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More Travis Scott x Nike Air Jordan 1 Lows Are Coming in 2022

Editor's Notes: When it comes to catching Ls on sneaker releases, few rappers or designers can boast a portfolio like Travis Scott. Under his Cactus Jack imprint, La Flame has delivered some of Nike's fasting selling, most desired, and most heartbreaking collaborative drops. 2021 was an especially tough year for...
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Travis Scott Previews New Air Jordan 1 Low OG Collaboration

At this rate, pretty much everything that Travis Scott touches turns into pure gold. This is especially true for his footwear collaborations with Nike and Jordan Brand, and for the latter, the H-Town artist is expected to advance his repertoire even further with more Air Jordan 1 Low OG colorways in 2022. In recent memory, news of a “Reverse Mocha” iteration has surfaced, but the Cactus Jack general has now taken to Instagram to tease a fresh white, gray and brown makeup.
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Air Jordan 1 Mid "Siempre Familia" Coming Soon: Official Photos

Every single year, Nike and Jordan Brand comes through with a "Day Of The Dead" collection in October, and in 2021, they are keeping the tradition alive. We have already seen quite a few dope shoes come through the pipeline, and now, we have official images for one more. Keeping in line with other "Day Of The Dead" collections, this year we are going to be getting an Air Jordan 1 Mid. This one just so happens to be called "Siempre Familia," and can be found below.
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'Siempre Familia' Air Jordan 1 Mids Are Releasing Soon

The Air Jordan 1 Mid will once again be a part of Nike and Jordan Brand’s Día de Muertos (Day of the Dead) lineup. Pictured here is the “Siempre Familia” Air Jordan 1 Mid, which the Swoosh has confirmed will release this month. According to Nike, the Mexican holiday is represented on the shoe with the use of various animal-inspired graphics and prints inspired by the creatures that usher those into the afterlife. The upper dons a predominantly black color scheme combined with an updated Swoosh logo and the Jordan Wings branding on the lateral side. Adding to the design is a red toe box combined with a sail midsole and red outsole.

Sneaker Talk: Air Jordan 4 “Military Blue”

The Air Jordan 4 “Military Blue” was one of the four original colorways from 1989, which was last released back in August 2012. Dressed in a White, Military Blue, and Neutral Grey color scheme. This popular Air Jordan 4 features a White leather upper paired with Military Blue and Neutral Grey contrasting accents. While this pair didn’t include “Nike Air” on the heels, you can expect its next retro to come with OG branding.

Air Jordan 1 Mid Appears in “Coconut Milk”

The Air Jordan 1 Mid will be releasing in several new color options for the Fall/Winter months, and next up to be revealed is this “Coconut Milk” makeup. Dressed in a Coconut Milk, Black, Summit White, White color scheme. This offering of the mid-top Air Jordan 1 comes constructed in a leather build featuring a White base with Coconut Milk overlays and liner. Black branding and rubber outsole atop a White midsole completes the design.

Better Air Jordan 5: “Fire Red” or “Laney”

The Air Jordan 5 made its debut back in 1990, while debuting reflective tongues and a translucent sole on a Jordan signature shoe. The Air Jordan 5 “Fire Red” served as Michael Jordan’s home and away shoe for the first few months of his 1990-91 championship season. It features a White leather base with Fire Red and Black accents detailed with “23” stitching. They have retroed in 2006 and 2013, and it’s only a matter of time before they return once again.

Air Jordan 4 Golf “Bred” Releasing in December

Originally previewed by PGA Tour pro Pat Perez back in July, the Air Jordan 4 Golf “Bred” is the next to release during the holiday season. Dressed in a Black, Fire Red, Cement Grey, and White color scheme. This golf-edition of the Air Jordan 4 mimics the iconic look as the original minus the “Nike Air” on the heels. Perfect for the green, the shoe is completed with spikes on the outsole.

Air Jordan 5 Surfaces In An Easter Colorway: First Look

One of the most colorful holidays of the year is Easter. While it is technically a religious holiday, most people take it as an excuse to load up on chocolate and wear pastel colors that look good with certain types of shoes. Sneaker brands are always excited for Easter, as it allows them to get created with some brand new colorways and designs. Case in point, @zsneakerheadz has just come through on Instagram with a teaser of a new Easter colorway that has been placed on the iconic Air Jordan 5.