A 'Teal' colorway of the Air Jordan 4 will be joining the 'Oreo' and 'Columbia' in 2015. The kicks feature a smooth leather upper, as opposed to the tumbled build of the aforementioned models.
The 23rd anniversary of the Air Jordan 6 continues to roll on with yet another creative release courtesy of Jordan Brand. The newest AJVI to reveal itself is this anime-inspired 'Slam Dunk' which draws inspiration from the Japanese cartoon and its main character Hanamichi Sakuragi, who traditionally rocks the 'White/Infrared' Jordan 6.
Oddly enough, the iconic Air Jordan 6 never donned the timeless 'Bred' colorway that has become a staple for many Air Jordan silhouettes. 2014 has been the year of the 6, and a never before seen sample from 2010 has surfaced in the aforementioned color scheme, which has us wondering why Jordan Brand never officially released it.
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The Nike LeBron 11 Elite "Hero" will be hitting retailers on May 9th. The kicks will be accompanied by the Nike Kobe 9 Elite, and Nike KD6 Elite as part of the Hero Collection.
Joining the 'Columbia' Air Jordan 4 in 2015 will be the 'Oreo,' in what figures to be one of the most anticipated releases of the new year. The 2015 'Oreo' IV looks to stay true to its OG roots, with that butter smooth black tumbled leather throughout the upper, including the perforated panels.
Joining the 'Columbia' Air Jordan 4 in 2015 will be the 'Oreo,' in what figures to be one of the most anticipated releases of the new year. We've still got a lot of life left in 2014, with a ton of great releases, but it's hard not to feel the hype for the iconic Jordan 4.
The Nike LeBron 11 EXT "King's Crown" is a sneaker that is sure to break some necks. The shimmering LeBron 11 quickstrike will be hitting select retailers such as Sneaker Bistro on July 4th, with a $250 price tag.