Air Jordan has been pumping out the Retro II’s this year, and this Saturday brings another great II model. The original Retro II colorway that released first in 1986 will be available at retailers this Saturday, June 7th. Here’s a sneak peek at the colorway.
One of the most anticipated shoe releases this year is the Retro VI in the “Carmine” colorway. Jordan Brand will be releasing this retro on Saturday, May 24th. Expect the demand to be pretty high for this, so check with your local retailers on availability.
For today’s Sneakhype Sneak Peek, we take a look at the new Air Jordan Retro II in a Concord colorway. The shoe is set to release at retailers this Saturday, May 10th. Cop or not?
May 3rd brings a classic Air Jordan model with a new twist. The Air Jordan XI Low will be releasing in the “Concord colorway.” This is definitely one of the best colorways in Jordan Brand history. What’s your take on the low version?
It was a terrible & great weekend for Jordan Brand lovers. On the one hand there was a restock on Nikestore that was supposed to go down, and frustrations arose when the website was not cooperating. Nike then announced that the restock release would be postponed. The good side is that we got a look at all the different retros they will be restocking, and we know that they will not only be size 15 and up *cough, cough.. Foot Locker/Eastbay, cough*. Here’s a look at all the different retros that will be restocked at a later date and time.
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?