This past weekend, KC Sole held their 2nd sneaker show called KC Sneakfest. I was a little disappointed I missed out on last year’s event, but luckily got to go experience it this year. Walking into the Kansas City Municipal Building, I didn’t really know what to expect, and was amazed from the moment I walked in. Loud music, a concession stand that included tall boy cans of beer, and best of all…. SHOES.
Tomorrow brings another retro release from Jordan Brand. This time they’re releasing the 5LAB3 in a reflective silver colorway. The shoe features an upper completely comprised of a reflective silver material, and they also sport an ice sole for the bottoms. Here’s a closer look at the shoe thanks to Sneaker Politics.
Have you ever wondered what an Air Jordan collaboration with a designer brand would look like? If the answer is yes, you’re in luck. An artist on Behance that goes by the name of Dead Dilly has created a series of designs showing what the high end collaborations could look like. Dead Dilly used the Air Jordan 1-11 as his canvas. Most of the kicks turned out really great. Would you guys cop these?
Here’s a detailed look at the upcoming Nike SB Air Jordan 1. So far I’ve heard a lot of people on both sides of the fence when it comes to this model. I’m sure it’ll still sell out extremely fast, so make sure you’re ready to grab a pair on March 15th.
Tomorrow brings another retro release from Jordan Brand. First thing in the AM, retailers will have the Retro X’s in a “Powder Blue” colorway available. It seems like these should be pretty popular, so be sure to get there early.
February 15th marks the retro-release of another iconic Jordan shoe. This time around Jordan Brand is releasing the white/infrared retro VI’s. Be sure to hit your local retailers bright and early on the 15th, because you know these will fly off the shelves.