicago” is meant to celebrate Michael Jordan‘s transition from college to the NBA. The shoe had a red outsole and toe box while the Nike swoosh and back heel are powder blue. From there, the rest of the sneaker comes in black leather and all of the elements complement each other well. Thanks to these new photos from @kickwhoshow, we now know what the sneaker will look like on-foot and so far, it’s living up to every single expectation.
If you’re looking to cop these, the rumored release date is being set for February 14th (Valentine’s Day) of next year. Let us know in the comments how you’re feeling about these.
Air Jordan 6 "DMP" Coming Back Soon: Detailed On-Foot Photos
Fans have been waiting for this one.
A few years ago, Jordan Brand was really into celebrating the history of the company with sneaker packs. These packs usually included two shoes that you had to purchase at the same time. One of the most popular couplings at the time was the infamous “DMP” pack which came with a black and gold Air Jordan 6. Sneakerheads have been clamoring for this shoe to return on its own but Jumpman has been waiting for the right time to do it.
Apparently, that time is now as the Air Jordan 6 “DMP” continues to be teased with a rumored release date of January 25th, 2020. Fans are excited to finally get this shoe back onto the market especially considering all of the materials that are involved. The shoe is made of black suede and the gold accents make it one of the sharpest shoes in the Jordan Brand library. Thanks to @kickwhoshow, we now have some beautiful on-foot images of the shoe which will surely get sneakerheads excited prior to the release.
So far, this release is looking incredibly clean and despite dropping early in the year, there is a case to be made it could be the best drop of 2020.
DJ Khaled Previews Even More Unreleased Jordans On IG Story
Still in the meeting.
DJ Khaled is perhaps music’s most notorious sneakerhead although the likes of Stalley and DJ Clark Kent would probably have something to say about that. Regardless, Khaled has an extensive sneaker collection that would make any sneakerhead incredibly jealous. He has shelves upon shelves of shoes and most of them are coming from straight from Jordan Brand, who he has created shoes with in the past. Every single week, it seems as though Khaled is being seeded sneakers and recently, he had to show people what he has in store.
On his Instagram story right now, Khaled has a video of himself showing off the Air Jordan 34 in a gorgeous yellow and orange colorway, as well as the Air Jordan 5 “Island Green,” and Air Jordan 1 React in purple. You can watch the story here although it will most likely be expired soon. In the video below, you can see Khaled receiving Travis Scott’s latest Air Force 1.
Based on the video, it’s clear that Khaled is still incredibly well connected and you can’t help but appreciate how easily he is able to get his hands on some of these items. Some Jordans are no easy task to cop but when you’re being seeded some fire, it makes being a sneakerhead that much easier.
Air Jordan 1 Mid Appears With Multi-Color Swooshes: Detailed First Look
The Jordan 1 Mid continues to evolve.
While it may not be as popular as the Air Jordan 1 High OG, there is no denying the merits of the Mid silhouette. First off, the Mid is typically less expensive than the High OG and is released in greater quantities which means it is more accessible to general consumers. If you’re someone interested in sneaker culture but want a place to start, the Air Jordan 1 Mid is always a great entry point into the game.
Having said that, Jordan Brand is always coming through with new colorways of the Mid and thanks to @hanzuying, we now have some detailed images of a brand new Air Jordan 1 Mid. As you can see from the photos below, the shoe is mostly white on the upper with blue and red overlays. The most interesting detail is the Nike swoosh which is blue, red, and yellow repeated over and over again.
Interestingly enough, there is no name attached to this colorway and so far, it is unclear as to when they will be released. Regardless, it appears to be a pretty intriguing colorway that will surely be making its way to store shelves soon.
Stay tuned for updates on this release as we will be sure to bring them to you.
Air Jordan 4 "What The" Coming Later This Month: Beauty Shots Revealed
This could very well be sneaker of the year.
To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Air Jordan 4, Jumpman has been going all out with the colorways this year and as we approach the end of 2019, they are about to unleash their most ambitious creation yet. If you’re not familiar, the four OG colorways of the Air Jordan 4 are “Military Blue,” “Fire Red,” “White Cement,” and “Bred.” With the “What The” Air Jordan 4, Jordan Brand is merging all four of those colorways together to create a mismatched pair of shoes.
As you can see from the Instagram post below, the shoe is mostly covered in white leather whole patches of blue, red, black, and grey cement are placed throughout in seemingly random order. It’s a pretty phenomenal look that pays homage to some of the best Jordan 4 colorways of all-time. Thanks to @zsneakerheadz, we have some beauty shots courtesy of Shoe Palace and they make the shoe look even better.
For those looking to cop these, they will most likely be limited although you’ll at least have a puncher’s chance at securing them on Saturday, November 23rd for $200 USD. What’s cool is these will also be coming in full family sizes so there will be something for the whole family.