If you haven’t heard the splendid news: the NBA will be back on Christmas Day. That makes me a very happy camper for two reasons: that I’ll be seeing this guy (D-Wade) in action, and we’re in for a great game, as the Miami Heat will be facing the defending NBA champs, the Dallas Mavericks.
Featuring a new colorway, the Air Jordan VII premieres the White and Orion Blue look for the month of March. The shoe’s body consist of leather and similar display of highlights we expect from the VII. March 26 marks the day of the release, which is set to cost you $150 USD at select Jordan accounts.
The Jordan brand is one footwear company, hell, a fashion company in general who has managed to keep itself relevant year after year and they do it with ease. They’re stepping into new avenues and markets lately, especially with the addition of their new V.2 Grown sneaker. Sports a clean and casual look, they still keep things flashy with a contrasting sole. Three colorways and suede uppers, these are a great addition to any Jordan collection. Hit the jump to see full images and then check your local Jordan retailer for availability.
The classic Air Jordan VII takes us back to the days with the use of the African tribal art that makes me reminisce on the early 90 movies. The VII come with solid wooden/metal shoe trees to maintain the shape whilst in storage that will be available soon at Limited Edt Vault. Hit the jump for more images, via streething.
Va$htie, or known as the “Downtown Sweetheart”, did something earlier last week I don’t believe most females have done by creating her own signature colorway for Jordan. The director plus more, has collaborated with the legendary brand in production of a lavender coated Jordan II which is now available in girl sizes. Hit the jump for more images, via extra butter.
Apart of the highly talked about Air Jordan Silver Anniversary collection, presented is a better look of the Air Jordan 11. The prolific sneaker comes without the use of the recognizable Jumpman logo. The white tonal shoe will be available at Jordan retailers on May 1st, via marcus troy.
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Even though being labeled as a retro you can spot the noticeable difference between the powder blue colorway with the university blue of the Air Jordan 9 model. Besides the coloring of the sneaker, it basically keeps the common traits that it is known for. The shoe is set to drop May 29th at retailers.
Yesterday we received another classic with the original Air Jordan VI colorway. To add more to an already excited year, we get word on the Air Jordan II to be released on May 1st. There isn’t much else to say about the amount of anticipation that has now been built, so mark your calendars.