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Bring ‘em Back: Air Jordan 1 “All Black” Japan Exclusive

Air Jordan 1 All-Black

Much fuss is made over the “Black Cat” Air Jordan 3 and Air Jordan 4, and for good reason. Both pairs proved ahead of their time, offering toned down takes

Bring ‘em Back: Nike Air Classic BW “Stash”

Nike Air Classic BW Stash

Is the Nike Air Classic BW “Stash” what the game’s been missing? Sure, the sneaker scene is rich right now with plenty of releases to choose from, but this limited

Bring ‘em Back: Air Jordan 10 White/Red-Steel

Air Jordan 10

This weekend, the “Steel” 10s returned for the first time since 2005. On their initial run they were joined by a slight alternative. The Air Jordan 10 White/Varsity Red saw

Bring ‘em Back: Nike Zoom Kobe V “Chaos”

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The popularity of the “Pit Viper” Kobe 8 had us thinking about some of our favorite Black Mamba releases, and there probably isn’t a Kobe model we would like to

Bring ‘em Back: Air Jordan 2 “Doernbecher”

Air Jordan 2 Doernbecher

The first “Doernbecher” Jordan was actually the second silo. Leading off the storied string of Jumpman stamped sneakers for a great cause, the Air Jordan 2 brought the famed franchise

Bring ‘em Back: Air Jordan 3 “Flip”

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It’s only right that the sneaker subject of this week’s Bring ‘em Back features a heavy dose of elephant print. After Jordan Brand’s successful launch of the 3Lab5 and two

Bring ‘em Back: Air Jordan 4 “Tour Yellow”

Air Jordan 4 Tour Yellow

The Air Jordan 4 has had a big year and it’s done so in new colorways. While the likes of the “Toro Bravo”, “Fear” and “Green Glow” colorways have captivated wearers, non-OG makeups were not nearly as well received when they were first introduced back around the turn of the millennium. The Air Jordan 4 “Tour Yellow” falls right in the middle of now and then, seeing popularity that also plays the middle ground. Launched in limited fashion, these were hard to get and in many ways forgot about. This model shows shows shades of the OG “Cement” colorway, sporting a speckled midsole, white leather base and grey accents. Conversely, the color palette is much like the “Thunder” and “Lightning” editions. We can’t predict when these will re-release, but we can ask that they do. Bring ‘em back!

Bring ‘em Back: Air Jordan 6 “Doernbecher”

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This week, the Air Jordan 5 “Doernbecher” was the biggest story to hit the sneaker world. While we recently saw the “Doernbecher” 3s return, we’re hoping another one of these