The Air Jordan "Olympic Pack" features the Air Jordan 1 and Air Jordan 6. Both sneakers feature removable flag decals and USA colorways. Included in the pack, wooden shoe trees, white Olympic dust bags, a USA Olympic Basketball themed Nike Destroyer jacket, and a hat bearing the flag.
Next up on the Air Jordan "Element" series is the Air Jordan 5Lab3. The reflective 3M tongue that has become synonymous with multiple Air Jordan 5 releases, takes on the entirety of this Air Jordan 3.
Furthermore, the 5Lab3 features reflective black laces, cement print, and eyelets. A translucent outsole and "Element" sign on the inner tongue complete the mashup which is just as strange as the 3Lab5 model.
LeBron took to instagram to show off his Drake inspired sweatshirt, but also gave us a glimpse of an unreleased "Volt Dunkman" Nike LeBron 9 Elite. Whether this was done intentionally or not, the sneaker community is marveling over the electric kicks. The sneakers were limited to samples and "friends and family" pairs, which add to their lure and exclusivity.
The White/Infrared Air Jordan 6 is scheduled to drop on February 15th. That doesn't apply to Macklemore though. The avid sneakerhead was seen chilling at the airport rocking the always clean Infrared 6s. One of the most anticipated releases of this young year, so get prepared for a bevy of celebrities displaying their early pick-up.
The Air Jordan 4 "Chicago Blackhawks" are a private order done by none other than Mache. As you can tell, the celebratory sneakers uses the "Toro" Air Jordan 4 as the base.
Blackhawks logos and the Stanley Cup are stamped on either side of the ankle to commemorate the Blackhawks championship last season. The coolest part of this custom is the Jumpman on the heel which is decked out in stripes to resemble the stripes on the Blackhawks logo. Intricate, but clean.
Red October, gamma blue, elephant print, camo print; you get the idea. 2013 was filled with a ton of polarizing colorways and designs that even had the celebrities itching to get a pair.
The Jordan "Legends of the Summer" Pack, "Red October" Yeezy's and a rare pair of "Pantone" Air Jordan 11s all made there way into the spotlight throughout the year. Actors, rappers, ballers, and comedians all brought out the heat in 2013, so lets take a look back at the top-10 celebrity sneaker moments.
The Air Jordan 3 "Katrina" will reportedly hit retailers on March 8th, 2014. This colorway was originally auctioned off on EBay to raise money for the victims of Hurricane Katrina.
The latest addition to the plethora of Jordan 3s slated to drop in 2014 features white tumbled leather throughout the upper. It's reminiscent of the white/cement 3 with its use of the cement print in all the familiar places. The Jumpman on the tongue, lower eyelets, and heel cap all don the eye catching infrared.
In case you didn't get enough of Kevin Hart on nearly every commercial the past week, here he is again. The funny man was out and about in LA after watching the Heat take on the Lakers on Christmas day. The Nike Air Yeezy 1 was Hart's shoe of choice, and he also wore a jacket that had to be a size XXS.
For all the Taxis, Gamma Blue 11s, and Laneys comes a ton of atrocious, volatile kicks that make us wonder how they ever made it to retail. Each person has their own preferences, but there are always a bunch of black sheep that stand out from the crowd as being downright ugly. Thats why we're here today; to expose the most barbaric, rotten, and lousy kicks of 2013.
The all black, carbon fiber Nike Air Flightposite looks to be making a return in 2014. The sleek, all black look is a nice change of pace from the crazy and vibrant colorways we've previously seen getting retro'd.
The iconic zipper shroud is held down by carbon fiber overlays which really make the black upper stand out. White swooshes complete the look on what could be the most popular Nike Air Flightposite to date.
The Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG "Bred" will officially hit retailers on December 28th. The OG release is one of the most anticipated drops of 2013. The iconic sneaker is dear to those sneakerheads who appreciate the history of the shoe, which mimics the exact model Jordan wore.