The Jordan 9 Is Returning In Its First OG “White Black–True Red” Colorway

Michael Jordan never actually got to laced up in and rock the Air Jordan 9 on the court for an entire NBA season. The reason behind this is that Michael Jordan had already announced his retirement from the Chicago Bulls on October 6th, 1993. It was only later in his career when he had returned back to the world of professional basketball and was playing for the Washington Wizards that he ended up wearing the Air Jordan 9 on the hardwood, but in its “Cool Grey” colorway. However, it seems the very first, original Air Jordan 9 colorway might be among 2016’s Air Jordan releases. Continue reading The Jordan 9 Is Returning In Its First OG “White Black–True Red” Colorway

The Air Jordan 5 Might Receive The Premium Treatment In 2016 Or 2017

The fifth Air Jordan model was introduced by Jordan Brand back in 1990 and along with the original colorway, they went on to drop four others at that time. Tinker Hatfield had drawn inspiration for the silhouette from the North American P-51 Mustang fighter airplane and bomber that was used during the Second World War. Tinker used reflective 3M material for the tongues, while mesh netting was also added to both the side panels and the tongues, and each shoe was also equipped with a unique pair of lace locks. It seems that Jordan Brand is planning to revamp the model this year. Continue reading The Air Jordan 5 Might Receive The Premium Treatment In 2016 Or 2017

The Jordan 12 “Playoffs” From 2012 Return In 2017 But In Low-Top Form

2016 seems to be like 2012 all over again because much like four years ago, it is turning out to be the year of the Air Jordan 12. Back in Summer 2012, Jordan Brand set a record with the Air Jordan 12 for the OG colorways of a single model to receive the retro treatment in a single quarter. Along with the Air Jordan 12 “Obsidian” and “Taxi,” the “Playoffs” iteration also made its way to retailers, also becoming Jordan Brand’s first release to introduce their Twitter RSVP system. It seems that history will repeat itself in 2017because the Air Jordan 12 “Playoffs” will return but in low-top form. Continue reading The Jordan 12 “Playoffs” From 2012 Return In 2017 But In Low-Top Form

This Jordan 12 Might Join The AJ3 “Cyber Monday” In A “Wool” Pack

Apparently, Jordan Brand may have developed a bit of a fondness incorporating wool into brand new iterations of their most popular sneaker models. Along making an announcement in February of this year about the return of the Air Jordan 3 OG ’88 “True Blue,” Jordan Brand also revealed that 2016’s Cyber Monday release would be a black and white, wool-clad Air Jordan 3. The very next month, news emerged that the Air Jordan 12 would also be receiving a woolen makeover at some point this year. While the sneaker’s release date had been somewhere confirmed last month in May, now an actual photo has also surfaced. Continue reading This Jordan 12 Might Join The AJ3 “Cyber Monday” In A “Wool” Pack

Dino Hatfield (@baltsneakershow) Has Revealed 3 Potential Air Jordan Releases For Spring 2017

Dino Hatfield (@baltsneakershow), who is known for being a reliable source for sneaker-related information and news, has revealed three potential Air Jordan releases 2017 that might actually happen. While Jordanheads obviously have no choice but to regard this information as a rumor and take it with a grain of salt and regard it as a rumor, they should also never say never, at least not yet. According to Dino Hatfield, 2017 will mark the comeback of the Air Jordan 4 “Motorsport” and the Air Jordan 13 OG “White/True Red-Black,” while a brand new Air Jordan 8 “UNDFTD” is apparently on its way too. Continue reading Dino Hatfield (@baltsneakershow) Has Revealed 3 Potential Air Jordan Releases For Spring 2017

The Air Jordan 9 Low “Pantone” Symbolizes Michael Jordan’s Love For The Game

All thanks to Air Jordan Pantone “For The Love of the Game” Collection from 2010, Jordanheads got to see a combination of a monochromatic Carolina Blue color scheme and laser etched detailing on Air Jordan sneakers. That was followed by the Air Jordan “Gift of Flight” Pantone Pack from 2014, which included a predominantly Carolina Blue-colored Air Jordan 11 and an Air Jordan 29 colorway that featured Carolina Blue accents. This time around, the latest Pantone-themed sneaker from Jordan Brand that is scheduled to be among the June Air Jordan releases 2016 is the Air Jordan 9 Low “Pantone.” Considering that there are plenty of summer months ahead, the low-top Air Jordan 9 will certainly prove to be a sneaker worth wearing. Continue reading The Air Jordan 9 Low “Pantone” Symbolizes Michael Jordan’s Love For The Game