A while back we previewed a collection of Hip-Hop album inspired basketball jerseys, designed by Patso Dimitrov the man behind this collection of Air Jordan signatures x classic 90s rap albums.
Nike's annual "Quai 54" street basketball tournament in Paris is on the horizon and as is tradition The Swoosh will be releasing a handful of limited edition sneakers, including this "Quai 54" Air Jordan 2.
There are still plenty of sneaker releases to look forward to this month, this Summer and the remainder of 2016, but that doesn't mean we can't peel back the curtain to see what Jordan Brand has in store for 2017.
The ubiquity of the “Crying Jordan” meme has been well-documented, and it doesn’t seem to be phasing out of internet vernacular anytime soon. If anything, it’s only getting bigger, and this Air Jordan custom sneaker is proof.
If you’re a sneakerhead, the summertime is basically primetime for you. All those icy soled kicks and fresh white mesh you’ve had tucked away in your closet can finally see the light of day once winter’s wretched weather passes.
Pretty soon Spike Lee might not be the only one wearing golden kicks. A placeholder page has appeared on Nike’s SNKRS app, which they use to list their upcoming releases, and that placeholder shows the golden Air Jordan 4 pictured above.
Just in case you were wondering how much Adidas was cutting into Nikes’ profits – not that much, if the personal wealth of Nike co-founder Phil Knight and Michael Jordan are any indication.
The biggest sneakerhead in the NBA probably isn’t who you’d expect. It’s not Kobe, despite his personal player exclusive Air Jordan collection. It isn’t Nick Young, despite his “Swaggy P” nickname.