This Brand New Latest Air Jordan 12 Is Covered Entirely In Royal Blue

Back in 2015, the Air Jordan 12 was chosen for an unexpected collaboration between Public School and Jordan Brand. Two years prior to that in 2012, Jordan Brand had dropped plenty of other brand new and retro releases of Air Jordan 12. The Air Jordan 11 was undoubtedly a breakthrough model from Jordan Brand, but the Air Jordan 12 did not fail in living up to and even exceeding expectations. For those who do not know, the Air Jordan 12 was the first silhouette to feature Zoom Air. Not much of a surprise that Jordan Brand has whipped up yet another Air Jordan 12 rendition. Continue reading This Brand New Latest Air Jordan 12 Is Covered Entirely In Royal Blue

Unveiling The Air Jordan 31 “Banned” – Part One: The Inspiration Behind The Model 

This Wednesday on July 20th, the Air Jordan 31 “Banned” was officially unveiled at the Las Vegas-based Brooklyn Bowl during a launch event. Jordan Brand’s latest, thirty-first signature model has been designed by Tate Kuerbis, who had joined Jordan Brand back in 1999 and was the one who had designed the Air Jordan 18. According to Tate himself, he got the idea of designing a futuristic yet simple, sleek yet stylish new model while seated in Michael Jordan’s LaFerrari and it took him 18 months to put together the design. Apparently, Tate was quite impressed and inspired by the comfort that the seats of the hybrid sports car offered. Continue reading Unveiling The Air Jordan 31 “Banned” – Part One: The Inspiration Behind The Model 

Drake Owns An Air Jordan 10 OVO Statue Made Out Of Real Gold

Drake’s fourth studio album “Views” has jumped up the Billboard 200 chart, taking up the No. 1 spot. This marked the 10th time that Drake’s Views was at the top of the list in a single nonconsecutive week. By the time the week came to an end on July 14th, Drake’s album had also earned 92,000 more equivalent album units. Furthermore, the album was also leading Nielsen’s Mid-Year 2016 Charts along with Adele’s “25” and Rihanna’s “Work.” Drake really has it all now, even in the kicks department. Not many can claim they own a solid gold Air Jordan 10, but Drake can. Continue reading Drake Owns An Air Jordan 10 OVO Statue Made Out Of Real Gold

Drake’s Jordan 12 OVO “White” May Or May Not Arrive On July 30th

It took Drake mere 10 years to achieve the status of an icon in the world of rap. Some people are just too damn lucky, especially if they have a mother like Drake’s. While his hits are definitely soaring today, it seems that back in 2006, the Canadian rapper was under quite a lot of debt that he needed to pay back. A photo that Drake recently shared on his Instagram account (@champagnepapi) reveals that Drizzy’s mom was the one funding his “music and wardrobe” at that time. Courtesy of his mom, he is now famous enough to receive exclusive kicks like the Air Jordan 12 OVO “White.” Continue reading Drake’s Jordan 12 OVO “White” May Or May Not Arrive On July 30th

Mache Customs Draws Inspiration From Mr. Potato Head For This Air Jordan 11

Mache Customs, the renowned sneaker custoomizer who has been customizing sneakers since 2004, has designed custom sneakers for up to two WWE personnel as of lately. While Shane McMahon had already received numerous exclusive sneakers directly from Jordan Brand, Mache Customs also designed a custom White and Green Air Jordan 1 pair for him. Recently, Enzo Amore himself approached Mache Customs to whip up a customized sneaker for him to wear during his “Money In The Bank” pay-per-view event, and it turned out to be a special Air Jordan 14 Low. Mache’s latest custom sneaker is not WWE-related; rather it resembles Mr. Potato Head. Continue reading Mache Customs Draws Inspiration From Mr. Potato Head For This Air Jordan 11

Jordan Brand Commemorates The 2016 Summer Olympics With Two Air Jordan 1 Releases

The Summer Olympics is supposed to be a prestigious event, but as a result of numerous natural and unnatural factors, it seems that this year’s Summer Games may turn out to be disastrous. Less than 50 days prior to the beginning of the Summer Games, a sate of public catastrophe was declared in the city of Rio de Janeiro. The governor claims that the city will not be able to adhere to its commitments to the Olympic and Paralympic Games as a result of a financial crisis. Of course, this is not going to stop footwear brands like Jordan Brand from releasing sneakers to celebrate the Olympics. Continue reading Jordan Brand Commemorates The 2016 Summer Olympics With Two Air Jordan 1 Releases