After a snapshot of SoleFly’s new collaboration with Jordan Brand on the Air Jordan 3, another quick look has been let loose. This time pulling down the heel tabs, we see the kick sending a special shout out to the state of Florida, more specifically, Miami (as evidenced by the 305 area code). All of the other details revealed in the last teaser seem to be intact, with the upper and profile still remaining a mystery. What are your thoughts on this rare Jordan 3 collaboration? Drop them in the comment section.
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Always iconic, the Air Jordan 1 silo gets dressed up on the new Jordan Shine. Taking after the iconic original, this upscale installment retains shape while shifting structure. A premium leather upper ditches conventional paneling in favor of a woven midsection, contrasted by smooth styling on the toe box and heel. Get a preview of the Jordan Shine in the image above from GQ and look for these to launch in the near future at Barneys New York.
Fat Joe retains his spot on #teamearly by sharing a look at two upcoming colorways of the Air Jordan 2. The first pair draws from OG Air Jordan elements, sporting a black leather base with grey speckling and infrared piping. A second pair bares resemblance to the color code seen on the “Squadron Blue” Air Jordan 13, hosting embossed safari print over a speckled sole. Let us know if you plan on copping any of these upcoming Air Jordan 2 launches in the comment section.
Entering uncharted territory, SoleFly takes to their Instagram account to drop a preview of a collab with Jordan Brand on the Air Jordan 3. Infusing the retro with a citrus vibe, warm tones take to the kick’s upper, as the tongue’s inner lining appears to put yellow on display and the heel counter flashing some fluorescence. From there, SoleFly seemingly brings a translucent outsole to the table, fittingly in red, with the midsole leaning toward a navy blue hue. With only a rear view as of right now, more than a few details are still unknown, so stay tuned to Nice Kicks for updates and drop your thoughts on this possible upcoming collab in the comments.
After a year marked by Air Jordan 1 releases, Jordan Brand revives the silhouette in rare Retro KO form, starting with the “Chicago” as the first to be officially unveiled. Drawing from the model’s original construction, the shoe’s canvas upper is paired up with a sole borrowed from the Nike Vandal, taking it back to an ’85 aesthetic. Mirroring the “Chicago” Jordan 1, white and red dominate the kick’s upper regions, with help from black on the side Swooshes and laces, leaving red to cover the outsole. This year’s first installment of the AJKO is set to land at Jordan retailers this Saturday, March 15 for $140, so until then, check out the photos below and feel free to leave your comments in the appropriate section.
Before the “Last Shot” there was the “First Shot.” As only a freshman in 1982, MJ got on to his game-winning ways early by knocking down a jumper to defeat Georgetown in the NCAA National Championship Game. The Air Jordan 1 KO “Rivalry” Pack celebrates the moment and the two Jordan Brand schools, dressing the canvas kicks in Tar Heel and Hoya Hues. Get a detailed look at these collegiate colorways of the AJKO below via Hypebeast and stay tuned to Nice Kicks for release date information.
The Air Jordan 1 KO “Chicago” is coming back. Last released four years ago with an aged midsole, the canvas kicks are returning in super clean fashion. White, red and black round out this rendition, baring Swoosh, Wings and Nike Air branding. A leather collar provides contrast on the upper, capping off the “Chicago” colorway. Get a preview of this AJKO via Wish ATL and look for these to launch at select Jordan Brand accounts nationwide this Saturday.
It’s been a day for debuts. After LeBron James’ break out of the Nike LeBron 11 Elite in Chicago, Russell Westbrook chose Hollywood for the first wear of his Air Jordan 10 PE. Following in the footsteps of the Chris Paul pair, this AJ10 exclusive features a black base, Thunder team colors down the tongue, icy outsoles and Westbrook’s jersey number tagging the ankle. While Russ eventually switched to the Air Jordan XX8 SE, these did get some hardwood TV time. Peep a close up shot from Sole Collector above and look for more in tomorrow morning’s Kicks On Court.