Air Jordan 7 “Flint” Gets A Release Date?

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.


The Air Jordan 4 Retro “Manila” Will See Extremely Limited Quantities

The Air Jordan 4 “Manila” will be releasing solely at Nike Manila in the Philippines. This silhouette is inspired by different aspects of Manila, including its flag.

The upper portion of the silhouette shows shades of green with an ostrich material on the tongue while the mudguard receives a stingray texture. Looking deeper into the details, the inside of the tongues shows what number the shoe is marked out of the 150 limited quantities.

For a chance to purchase these sneakers, enter the raffle at Nike Park. Winners will be selected on December 1 with the official release slated for December 3 at the grand opening of the Jordan Brand store in Bonifacio Global City.

The Air Jordan 11 Adapt Celebrates The 25th Anniversary Of The XI And Its Self-Lacing

Continuing its 25th Anniversary celebration of the Air Jordan 11, Jordan Brand has created a first for the silhouette, infusing it with Nike Adapt self-lacing tech. Just like it’s predecessors in the Adapt family such as the Adapt BB 2.0 and Adapt Auto Max, the Air Jordan 11 “Adapt” uses an App to tighten and loosen the laces or through the use of buttons at the mid foot.

For the most part, the overall silhouette stays true to the 11’s aesthetic with a few minor adjustments. A translucent layer covers the upper portion of the sneaker including the lace eyelet area as well as the Jumpman logo at the heel. Instead of regular laces, thin cords have been equipped as part of Adapt technology’s lock-down device. Tinker Hatfield’s sketches remain true in terms of the colorway he originally used as well as an icy sole that rounds out the look.

Be on the look out for the Air Jordan 11 “Adapt” to drop on December 30.

Jordan Brand Celebrates 25 Years Of The Air Jordan 11 With The “Jubilee” Colorway

The Air Jordan 11 is celebrating its 25 years and Jordan Brand will deliver two specially designed silhouettes for the occasion. The focus for the first silhouette will be on the “Jubilee” colorway which draws inspiration from original sketches.

This 25th Anniversary model adds a familiar aspect that was very important to the aesthetic of the Jordan 11, black patent leather. This iconic Jordan 11 material drapes around the lower half of the upper, while mesh rests above. “JORDAN” letters can be seen displayed along the sides of the eyelets in Metallic Silver while a “25” can be found along the insole.

Nike just did a shock drop on these today but there will be a second chance to cop these once again on December 12th on Nike SNKRS for $220.

Take a Look at the Air Jordan 12 “Dark Concord”

Jordan Brand‘s Holiday 2020 retro collection continues to impress and now we have a new look at the Air Jordan 12 “Dark Concord” colorway.

The “Dark Concord” is adorned in an all black leather upper with the mudguard receiving a pebbled black leather look. Purple or “concord” hits can be seen on the mid-foot overlays, heel tab and the two upper eyelets.

The Air Jordan 12 “Dark Concord” will see a full-size run release in men’s and grade school sizes via Nike SNKRS and select retailers on October 23. Pricing is set at $190 USD for men’s pairs and $140 USD for kids’ pairs.

Air Jordan 3 “Court Purple” + Release Details

A Lakers inspired Air Jordan 3 colorway could be on the way just in time for the holidays. Named Court Purple,” this Los Angeles Lakers rendition comes in a black/purple/white colorway with a mostly matte black upper with purple hits on the back heel, midsole and Jordan logo.

The iconic elephant print remains prevalent just like its predecessors. The “court purple” adds the perfect touch that will make the sneaker a sought-after buy for many Laker fans.

Look for the Air Jordan 3 “Court Purple” to drop on November 14th at select Nike retailers for $190.

Friends & Family Air Jordan 4 “Green Laser”

Sneaker collector English Sole gives us a look at the limited-to-68 AJ4 “Green Laser” silhouette. These rare sneakers were given to the marketing team of Jordan Brand as well as a select number of Jordan Brand athletes.

The “Green Laser” features an upper of satin green, complimented with an all-over laser design. Black hits compose the mesh panels on the vamp and mid-panel, eyelet cage and mid-sole bumper.

Finishing the design of the sneaker is a white midsole with an icy outsole, joined by red Jumpman branding on the tongue and heel. Check out the gallery above of English Sole’s Air Jordan 4 “Laser Green.”

Air Jordan 1 Hi OG “Bio Hack” Releasing Tomorrow

Taking it back to 2005 of the Undefeated x Nike Dunk High collab, the Air Jordan 1 High OG “Bio Hack” gives you all the nostalgic feels with the various colored panels like Baroque Brown, black, the popular Laser Orange, and Racer Pink that the former made popular.

Look for the Air Jordan 1 High OG “Bio Hack” to drop September 4 for $170 USD. Speculation is that these will be limited to only 5,000 pairs, much like its predecessor.

Nike Air Ship OG “Banned” Is Releasing This Year?

The original banned silhouette that Michael Jordan wore was the Nike Air Ship, even though most think the Air Jordan 1 was the original banned model in the black and red colorway. Earlier this year, Jordan Brand retroed the Air Ship with the Air Jordan 1 during All-Star Weekend as a part of its “New Beginnings” pack. Now, Italian brand Back-Door will hold a global raffle for your chance to own a pair of the Air Ship “Banned.”

via: Back-Door

Check out a closer look at the pair above and head over to Back-Door to enter the raffle ahead of its August 7 release.

Take A look At The Upcoming Union x Air Jordan 4 “Guava Ice”

Union and Jordan Brand are joining forces yet again following the success of their most recent collab, the Union x Air Jordan 1s. The Los Angeles brand has now set its focus on the Air Jordan 4 silhouette which sparked rumors of a release back in 2019. This Air Jordan 4 collab will also be releasing in two different colorways as well.

We’ve already released images of the Union x Air Jordan 4 “Black” version which gave you an idea of the design aesthetic the two brands are going for. This shoe features a suede and mesh material on the upper with a foldable tongue and cream midsole.

The Union x Air Jordan 4 “Guava Ice” will drop on August 15 for $250 USD.