New Air Jordan Shoes, This White and Red sample edition of the Air Jordan 3 was produced back in 2006 and was highly popular by a lot of sneakerheads. The shoe offers somewhere between a combination of the “Fire Red” and “Cement” Air Jordan 3s, but this particular colorway never released to the public. The Katrina Air Jordan 3 was a special edition Air Jordan 3 that was designed by Jordan Brand exclusively for a charity auction to support the relief efforts from Hurricane Katrina.
For 2018, Jordan Retro Shoes will be celebrating the 30th Anniversary of the Air Jordan 3, which will include a retro release of the “Katrina” colorway. Dressed in a White, Cement Grey, Black and Fire Red color scheme. Not only will it be the first public release, but the shoe will not include “Nike Air” on the back heels. While the “Katrina” colorway was originally auctioned off to raise money for Hurricane Katrina relief efforts, it makes sense for the New Orleans shop to hold a special event for the release.
The New Yeezy Boost silhouette from the Three Stripes is the women’s exclusive adidas Arkyn that will be releasing an a new “Hi-Res Blue” colorway. It features a knitted mesh upper, with a breathable mesh material across the tongue. A molded TPU heel and forefoot panels is combined with minimal loops for an unorthodox lacing system. Its finished with a sock-like collar, neoprene heel panel, ankle look, welded Three Stripes and Boost cushioning.
2018 Air Jordan Shoes, Following a mockup look at the Nike LeBron 15 Wotherspoon, inspired by Sean Wotherspoon’s hybrid Nike Air Max 1/97, we now take a look at what a LeBron Watch colorway inspired by the Air Jordan 1 would look like. This design was photoshopped by BR Kicks. It mimics Sean Wotherspoon’s hybrid Nike Air Max 1/97 with a full corduroy constructed upper and color tones. While we’ve already seen LeBron wearing the AM 1/97s, now we just need him to lace these up during the NBA Playoffs.
New Air Jordan Shoes, The combination of a retro look on a new age performance sneaker provides an interesting contrast, and the merging of Wotherspoon and King James’s aesthetics would make for a truly unique take on a #LeBronWatch sneaker. LeBron has already been spotted wearing the AM 97/1s on more than one occasion, so it would certainly be unique if his footwear preferences were taken and made into a PE release. This design was photoshopped by BR Kicks. It comes dressed in the classic Air Jordan 1 colors that mimics the recent “Bred Toe” release. It even includes the traditional Wings logo on the upper ankle.
Jordan Retro Shoes has resurrected the hype behind LeBron signature model with the successful #LeBronWatch campaign. A graphic designer at BR Kicks merged Nike’s successful #LeBronWatch and Sean Wotherspoon campaigns in this mock up Nike LeBron 15 design dressed in the Nike Air Max 1/97 Multi Color theme. LeBron has been spotted wearing the Air Max 1/97 which gives us hope that he can one day wear a and release a similar design in the future. The LeBron 15 Basketball Shoe features a new kind of Flyknit and a powerful combination of cushioning designed to meet the demands of explosive players like LeBron.
2018 Air Jordan Shoes, The Katrina Air Jordan 3 was a special edition Air Jordan 3 that was designed by Jordan Brand exclusively for a charity auction to support the relief efforts from Hurricane Katrina. The Air Jordan 3 Katrina was first an exclusive design for a charity auction to support the relief efforts from Hurricane Katrina’s devastation in 2005. The white and red colorway shares a style that mixes the popular AJ 3 Fire Red and Cement colorways, and according to reports, this upcoming public release will not feature Nike Air branding on the heels.
Jordan Retro Shoes, The Air Jordan 3 “Katrina” is a special white, grey, and red version of Michael Jordan’s third signature shoe. It was created exclusively in 2006 for charity auctions supporting Hurricane Katrina relief efforts. Tumbled leather coats the entire upper as red detailing is placed on the midsole’s heel, behind the tongue, and on the tongue’s Jumpman logo. Simply a heavily sought after pair due to its exclusivity, the sneaker is now suggested to release to the general public this Holiday 2017. Favored for its clean palette of white, cement grey, black and fire red — the model will also include classic Nike Air branding on its heels.
For 2018, New Air Jordan Shoes will be celebrating the 30th Anniversary of the Air Jordan 3, which will include a retro release of the “Katrina” colorway. Dressed in a White, Cement Grey, Black and Fire Red color scheme. Not only will it be the first public release, but the shoe will not include “Nike Air” on the back heels. This White and Red sample edition of the Air Jordan 3 was produced back in 2006 and was highly popular by a lot of sneakerheads. The shoe offers somewhere between a combination of the “Fire Red” and “Cement” Air Jordan 3s, but this particular colorway never released to the public.
New Yeezy Boost, To celebrate atmos Shibuya’s adidas exclusive floor, the Tokyo retailer has teamed up with the Three Stripes to release a limited-edition EQT Support ADV model. This adidas EQT Support ADV features a Black-based upper highlighted with reflective detailing and OG Three Stripes branding in Red, White and Blue. A Black sole is complimented with a Red and Blue tones on the front and heel of the outsole.
Jordan Retro Shoes will be releasing an upcoming Why Not Zer0.1 colorway dubbed, PHD, as a nod to Russell Westbrook’s brother Raynard who is set to graduate with a PHD from the University of Central Oklahoma. Triple double hoops machine Russell Westbrook is set to honor his younger brother with a commemorative pair of his signature Why Not Zer0.1 sneakers. Raynard Westbrook is currently working towards earning his PHD from the University of Central Oklahoma, creatively setting the tone for the shoe’s design dynamics. The school’s primary colors of blue and bronze end up accessorizing one of the tongues, while a vibrant combo of blue and pink dress the other.
2018 Air Jordan Shoes, This brand new Jordan Why Not Zer0.1 sports a Black upper highlighted with colors from the school. Mis-matched tongues and heel tabs, along with graphics insoles and a White rubber outsole with mis-matched Jumpman logos completes the design. The entire upper of the shoe highlights an all-black color scheme, with clean white landing on the outsole. Finally, hitting the heel area — one pink and the other blue — is a decorative strip featuring the text “Engineered For Flight.”
The Jordan Why Not Zer0.1 is Russell Westbrook’s first signature basketball shoe. The New Air Jordan Shoes features a mix of mesh, foam, and full-length Zoom Air. Westbrook’s brother Raynard is set to graduate with a PHD from the University of Central Oklahoma, and the new sneaker draws inspiration from the PHD and the colors of the school. An all-black upper is accompanied by mis-matched tongues and heel detailing: pink and blue on the left, and Thunder orange/blue on the right. Each shoe’s insole features the opposite colorway from the tongue, and the shoe is completed by a white outsole featuing a pink Jumpman logo.
Jordan Retro Shoes will release a brand new Air Jordan 12 “Bulls” which comes dressed in the iconic Chicago color theme during November 2018. Dressed in the classic Chicago Bulls color scheme. This Air Jordan 12 is expected to feature a full Gym Red upper paired with Black detailing and branding. No images have leaked, so stay tuned to Sneaker Bar for more updates.
New Air Jordan Shoes, There is reports that there will be a new red colorway of the Air Jordan 12 releasing during the Fall of 2018 that has been dubbed the Bulls colorway. this new take on the silhouette dresses in the classic “Bulls” colorway. The shoe is highlighted with a full Red-based upper with white itemizing black accents throughout, and black interior that rests on a full black rubber outsole. The Air Jordan 12 was originally released from 1996. It’s main sources of inspiration included the Japanese Rising Sun flag (Nisshoki) and a 19th century women’s dress boot. The stitching on the sides of the shoe resemble sun rays.
2018 Air Jordan Shoes, After its debut in 1996, the iconic Air Jordan 12 continues to be well received as more colorways continue to roll out. The shoe is inspired by the team Michael Jordan spent 14 years of his NBA career with. This Air Jordan 12 is expected to sport the Chicago Bulls colorway with a full Gym red upper featuring black accents. This fall, two new colorways of the Air Jordan 12 representing the teams Michael Jordan played for in college and the NBA, respectively, will release.
New Jordans 2018, As a nod to Michael Jordan’s competitiveness while playing cards with his teammates, Jordan Brand will be releasing an upcoming Air Jordan 1 6 Rings Collection. Pulling from the Jordan “6 Rings,” which celebrates MJ’s six NBA championships, this forthcoming White/Black-Red Air Jordan 1 pulls not only from the previously stated shoe, but Jordan’s time with the Chicago Bulls. Unique insoles play up the championship theme further, with cards that feature the No. 23, the Jumpman logo and the Larry O’Brien Trophy.
Jordans 2017, Although it appears that iconic styles within the Air Jordan linage will grow more exclusive this year, the Air Jordan 1 will remain prolific even with lesser numbers in other aforementioned heritage pairs. Alongside the anticipated “Bred Toe” and “Game Royal” pairs will be this intriguing “6 Rings” edition. Nike Air Jordan 1 family is now getting its moment in the spotlight. Like many of its sibling silhouettes, the Retro High OG “6 Rings” comes in a bold red, black and white colorway, with the added extra of the “black toe” also seen in the “Art Basel” pack.
Jordan Retro Shoes, The pack includes four Air Jordan 1 colorways highlighted with your choice of Clay Green, Yellow Ochre, Track Red, or Blue Moon. Each are completed with Nike Air tongues, a set of cards with the number “6” and trophy logos as a nod to his Airness’ “6 Rings” earned on the insoles. The Air Jordan 3 “Pit Crew” was originally given to Oregon’s student cheering section in extremely limited quantities. It sports a Black leather upper with Oregon “O” logos on the tongues and duck feet on the heels. The Air Jordan 3 “SoleFly” was an extremely limited release in collaboration with Miami sneaker boutique SoleFly.
Travis Scott will be collaborating with New Jordans 2018 to release his very own Air Jordan 4 Cactus Jack rendition. A first look at the upcoming Travis Scott x Air Jordan 4 Cactus Jack has surfaced following a quick teaser just yesterday. The full view shows the sneaker sporting a full university blue upper, while black and varsity red accents are featured across, and on the liner, as well speckled detailing. The other key details are Cactus Jack hangtags along with Cactus Jack branding seen on the heels. Finally, a white midsole and black outsole completes the design altogether.
New Jordans 2017 will be collaborating with Travis Scott on an Air Jordan 4 dubbed “Cactus Jack”. The Air Jordan 4 will feature a university blue upper alongside varsity red and black. Cactus Jack logos will hit the hang tag as well as the heel, completing this new AJ 4. Travis Scott and Nike were one of the most surprising partnerships from 2017. The Houston rapper as a late addition to the brand’s lineup of Air Force 1 creators.
With Drake’s partnership with New Jordans 2016 all but over, that leaves Travi$ Scott as the company’s top endorser from the hip-hop industry. Collaborations the likes of his Air Force 1 for the AF100 collection and his Jordan Trunner LX have excited fans in the past, but that energy will be peanuts compared to what might be on the horizon. Dressed in a University Blue, Varsity Red, and Black color scheme. Travis Scott’s Air Jordan 4 comes with Cactus Jack hangtags along with Cactus Jack branding on the heels. Other details includes a Red sock liner and Black and Blue speckle accents throughout the entire shoe.
Cheap Jordans 2018, Chris Paul closes out the regular season with an exclusive Air Jordan 3 Red Cement colorway before the first round of the 2018 NBA Playoffs. This unreleased Air Jordan 3 features a White leather upper with Red accents on the interior, collar, eyelets and midsole. But the highlight of the shoe is its elephant print overlays.
Jordans 2017, Before the Houston Rockets make a run at the Larry O’Brien Trophy, Chris Paul is closing out the regular season by sending an apparent message to sneaker watchers. For the second-straight game, the future Hall of Famer took the court in an unreleased pair of exclusive Air Jordan 3s. This time, a “Red Cement” colorway of the model reminiscent of past samples. In addition to the elephant print overlays, red appears along the tongue, collar, eyelets and midsole.
Jordan Retro Shoes, The Air Jordan 3 OG Black Cement is set to make its highly anticipated return early 2018 for its 30th Anniversary. Originally released in 1988, the “Black Cement” Air Jordan 3 was debuted by Michael Jordan during his 1987-1988 MVP season, as well as during the 1988 All-Star Game in Chicago. The reissue of the Air Jordan 3 will come dressed in its original Black, Cement Grey, White and Fire Red color scheme. They’ll come complete with classic Nike Air branding at the heel and outsole, along with Fire Red tongue lining, a signature seen on the colorway to complete the legendary look for the “Black Cement” 3s.
Cheap Jordans 2018 will be releasing the Air Jordan 11 Prom Night towards the end of May. Inspired by the originals Blackout Air Jordan 11 Sample from 2011. Covered in black from head to toe, this new colorway of the Air Jordan 1 features a nubuck material on the upper instead of the traditional ballistic mesh to give the shoe a more luxurious look. A black thich patent leather mudguard, 3D Jumpman logos on the ankle, 23 branding on the heel, and an icy blue translucent outsole wrap up the look on this Air Jordan 11.
New Jordans 2016, According to soleheatonfeet, the “Blackout” Air Jordan 11 Retro will make its retail debut in May 2018. Dressed in a Triple Black color scheme. This Air Jordan 11 replaces the leather and ballistic mesh material with a nubuck upper. A thick Black patent leather overlay and Blue tint translucent outsoles completes the design. To match, Jordan Brand has housed the shoes in a matching Black traditional Air Jordan 11 box. These new pictures also give us a first look at the packaging of the shoe which will be housed in a black Jordan 11 slide out box with the “XI” sleeve inside the box.
Originally spotted as a sample back in 2013, New Air Jordan Shoes is finally set to release the Air Jordan 11 Low Cool Grey for the spring season. Having similarities to the iconic “Cool Grey” Air Jordan 11, this low-top rendition will come dressed in Medium Grey, Gunsmoke and White. It features a two-tone Grey upper contrasted with White laces and midsole. Finishing off the simple, yet stylish design is an icy translucent outsole.
Jordan Retro Shoes will be releasing Maya Moore’s Air Jordan 11 Low Rook To Queen as part of their Nike Champions Think 16 Collection. The women will also be represented in the upcoming Nike Basketball “Art Of A Champion” Collection with this Air Jordan 11 Low inspired by Jordan Brand’s Maya Moore. Maya Moore wasted no time cementing her place among the greats of the women’s professional game after dominating in college at UConn. Just six months after the Lynx drafted her first in the 2011 WNBA draft, the ascendant rookie forward clinched Minnesota’s first-ever championship — the first of four she’s delivered so far — in Game 3 of the Finals.
Jordans 2017, Maya Moore is undoubtedly one of the top athletes in the world when it comes to embodying what it means to be represented by the Jordan Brand. In her seven years in the WNBA, she has won Rookie of the Year, MVP, and has also been a focal point in four WNBA Championship teams – while only missing one game in her career. In fact, in her rookie season, Moore put together a championship-winning performance in Game 3 of the Finals in which she hit a late-game three to secure the victory. To honor that performance, Moore is included in the upcoming Art Of A Champion collection with her own version of the Air Jordan 11 Low – dubbed the “Rook To Queen”.
Cheap Jordans 2018, Nike’s “Art of a Champion” collection celebrates defining moments in the careers of basketball champions including WNBA star Maya Moore. Adding to numerous personalized and PE Jordans bearing her name is a new Air Jordan 11 Low. Dressed in a Black and Fuchsia Blast color scheme. This Air Jordan 11 Low is a nod to Maya Moore’s first WNBA title. In a series-deciding Game 3 of the 2011 Finals, she drilled a late-game three to seal the Lynx their first-ever championship. Her performance embodied her meteoric rise to the top of the game and debuted her mentality for greatness in the game’s biggest moments.