Air Jordan

Supreme x Air Jordan 14 Retro

The Air Jordan XIV was introduced in 1998. Its sleek design nods to high-speed luxury vehicles. Michael Jordan famously wore the Air Jordan XIV during Game 6 of the 1998 NBA finals on June 14, 1998. Jordan sunk the winning shot with five seconds left in the game, securing his sixth Championship title and second three-peat. This was Jordan’s final appearance with…

Just Don x Air Jordan Legacy 312 Low

For summer 2019, Just Don is returning to the Air Jordan Legacy 312. This time working with the low top edition, Just Don has created a colorway that is made for the season in a mix of ultramarine, aquamarine and neon yellow. The sneaker is now available through Nike.com US for $130. The Air Jordan Legacy 312 Low celebrates Michael Jordan’s legacy…

Drake x Air Jordan 4 “Toronto Raptors”

After the eye-catching exotic materials and visible air unit used on its predecessor, the Air Jordan IV’s design took it a step further with even more visible technology. Its mesh panels, supportive wings and reengineered lace locks introduced new standards of comfort and lockdown to the signature. Still, despite its basketball performance roots, the shoe still resonates just as much for its…

Air Jordan 6 “OP-162” Military Inspired PE for Jordan Brand MLB Athletes

In Major League Baseball, teams compete in 162 games during the regular season. Jordan Brand is calling this Operation 162 to name its latest PE edition of the Air Jordan 6. The retro silhouette feature a military themed design for the production in beige/grey with dark blue and yellow accents. Cementing the theme, the kicks are housed in an ammunition case. The…