To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the iconic Air Jordan 8, Jordan Brand is teaming up once again with sneaker retailer SoleFly to bring some Miami heat to the Air Jordan 8 for a special collaboration dubbed “Mi Casa Es Su Casa.”
As summer ends, the fall releases begin to arrive, and it seems Jordan Brand has a hectic end to the year ahead of them. With several exciting releases on the way, it’s clear that we have a lot to look forward to in the coming months, and this brand-new Jordan 6 featuring weather-resistant Gore-Tex materials may just reach the top of that list.
Chris Paul’s relationship with Jordan Brand dates back to 2006 when the “Point God” originally signed with the brand. Throughout the years, Paul & Jordan Brand has introduced several signature models, and they’re set to expand on this successful partnership by introducing a brand-new Air Jordan 1 Low OG.
There’s still a long way to go in 2023, although we can’t help but be excited about what’s to come next year from Jordan Brand. We’re set to see some brand new looks on some of our favorite silhouettes, such as the iconic Air Jordan 1 High OG, which will release in a “Yellow Ochre” colorway next Spring.
As we approach the release date for the latest album by Travis Scott, titled “Utopia,” fans have eagerly anticipated any spoilers from the Houston-born artist. Although, instead of getting a sneak peek at one of the tracks on the album, Travis gave us a look at what’s to come in the future from him and Jordan Brand, and it’s safe to say that it’s got fans excited.
Inspired by the Air Jordan 6 “Infrared,” the Air Jordan 7 is set to feature a white iteration of the fan-favorite colorway that we first became obsessed with back in 1991. The Air Jordan 7 “White Infrared” features a predominantly white base constructed with smooth and tumbled leather, while hits of “Crimson” are followed by black tongue, collar panels, and heel tabs.
The Air Jordan 1 lineup doesn’t need an introduction. One of the most iconic sneaker designs is about to get another classic makeover in the form of the AJ1 University Blue, aka “UNC Toe.” Seen on many silhouettes over the years, the colorway nods to Michael Jordan’s time at the University of North Carolina featuring …