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.
The Sneaker Bodega has created these awesome retro Air Jordan posters that categorize the OG AJ’s by the year of their release. They’re perfect for the sneakerhead with a closet full of shoes but nothing on his/her walls. As of right now the poster only categories the Air Jordan 1-6. Hopefully more posters will come in the near future.
Awhile back at Drake Night hosted by the Toronto Raptors and Drake, a couple of lucky fans received extremely rare pairs of Air Jordan Retro Xs. They are actually the only 2 pairs in existence, and one Drake fan has decided to auction them off on eBay. The current bid? Oh, just $99,900. Check ‘em out here.