July 14, 2014 6:15:17 PM PDT
Originally released in 1988, the Air Jordan III Is one of the most popular Air Jordan sneakers ever created. Immediately recognized for their "elephant print" details on the toe and heel, they were also the first Air Jordan sneaker designed by the legendary Tinker Hatfield, the first to sport a visible Air-Sole unit, and the first to showcase the iconic "Jumpman" logo. The latest addition to the growing AJIII collection of colorways is the Air Jordan III "Wolf Grey,"
and feature a Wolf Grey upper, metallic treatment on the elephant print, and a translucent outsole.
June 26, 2014 6:26:54 PM PDT
Designed by Tinker Hatfield and Mark Smith, the Air Jordan XIV was inspired by Michael Jordan's Ferrari 550 M. They were originally released in 1999 and have always been recognized as an exceptional performing sneaker on the basketball court. The "Thunder" model features a black leather upper with vibrant yellow accents, mesh vents, Ferrari-like Jumpman shield, and metal-tipped laces. Just like the car they were modeled after, this sleek Air Jordan will go fast.
June 6, 2014 1:57:33 PM PDT
If you're a fan of the Air Jordan XI Retro Low, 2014 has been a great year. It started with the AJXI Retro Low "Green Snake," then Jordan Brand dipped into the archives with the AJXI Retro Low "Concord," and now they're dropping a completely new rendition. The Air Jordan XI Retro Low "Infrared"
has a predominantly black upper with speckled print on the heel, and Infrared hits on the heel, tongue, and outsole. Although the details are not overpowering, they really make this sneaker stand out pleasing AJXI Retro Low fans once again.
June 5, 2014 6:32:34 PM PDT
Dousing your teammates with champagne and lighting up a cigar are synonymous with championship celebrations. So, it only seems right for Jordan Brand to use them as inspiration on the model Michael Jordan wore when he won his first NBA title. The very limited Air Jordan VI Retro "Cigar" and "Champagne" models are quality crafted with premium materials and feature intricate details. Specifically, the "Cigar" model has a rich brown leather upper, red and gold accents, and championship ring lacelocks. The "champagne" model has a shiny green leather upper (resembling a bottle of bubbly), glow-in-the-dark tongue/outsole/heel tab, and championship ring lacelocks. Grab your favorite pair and celebrate responsibly.
June 4, 2014 12:18:19 PM PDT
Jordan Brand is dipping into their archives and bringing us back to the mid 80s with their latest release. The Air Jordan II "White/Red" originally released in 1986 and was known for its refined look and craftsmanship. They were manufactured in Italy, featured faux lizard skin, a Swoosh-less design, and full-length Air unit. Michael Jordan won his first Slam Dunk Contest while wearing the AJII, and 2014 marks only the second time Jordan Brand has re-released the "White/Red" model since it first debuted. A lot of sneakerheads have been anxiously waiting for this release making it another hard to get Air Jordan Retro.
May 27, 2014 5:00:19 PM PDT
Part sport. Part style. The Air Jordan Future is a unique offering from Jordan Brand that's not like any other model we have seen from them. This minimalist sneaker has a lightweight one-piece woven upper, Phylon midsole, carbon fiber midfoot shank plate, and asymmetrical lacing. Plus, they have an outsole design that is identical to the popular Air Jordan XI. You can get your pair in Dark Concord
now, with more colorways coming soon.
May 23, 2014 6:41:10 PM PDT
With the hot days of summer quickly approaching, the Air Jordan 1 Low is a great choice to lace up. And, with the limited edition "City" models you can rep your area too. Available in Los Angeles
, New York
, and Chicago
-inspired models, every sneaker has a different colorway and different materials. The LA edition has a combination suede and canvas upper, predominant white/light bone colorway, and the LA flag on the tongue. The NYC edition features a combination leather and canvas upper, green/black colorway, and the NYC flag on the tongue. Lastly, the
CHI model has a synthetic upper, grey/metallic silver colorway, and the CHI flag on the tongue. All three models are now available for purchase at Sneakerhead.
May 16, 2014 6:50:33 PM PDT
In 1991 Michael Jordan won his first NBA Championship while wearing the Air Jordan VI. This is only the second time the Air Jordan VI "Carmine"
has been re-released since its 1991 debut, with the first time being 2008 as part of the "Countdown Pack." The design for Jordan's sixth signature sneaker was inspired by his slant-nosed Porsche, and is often known for its "rear spoiler" heel pull-tab. Plus, they also sport two holes on the tongue for easy application, a visible Air-Sole unit, lace locks, and a translucent outsole.
May 15, 2014 6:35:19 PM PDT
The latest model from the Air Jordan Elements collection, which transfers iconic design elements from one Air Jordan to another, looks very similar to the last release. But instead of silver, it's black. The Air Jordan 5Lab3 "Black 3M"
model borrows the reflective tongue design from the Air Jordan V, features elephant print details (because an Air Jordan III would not be complete without it), has reflective thread on the laces, and a blue-tinted translucent outsole. Like every model in the Air Jordan Elements collection, they are very limited and come packaged in an exclusive box.
May 1, 2014 6:49:46 PM PDT
Although the first Air Jordan XI Low release of 2014 featured a new colorway with faux green snakeskin, Jordan Brand went back to the archives for the second Air Jordan XI Low release. Originally seen on Jordan's feet during the Chicago Bulls 1996 championship parade, the Air Jordan XI Low "Concord"
sports a classic colorway with white Cordura upper, wraparound black patent leather detail, carbon fiber shank plate, and blue-tinted icey translucent sole. Available in a wide range of sizes, this highly-anticipated sneaker will most likely be the "it" sneaker of summer 2014.
April 30, 2014 5:31:40 PM PDT
The NBA Playoffs have begun and that means fans can take in some closely-matched battles, witness unlikely heroes, and of course, scoop up some special edition sneakers. During Chris Paul's championship run he will be lacing up the Jordan CP3.VII AE
. This modified version of Paul's regular season signature sneaker has a Hyperfuse upper, exposed interlocking Dynamic Flywire cables that wrap the midfoot, and a low-profile Podulite platform for responsive cushioning. They are currently available at Sneakerhead
in two colorways that will keep you lookin' good and feelin' right on the court.
April 18, 2014 6:31:16 PM PDT
Although Jordan Brand has replaced the traditional patent leather on the Air Jordan XI with faux snakeskin in the past, they never looked quite like this striking release. The Air Jordan XI Low "Green Snake"
has a slithering style with a black Cordura upper, green faux snakeskin overlay, white midsole, blue tinted translucent outsole, and Volt-colored traction pods. The contrasting colorway is striking, and the intricate details on the faux snakeskin are impossible to ignore. With the weather heating up around the country, this is a perfect spring/summer sneaker to add to your rotation.
April 4, 2014 1:00:27 PM PDT
Following his first three-peat, on October 6, 1993 Michael Jordan shocked the world and announced his retirement from basketball. To add to the surprises, he then began to pursue a career in baseball. In 1994, Jordan played for the Birmingham Barons (a Double-A minor league affiliate of the Chicago White Sox), the team that inspired both of these retro models. The Air Jordan 1 "Barons"
and Air Jordan IX "Barons"
both have a striking white, black and grey colorway, which matches the Barons' team colors. The AJIX is also adorned with Jordan's baseball jersey number "45" on the heel to further reinforce the baseball connection. Like most retro Jordan releases, these models are in high demand and available in limited quantities.
March 31, 2014 6:20:57 PM PDT
The Air Jordan 5Lab3 "Reflective Silver"
is part of the Air Jordan Elements collection that transfers iconic design elements from one Air Jordan to another. This intriguing approach from Jordan Brand has created some truly unique Air Jordan models, like the Air Jordan 5Lab3 "Reflective Silver." This stunning sneaker borrows the reflective tongue design from the Air Jordan V, and blankets it onto the entire upper. There's also elephant print details (because an Air Jordan III would not be complete without it), reflective thread on the laces, and an icy translucent outsole. The Air Jordan 5Lab3 "Reflective Silver"
is available in very limited quantities.
March 21, 2014 6:22:48 PM PDT
You can almost bet on it every month, Jordan Brand releases a retro Air Jordan in a fresh "never been seen" colorway. The latest release to have this distinction is the Air Jordan X "Venom Green," which features a black upper with Venom Green accents on the outsole, lining, and heel. Originally released in 1994, the Air Jordan X was laced up by Jordan after his initial retirement and brief stint with baseball. Designed by Tinker Hatfield, one of the most distinguishable design elements on this model is the list of Jordan's notable NBA accomplishments from 1985 to 1994 on the outsole. The Air Jordan X "Venom Green"
is available in men's, kids', and preschool sizes.