Air Jordan 1 High OG “Storm Blue” Release Date,Most sneakerheads may have probably assumed that the final Air Jordan 1 OG colorway to arrive at retailers in 2016 was the Air Jordan 1 High OG “Bred,” but that is apparently not the case. @zsneakerheadz was the one who had shared this photo on Instagram and even a potential release date has been reported. Sneakerheads may not remember, Air Jordan 1 High “Storm Blue” happens to be one of the model’s original colorways. Since it is an OG rendition, it is also returning in OG form, which means that its tongues feature the “Nike Branding” that can indeed be spotted.
There has been no confirmation from Jordan Brand, but reports suggest that it will arrive at retailers around Christmas. So far, it is being alluded to that the release date of the Air Jordan 1 High OG “Storm Blue” will be December 23rd and it may end up retailing at a price of $160.While the summer is gradually nearing its end, this season happens to be a particularly notable time for Blue-colored Air Jordan sneakers. It had all started with the Air Jordan 6 “Sport Blue” and had not taken long for some Jordan Brand’s most coveted models like the Air Jordan 3 and Air Jordan 4 to get dressed up in a Blue-themed color scheme. From the very beginning, even amongst the original Air Jordan 1 colorways, there had been the “Royal Blue” iteration. In fact, it turns out that another classic Blue-colored Air Jordan 1 OG colorway will apparently be one of Holiday 2016’s Jordan releases.
Air Jordan 31FinePrint Sneaker Release Date.Before Michael Jordan had signed with Nike, he actually used to dream of rocking adidas sneakers on the court upon becoming a part of the NBA. Back when he playing for the North Carolina Tar Heels, he used to wear Converse sneakers, much like the rest of his teammates. Unfortunately for adidas, it had been a bad time for the brand back then following the death of Adi Dassler, the company’s founder, and so the Three Stripes never made an offer. That is how Michael Jordan during his rookie years, ultimately ended up signing a contract with Nike and this latest Air Jordan 31 draws inspiration from it.
The photos seen accompanying this post had been shared by Instagram user @jiayfreddy131. This brand new colorway of the Air Jordan 31 has been dubbed “FinePrint” and it is probably obvious what fineprint it is referring to, namely the contract that Michael Jordan had signed with Nike. Even the Black and White color scheme of this sneaker is a reference to the contact. The areas of this sneaker are referring to the contract’s white-colored paper and the Black accents and detailing are all referring to the black-colored ink on the contract. At the same time, Wolf Grey also makes an appearance here and there for the sake of contrast.
With the recent release of the Air Jordan 31 “Banned,” sneakerheads are probably assuming that this new colorway may not arrive until later this year. On the contrary, it is being reported that this sneaker will be among September 2016’s Jordan releases. In fact, it will apparently retail at a price of $185 on September 17th.
Michael Jordan had actually been very disappointed when adidas had not made him a definite offer. Despite that he had even showed up at Converse headquarters, it was ultimately Nike that moved in and swept the rookie who would end up becoming the G.O.A.T. Nike clearly saw Michael Jordan’s potential and what he could end up accomplishing in the future. At the time when Nike had been in talks with Michael Jordan, he was shown the iconic Black and Red colorway of the Air Jordan 1, which has ever since been dubbed the “Bred” iteration. The latest Air Jordan 31 has been inspired by all of this.
The Air Jordan 1 “Banned” Or AJ Retro “What The” ,The Air Jordan 1 “Banned” just arrived at retailers over the weekend on September 3rd and retailed at a price of $160. For those who do not still already know or have not noticed, unlike the 2013 version, this year’s release is a Remastered edition, with tumbled leather uppers, and just like the original from 1985, it also includes White-colored insoles. The silhouette shape of 2016’s Air Jordan 1 “Banned” also appears to be different, with slightly higher heels and thicker toeboxes. It turns out that an Instagram user had recently ordered Air Jordan 1 “Banned” pair, but he received another, unexpected sneaker instead.
Air Jordan 1 “Top Three”
Black/Varsity Red-Varsity Royal
Release Date: November 28th, 2016
555178-010 | $160
Nike’s most recent “What The” release had arrived on June 18th, 2016 in the form of the latest colorway of Kevin Durant’s eighth signature model, the KD 8. It has become somewhat of an annual tradition for Nike Basketball to add a new installment to its “What The” series of mixed-and-matched sneaker colorways. Sneakerheads who take a look back at the “What The” series will soon come to realize that there have never really been any Air Jordan “What The” sneakers, at least not until recently. Rumors about an Air Jordan 1 “What The” had surfaced back in August and @kev_0594 unexpectedly receive a pair.
Instead of the Air Jordan 1 “Banned” that he had ordered, the “What The” colorway of the Air Jordan 1 arrived at his doorstep. The iteration is apparently dubbed “Top Three,” referring to the three most popular OG colorways of the model that it borrows from. Namely, the signature hues from the “Bred,” “Chicago” and “Royal” appear to have been mixed-and-matched over this sneaker. Even each of its tongues features a mismatched “Nike Air” logo. Reportedly, this Air Jordan 1 “Top Three” will not hit the shelves until November 28th.
So, despite the mistake, is fortunate to now own a pair of the Air Jordan 1 “What The” or “Top Three” more two months before any other sneakerhead will be able to get their hands on a pair. Of course, he will probably have to give up on copping the Air Jordan 1 “Banned” or spend another $160 to grab a pair.
Air Jordan 31 “Bred” 845037-001 Release Date,Though the Air Jordan 31 is set for an official unveiling next Wednesday, the internet has beaten Jordan Brand to the punch this year.Making rounds today is the first look at the new flagship model in the “Banned” or “Bred” colorway. The colorway and execution is a reference to the original “Banned” Air Jordan 1, which was hinted at in the teaser commercial that debuted this past week.
The Air Jordan XXX1 is already around the corner and has a scheduled release date for Summer 2016 which is way before many of us thought they would launch.
Where to buy Air Jordan 17+ Retro Chicago Bulls “Bred”.Unsurprisingly, the return of the Air Jordan 17+ Retro in the OG “Copper” will be accompanied by some new colorways for the shoe, which we can see here with a first look at an all-new “Bred” edition. Originally released in 2002 in only the Copper version with croc-skin paneling at the heel, the Air Jordan 17+ finally gets a second colorway, featuring the classic black and red Bulls color scheme—even though MJ wasn’t playing for his former Chicago team when the Air Jordan 17 was originally on the shelves. Enjoy this first look at the Air Jordan 17+ “Bred” and stay tuned to Sneaker News for more information and a release date.