Travis Scott plans to celebrate his birthday tomorrow (April 30) with the release of his latest sneaker collab with Jordan Brand in the Air Jordan 6 “British Khaki” colorway. This collab will be the second Air Jordan 6 silhouette that the Houston MC has created and pandemonium has already started.
Jordan Brand preps the release of their upcoming Air Jordan 7 “Flint” colorway. This silhouette keeps the same color palette as the original 2006 pair with a few material modifications.
This updated Jordan 7 model features gray suede on the collar, toebox and quarter panels, encapsulated by white leather trim and overlays. In regards to the modified materials, the suede is deeper than the suede seen on the older model, and the tumbled leather appears to be less stiff.
The Air Jordan 7 “Flint” are rumored to release on May 8 and retail for $190 USD.
One of the more iconic silhouettes in the Air Jordan stable comes through in a new colorway, “Taupe Haze.”
Drawing a striking similarity to the Travis Scott Air Jordan 4 khaki-colored sneaker that he dropped for friends and family, these “Taupe Haze” Jordan 4’s will surely draw a lot of attention upon release.
Jordan Brand has given us a look at some of their releases for Spring 2021 and it’s safe to say they have some heat on the way.
The Air Jordan retros featured in the gallery below have made the official release list. The Jordan Brand Spring 2021 Holiday Collection will be comprised of 11 pairs total with 6 different silhouettes. Such silhouettes will be women’s exclusives, past releases as well as some familiar models featuring new tech and materials.
Release dates have yet to be determined but check back for more details.
The Air Jordan 1 Zoom CMFT gets revamped in a clean “Sail” colorway that makes the pair complimentary with any wardrobe you put together.
Features of the Air Jordan 1 Zoom CMFT include an indented Swoosh with black accents on the laces, collar, and tongue. Elsewhere, buttery leather covers each panel of the upper, dipped in the Sail colorway. Rounding out the details is the Wings insignia in a white tone along with Zoom Air tech and sockliner graphics.
Take a look at the gallery above and check out Nike.com on December 1 for $140 USD.
The Air Jordan 1 is one of the most sought after silhouettes and the brand continues to release heat after heat of color ways to keep sneaker heads salivating at the mouth. The upcoming Air Jordan 1 High OG “University Blue” pays homage to Michael Jordan’s college days at The University of North Carolina as it features the color palette of the famed Tar heels basketball team.
According to Instagram sneaker page ZSneakerHeadz, the Air Jordan 1 High OG “University Blue” will be dropping first quarter of next year. Featuring a white leather base accented with “University Blue” overlays and outsoles, this particular model shares the same color blocking as the “Chicago Bulls” silhouette. A white midsole is complimented by the contrasting blacks on the laces, Swoosh and tongue areas.
The Air Jordan 1 High OG “University Blue” will drop on February 20, 2021 for $170 USD.
Off-White continues its collaboration with Jordan/Nike and the release date for the upcoming Air Jordan 5 “Fire Red” collab will be dropping toward the end of the month.
The “Fire Red” features the deconstructed aesthetic that Off-White head honcho Virgil Abloh has made iconic over the last few years and is reminiscent of the “Black Metallic” colorway. The color palette of this sneaker, however, is inverted from the “Black Metallic” colorway, featuring a sail upper with red accents and silver reflective tongues. The aged yellowing look can be seen on the mid-panel, eyelets, lace toggle, and tread area. Rounding out the details is Abloh’s cutouts that the designer made famous on the first Air Jordan 5 he designed.
The Off-White x Air Jordan 5 “Fire Red” will release on October 24 for $225 USD.
Jordan Brand is capitalizing on adding the royal blue colorway to its classic silhouettes and have seized the opportunity in picking the right models so far. The Air Jordan 3 will be next up to bat with the “Varsity Royal” which is slated to release this October.
The colorway bares a striking resemblance to the Air Jordan 3 “Unite” being that the only difference is the color swap of red to blue. Check out the upcoming colorway in the gallery above and look for these to drop on October 10 for $190 USD.
The Nike J-Pack series has seemingly revitalized the Dunk Low silhouette and the brand continues its onslaught on the sneaker industry with yet another color way. This latest colorway comes in the form of the legendary “Chicago” combination.
This Dunk Low silhouette pays respect to the white, red and black uniforms of the “Chicago” Bulls and is adorned with white leather uppers, tongues, toe caps and side panels while the signature red is captured on the leather overlays of the toe, eyelets and heel cap. Lastly, a black hue is found on the ankles and Nike Swoosh complimented by a white midsole and red rubber outsole.
The Nike SB Dunk Low J-Pack “Chicago” is expected to drop in Korea on August 21 for $100 USD, and on Nike SNKRS on September 1.
With the notoriety that the most recent Air Jordan 1 collaboration with Union Los Angeles has claimed, it seems that we will see another iconic collaboration between the two brands. The next silhouette to get the Union Los Angeles treatment will be the Air Jordan 4, which is rumored to drop in August. Images have now surfaced as the release date nears.
Features of the Union x Air Jordan 4 include an upper composed of a mix of suede and mesh in a color palette of a faded black, blue and red colorway. The cream midsole and tongue adds a unique touch to the overall silhouette while also staying consistent with Union’s aesthetic.
The Union x Air Jordan 4 drops on August 15 for $250 USD. Check out a first look at some images above and head back for official details.