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Air Jordan 13 Pops Up With the "French Blue" Motif

The Air Jordan 13 has been fairly active with its releases thus far in 2022. We’ve seen the high-cut model arrive in various palettes including “Court Purple” and “Del Sol” schemes, and it has elected to borrow a classic “French Blue” theme. Jordan...
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Early Look at the Air Jordan 6 "Georgetown"

Following an Air Jordan 6 “Georgetown” PE that surfaced earlier this year, another Air Jordan 6 colorway celebrating the Hoyas is on the way. The Jordan Brand-sponsored Georgetown University is no stranger to sharing its colors with classic Nike and Jordan silhouettes. The Air Jordan 1 Retro High 85 and Dunk Low are just two models to feature the university’s official “Georgetown Blue” and “Georgetown Gray” in the past year.
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Jordan Brand Unveils the Air Jordan 1 Low OG "Bleached Coral"

Jordan Brand has every intention of producing its popular Air Jordan 1 model in high volumes this year, and one variation that is expected to receive a generous amount of makeovers is the Air Jordan 1 Low OG. It’s been confirmed that the silhouette will be dropping in a UNC-inspired colorway and in collaborative form with Travis Scott, but one more iteration has just been added to its 2022 arsenal: the “Bleached Coral” makeup.
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The Air Jordan 4 “Military Black” Releases Tomorrow

Originally rumored in late September 2021, the Air Jordan 4 “Military Black” finally releases for the whole family tomorrow, May 21st. A straightforward “White” and “Black” makeover of Michael Jordan’s fourth signature sneaker, the upcoming retro gets its moniker from the “Military Blue” ensemble that first graced the shoe in 1989. Layers visible through the mesh panels at the profiles and tongue, plastic eyelets, inner-lining and spines all replace vibrant blue for understated “Black”; Jumpman logos on the tongue follow suit, taking the place of “NIKE AIR” text at the rear. Underfoot, the story stays the same on the latest Air Jordan offering, given that midsole and outsole accents opt to maintain the two-tone, “yin-and-yang”-appropriate color combination.
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Official Images of the Air Jordan 6 "Red Oreo"

The Spring and Summer season is going to see aggressive expansion from the Jordan Brand family on the retro side. One silhouette that has been gaining a sizable amount of steam lately is the Air Jordan 6, and although it’s been fashioned in many different player exclusive colorways, it’s finally reverting the attention back to its inline offerings. The latest to be officially unveiled is the Air Jordan 6 “Red Oreo” which will be making its debut towards the beginning of June.
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Nike Has Just Teased a New Instalment of the Air Zoom Flight 95

Has just unveiled a brand new instalment of the Air Zoom Flight 95. Following its recent paisley-covered trio in collaboration with Supreme, this new adaptation the sneaker is coming in a refreshed colorway. Taking on a white foundation, other combinations of black and blue can be spotted throughout the panelling design. The Swoosh welcomes a “Teal” color hue this time around, bringing a revitalized feel to the shoe.
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Off-White And Green Colors Share The Latest Nike Air Max Plus

The Nike Air Max Plus continues to be overshadowed by other pairs cushioned with visible Air, but it isn’t stopping its retro run. Recently, the Sean McDowell-designed silhouette emerged in a spring-appropriate medley, with shades of white taking over most of the upper and sole unit. Tops of the tongue and spine areas deviate from their muted surroundings in an eye-catching, nature-reminiscent green. Air Max and Tuned Air units underfoot follow suit, as does profile swoosh branding. Together, the aforementioned components create a compelling ensemble that expands the original Air Max Plus‘ catalog of styles.
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Jordan Brand's Big Holiday Release Has Been Confirmed

Since 2009, Jordan Brand has included an Air Jordan 11 in its holiday offering. Following up last year’s “Cool Grey” release, Jumpman has confirmed a retro of the AJ 11 “Cherry” first seen in 2001 and last seen in 2016 as a low-top. The shoe...
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First Look At The Nike Cortez “Be True” Prepped For Pride Month 2022

As has become customary over the last several years, NIKE, Inc. has recently prepped part of its Be True collection, the series of footwear and apparel inspired by Pride Month. Although handfuls of other silhouettes are likely to release, this June’s celebration will at least include the Nike Cortez.
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