The key word in that Air Jordan 1 Retro High headline is “almost.”
The Air Jordan 3 Flyknit ‘Black/Anthracite’ has been marked on many fans calendars for months on end (even though the date was constantly changing). However, Jordan Brand finally released the shoe — it sold out…
Reported as the Air Jordan 4 NRG ‘Raptors’ for several weeks, this upcoming Air Jordan 4 has lost all of its Drake or special make up connections.
The Air Jordan 11 Low IE was never the most popular model. This latest colorway isn’t helping its case.
Leaker @py_rates says that there are four Air Jordan 4 Flyknit colorways scheduled for 2019.
The Tinker series continues with the Air Jordan Black Cat, a first draft concept sketch of what eventually evolved into what we now know as the Air Jordan 13.
In May of 2018, it was rumored that two new Jordan 11 colorways would hit retail before the holidays. Now, the one of them, the Air Jordan 11 ‘Platinum Tint’, has finally surfaced — and…
The Air Jordan 3 Flyknit release date has finally been confirmed.
There’s nothing drab about this Air Jordan 1 Retro.
The latest for Russell Westbrook’s on-court strapless signature is the Why Not Zer0.1 Low ‘Cement’.
Last month, WearTesters reported that the Air Jordan 3 Flyknit release date had been pushed back (again). Now, we have a detailed look that offers a much better look at the knit textures and glow…
The Air Jordan 13 ‘He Got Game’ is back and I couldn’t wait to take it to the court.
The latest in a series of strange NRG releases is a laceless Air Jordan 5 NRG ‘Grape’ that pays homage to several classic photos from The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.
Jordan Brand is celebrating Chris Paul’s alma mater right before back to school with the Air Jordan 12 ‘Class of 2003’.
Originally released in 2004, leakers have doubled down on a 2019 Air Jordan 19 Retro.
After reporting on the Air Jordan 7 Low NRG ‘Bordeaux’ yesterday it appears that more of these strange Jordans are coming.
Now the shoe looks even more like the classic Air Jordan 11.
During The ESSENCE Festival 2018 in July, famed footwear boutique franchise Sneaker Politics hosted a special festival week in New Orleans with Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Honey for its “Jack ‘N Kicks” collaboration.