Air Jordans 2018
Air Jordan 11 Derek Jeter that was limited to only 5 pairs and released at a pop-up shop outside of Yankee Stadium in 2017, is now turned into a Air Jordan 11 Low Derek Jeter RE2PECT version this year, and it’s releasing to the public. Basically featuring the very same theme, the sneaker features a navy blue suede upper and matching waxed laces for a premium finish. Other details include Jeter’s number 2 embroidered on the heels, along with “RE2PECT” and “2” printed on the insoles. A contrasting white midsole and milky translucent outsole finally completes the design altogether.The Air Jordan Retro 1 "Bred Toe" drops 2/24 and will be $160.00 in men's and grade school sizing. They will be available both in-store and on the City Gear app. Contact your local City Gear for availability and release procedures on this kick. To find a City Gear near you, use our Store Locator.women jordans 2017
Jordan Brand team and Nike are serving out hot "bred" for the masses with their latest silhouette release. The Air Jordan Retro 1 "Bred Toe" takes on an updated look without losing any of its timeless appeal. Dubbed the ‘Bred Toe,’ these color-blocked bad boys take cues from the original Black and Red AJ 1 ‘Breds,’ famously known as the pair of sneakers that started it all (with a hefty pricetag behind them). Fast forward to this 2018 AJ retro drop that still comes still sporting the famous black and red on the heel and toe box like that of its ancestor. Definetly a classic kick for a new chapter in the Air Jordan 1 series.Mark Parker, Nike’s CEO, recently announced that some of the most iconic Air Jordan sneakers will once again be coveted, exclusive and special like they used to be. A few years ago, Jordan Brand announced its Retro Remaster Initiative, which led to an improvement in the quality and an increase in the production numbers of Air Jordan sneakers. In 2018 though, copping Air Jordan Retro releases will seemingly be a lot harder.Jordan Sneakers 2017
shoe was originally named the Air Jordan Revolution and incorporated Mike’s personality into the design concept. In the end, Nike decided to keep the Roman numeral system for marketing reasons and it also introduced us to Mars Blackmon after the brand decided to hire Brooklyn native Spike Lee to direct and star in the commercial. The gamble ended up being another win for the brand and 25 years later its iconic status isn’t up for debate. Another timeless moment that helped etch the sneaker in history was MJ taking flight in the IIIs from the free-throw line during Chicago’s All-Star Weekend and winning the Slam Dunk Contest—earning MVP honors in the black/cement pair during the game itself didn’t hurt either.