One of the latest additions to Jordan Brand's line up of lifestyle models is the Jordan Galaxy. This clean and contemporary sneaker has a versatile style with clean details. The unique design features two different textured panels with a split tongue. They also sport lace loop webbing, heel pull tab, and embroidered Jumpman logo. Currently available in Dark Grey/White
, they're an off-court sneaker with a sophisticated style. You can pick up your preferred Jordan Galaxy colorway now at Sneakerhead.
Jordan Brand is starting off 2016 with another new take on the iconic Air Jordan 1. The Air Jordan 1 Retro High "Nouveau"
has a colorblocked design with a combination leather and nubuck upper and molded design on the toebox. They also have a soft neoprene tongue, rope laces, and a gum rubber sole. Yet, what really stands out on the Air Jordan 1 Retro High "Nouveau"
is the wraparound metallic iridescent Swoosh. This unique treatment was inspired the sun-resistant goggles that fighter pilots wear. You can grab this Air Jordan 1 model now at Sneakerhead.
Although the Jumpman logo has become as ubiquitous as Nike's Swoosh, Adidas' 3-Stripes, and Converse's Star, there was a time when apprehension surrounded its presence on a sneaker. To test the look of the Jumpman logo, Jordan Brand designers created the historical (and often forgotten) Jordan Sky High
. This "test shoe" features the Jumpman on the lateral sides of the sneaker for the very first time. They also have durable canvas construction, leather and suede accents, Nike Swoosh, and piping details. You can pick up this model in newly released Black/Black-Sail colorway at Sneakerhead today.
With his extremely entertaining high-flying ability and thunderous power, Blake Griffin is one of the most electric players in the NBA. With all that strength, hops, and quickness, it takes a specially designed sneaker to provide the support Griffin needs on the court, and that's why Nike created the Jordan Super.Fly 4
. Packed with innovation, they feature a lightweight and breathable foam-backed mesh upper, webbed straps that integrate with the laces for lockdown support, Zoom Air technology to provide ample cushioning, and Nike's latest innovation - FlightSpeed. Check out the pics for a closer look.
The Air Jordan 11 Low made its original debut in 1995. Although they did not share the same design as the popular high model, the low version still developed a large following. This year has been a great year for these Air Jordan 11 Low fans, first Jordan Brand dropped the coveted "Cobalt" colorway, and now they're back with the Air Jordan 11 Low "Croc." Sitting atop of a gum outsole, this reptilian-inspired model has a tumbled black leather upper, detailed croc skin-embossed overlays, and of course, rope laces. Look for the Air Jordan 11 Low "Croc" release later this month.
For all the people who missed out on the Air Jordan VII "Bourdeaux" in 2011, they're back. This year marks the 23rd anniversary of one of the most standout Air Jordan colorways to ever hit the market, and to no surprise, everyone will be trying to get their hands on a pair. When comparing this year's release to the 2011 release there are some slight differences, including a darker grey on the midsole, thinner "AIR JORDAN" stitching on the tongue, outsole colors, and a wider shape where the neoprene bootie attaches to the toe box area. Check out the pics for further details on this highly sought-after Air Jordan release.
Whether you're headed to the beach, lake, or just relaxing poolside, sometimes the occasion is right to forego sneakers and slip on some sandals. This summer Jordan Brand has you covered in an array of sandals inspired by their sneakers that provide comfort and style. If you're looking for a sandal with a retro vibe there's currently new colorways in the Jordan Hydro 2, 3, 4, 5, and 13, all of which share elements inspired by their sneaker counterpart. Plus, for a sandal that's inspired by a modern court model, there's the Super.Fly Team Slide. You can check out entire collection of Jordan Brand sandals here
Originally released in 2006, the Jordan Spiz'ike is the ultimate in "mash up" models. This hybrid creation from Jordan Brand famously features elements from the Air Jordan III, IV, V, VI, and XX. They have been released in numerous colorways, with the latest being the Jordan Spiz'ike "Pro Stars" model. Inspired by the 90s cartoon "Pro Stars" that featured athletes Bo Jackson, Wayne Gretzky, and Michael Jordan in various scenarios of fighting crime, helping children, and protecting the environment – they have a Poison Green/University colorway, elephant print, and speckled details. Check out the pics, and look for this colorful model coming soon.
Ever since the Jordan Future hit the shelves in 2014, it has had a large following. This sophisticated lifestyle model from Jordan Brand features a fresh mix of style and sport, and has been released in numerous materials, colorways, and prints. The latest version of the Jordan Future is perfect for spring and has "low" cut upper. They are currently available for men
in striking Photo Blue, with new colorways coming shortly. Shop Sneakerhead for all your favorite Jordan Future models.
The NBA playoffs are a grueling test of endurance, intelligence, and composure. And, although Chris Paul is currently sidelined with a hamstring injury, he just led the Los Angeles Clippers past the one of the biggest hurdles in the entire NBA, the San Antonio Spurs. Paul did this with a miraculous shot as time expired in game 7, while wearing the Jordan CP3.VIII AE
. Specifically designed for the tedious demands of the playoffs, this advanced basketball sneaker features an extremely lightweight composite upper, one-piece bootie construction, Nike Zoom technology, and a Flight Web system that wraps the foot for lockdown support. You can pick up Paul's signature playoff model in two colorways now at Sneakerhead.
The Air Jordan 11Lab4 "Black Patent" is part of the Air Jordan Elements collection, which transfers iconic design elements from one Air Jordan to another. For this shiny release, the two models used were the Air Jordan IV and the Air Jordan XI. The AJIV is the base of this new creation, and the complete black patent upper was borrowed from the popular AJXI. It makes for a straightforward, yet completely unique Air Jordan model that's hard to deny. Like every model in the Air Jordan Elements collection, this sneaker is extremely limited.