A follow-up to the “Cactus Jack” Air Jordan 4, Travis Scott’s upcoming Air Jordan 1 collab will feature a white-based upper with dark mocha accents throughout. The standout feature will be the flipped Swoosh branding with stash pockets on the ankle collar. Release date is May 3, 2019 at a retail price of $175.
The Nike Phantom React Flyknit will debut in a multi-color Flyknit upper with a black Swoosh branding embroidered on the side. Underneath is a white React cushioned outsole. Release date is May 2, 2019 at a retail price of $150.
Releasing for the first time ever, the Nike Zoom LeBron 3 “Houston All-Star” will sport a university blue nubuck upper with white patent leather overlays used on the toe box, mudguard, and heel. Additional details include red accents on the Swoosh branding, eye stay, which sits atop a white midsole and a blue and red outsole. Release date is May 1, 2019 at a retail price of $175.
Tinker Hatfield created them, Michael Jordan seared them in the general public’s collective memory with a scintillating shot against the Cleveland Cavaliers in the 1989 NBA Playoffs, and in the 30 years since, the Jordan 4 “Bred” has gone on to become one of Jordan Brand’s most iconic sneakers of all time. Now, they’re set to return in April, complete with an original detail that was absent when they last released in 2012: original Nike Air branding on the heel, a mark that was last spotted on the 1999 retro. Apart from the aforementioned branded accents, the AJ4 introduced several other embellishments that have become iconic: they were the first Air Jordan silhouette to feature mesh-netted overlays, and also boasted a unique support and lockdown system provided by the iconic “wings” on the lateral and medial sides. From a graphic standpoint, they also that introduced the now-omnipresent “Flight” concept to MJ’s signature line. And all those signature details, embellishments, and tech are brought together by the beautiful combination of black, grey, and fire red that gives the shoe its name. Get a detailed look at this carefully-remastered take of the Air Jordan 4 Bred below, and mark your calendars for their May 4th release.
Air Jordan 4 Bred
Release Date: May 4th, 2019
Color: Black/Cement Grey-Summit White-Fire Red
Style Code: 308497-060
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The school year is coming to a blissful end, and, across the country, graduates will be receiving their hard-earned diplomas before moving on to the next chapter of their lives. It’s a monumental day each and every year, and you need to be fresh for an occasion this major, so Jordan Brand has readied the Air Jordan 13 “Cap And Gown” to make sure you can have a perfect pair of kicks to pair with your robe and mortarboard. Carrying on the ethos established by last year’s Air Jordan 11 “Cap And Gown,” this special AJ13 offers plenty of luxury in a refined, tonal fashion. A compelling black patent leather overlay sits atop a suave black suede upper, while the collar badge trades out its signature cats-eye design for a debossed metal logo embellishment that combines “23” and a Jumpman logo. The podular midsole is also dressed in all black, and an ever-so-slight translucent outline on the outsole adds just enough contrast. If you want to walk across the stage in style this spring, or you just need an elegant pair of kicks, you’ll be able to grab these 13s for $200 at the retailers listed below on April 27th.
Air Jordan 13
Release Date: April 27th, 2019
Style Code: 414571-012
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After a February Ultra Boost collaboration with BAPE, adidas is now looking to the world of high fashion for another co-created take on their premier running silhouette, and they’ve tapped Italian luxury brand Missoni for three new takes on the Ultra Boost Clima. Known for their striking, highly-colored knitwear designs, Missoni has taken the UB’s flexible Primeknit upper and made it look as if it was in fact woven out of a traditional yarn, even melding the midfoot cage into the upper for a one-piece look. One pair features a simple white base with a small dose of flecked accents, while one intersperses white and black together for an Oreo-style palatte, but the most striking pair of the lot is unquestionably the multi-colored makeup, which blends shades from all over the color wheel for a look that perfectly skirts the line between loud and overbearing. Each pair then features contrasting laces and a Missoni tag on the tongue, while a white Boost midsole provides signature comfort and support. Check out all three pairs in detail below, and expect a release on adidas.com on April 25th for $250 USD.
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