Date de sortie de la Air Jordan 5 “Racer Blue”
L’Air Jordan 5 “Racer Blue” n’est qu’une autre version dévoilée par les leakers plusieurs mois auparavant. Et en partie à cause de sa simplicité, la palette de couleurs était facile à prévoir, car les maquettes passées se sont avérées proches de la réalité.
Prévu pour sortir en février, le « Racer Blue » arbore un look proche de celui d’OG. Le nubuck noir habille la majeure partie de la tige, prenant en sandwich une languette réfléchissante argentée et un filet opaque. Le bleu titulaire met donc en valeur la semelle intermédiaire de la paire, la marque Jumpman et le verrou en dentelle recouvert d’acrylique. De plus, une finition glacée marque l’outillage juste en dessous, un détail partagé par le coloris beaucoup plus emblématique “Black/Metallic”.
Jetez un coup d’œil au « Racer Blue » ici. Attendez-vous à ce que des images officielles et plus de détails fassent surface une fois que nous approcherons de la sortie du 22 février.
The Air Jordan 1 Low Suits Up In Good Ol’ Red, White, And Blue
With the colder weather on its way out, many will soon put up their Timbs, Uggs, and combat boots for all sorts of low-top sneakers. For Jordan Brand, the Air Jordan 1 Low is the preferred choice, as they’ve revealed no small number of colorways within the past few months. Here, the silhouette appears yet again, opting for a palette some have likened to the friendly neighborhood Spider-Man.
The reds, however, are a bit darker than the Web-Head we’re most familiar with; its burgundy-like finish seems more fit for Kaine Parker, the Scarlet Spider, though even his suit is a little bit brighter. Elsewhere, the blues, which dress the mid-panel, toe box, and tongue, are a bit more true to the comic hero — especially when paired with the bright whites of the Swoosh, midsole, and accompanying Jordan branding.
For a closer look at this brand new Air Jordan 1 Low, see the official images below. Sizes are likely to pop up soon on Nike.com as well as at select retailers.
Air Jordan 1 Low
Release Date: 2022
Style Code: DC0774-604
Where To Buy The Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG “Dark Marina Blue”
Initially teased all the way back in August 2021, the Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG “Dark Marina Blue” (now that’s a mouthful) is finally arriving stateside on February 16th.
Set to arrive in adult and kids’ sizing, the retro shares some similarity to the Air Jordan 1‘s original “Royal” colorway from 1985, but it’s unapologetically its own style. “Black” smooth, synthetic leather sets the stage for a rich, deep blue tone that overtakes most overlays around the forefoot, at the mid-foot and across the heel. “Wings” insignias on the lateral ankle flap revert to the darkest of the two colors, while “NIKE AIR”-branded labels on the tongue opt for “Dark Marina Blue” flair. Lastly, made-for-basketball sole units round out the predominantly dark color scheme with a contrasting “White” look that matches the additional set of laces included with the shoes.
Enjoy detailed product shots from Sneaker Politics here below, as you wait to try your luck at a pair(s) via Nike SNKRS on Wednesday, February 16th.
Air Jordan 1 "Dark Marina Blue"
Release Date: Feb 16th, 2022 (Wednesday)
Color: Dark Marina Blue/Black/White
Style Code: 555088-404
Take an On-Foot Look at the Air Jordan 1 High OG "Brotherhood"
After receiving some early imagery, we now have an on-foot look at the Air Jordan 1 High OG “Brotherhood.” Centered around a mix of “University Gold/Light Bordeaux/White,” the shoe serves as an homage to Michael Jordan’s fraternity, Omega Psi Phi. A major part of MJ’s life during his time at the University of North Carolina, the brotherhood founded in 1911 stands as the first fraternal organization founded at a historically black university.
The Air Jordan 1 High OG “Brotherhood” features a premium white leather base accented by gold and purple overlays. Additional detailing comes in the form of white nylon tongues, midfoot Swooshes, Wings motifs at the collar and printed insoles. Rounding up the design of the shoe are white midsoles paired with yellow rubber outsoles.
Priced at $170 USD, the Air Jordan 1 High OG “Brotherhood” is now set to release February 24.
Nike’s iconic ‘Bred’ Jordan 1 shoe is getting a glossy patent leather look
Nike’s newest Air Jordan 1 is actually a remixed throwback to its roots, coating the original “Bred” color palette with a slick patent sheen. It’s a slightly-upgraded homage to the very first Air Jordan 1, which Michael Jordan infamously wore up and down the Bulls court in spite of NBA’s uniform guidelines.
“Patent Bred” retains the essential design DNA of the Air Jordan 1 Retro High, as well as the original color placements. Glossy black paneling is contrasted by a Varsity Red toe box, heel overlay, and swoosh. The recognizable Air Jordan logo is embossed in black, near a stitched Nike tag on the tongue. The OG Bred High has been consistently re-released since its ‘80s debut, but the slight sheen of this pair feels distinctly modern. Following other patent releases like the “All-Star” Dunk and “Fearless” Air Jordan 1, “Patent Bred” brings its OG industry clout to the trend.
Ironically, although “Bred” symbolizes the beginnings of the Air Jordan 1, it has come to represent the warped hype and resale gouging of modern-day sneaker culture. While the hype is understandable — it is, after all, the first Jordan — every “Bred” release practically guarantees a SNKRS crash and resale inflation.
Dedicated collectors can currently buy the OG 1984 Breds for $3,500, but even recent re-releases flip for upwards of $800. The Bred color palette has crept through nearly every Nike silhouette, but none of them hit like the ones on court with Jordan himself. The Bred Air Jordan 1 High is one of the most recognizable sneakers ever made; its icon status remains unchanged, while its value keeps climbing, despite consistent re-releases.
The Air Jordan 1 High OG “Bred Patent” will hit the SNKRS app and select retailers on October 23, priced at $170. With past releases (and current resale prices) in mind, this is a drop to pray to the SNKR gods for.
SPIDER-MAN JUST CAN'T GET ENOUGH OF NIKE AIR JORDAN 1S
The arrival of the new Spider-Man: No Way Home IMAX trailer unlocked many new secrets and put several fan theories to rest, but most importantly, it reminded us that the webhead loves the Nike Air Jordan 1.
If you're one of the 70 million people yet to view the first trailer for Marvel's upcoming Spider-Man: No Way Home – this movie is going to be wild.
The hype for the third movie in the Marvel-Sony Spider-Verse has been snowballing for months, all leading up to Spider-Man: No Way Home's premiere on December 17.
We can thank Jamie Foxx and Alfred Molina's self-revealed castings for some of the buzz and the jaw-dropping reveal that villains from the Sam Rami Spider-Man trilogy will be returning to the big screen didn't hurt either.
While fan theories, speculation, and debate surrounding whether or not this will be a true live-action take on 2018's Into The Spider-Verse dominate Youtube and Reddit forums, the new IMAX trailer has revealed the best secret yet: Peter Parker rocks Jordans.
Thanks to the increased aspect ratio, super-sleuths combing through the trailer for new plot details caught a glimpse at what sneakers Tom Holland's titular character will be wearing as he tackles the multiverse head-on. Alongside a pair of Vans Old Skools in their classic blue-navy color-blocking, Spidey can be seen in a pair of Air Jordan 1 High "Hyper Crimson."
This isn't the first time the fan-favorite hero has rocked the silhouette. Parker's protege Miles Morales wore the Air Jordan 1 “Chicago” throughout Into The Spider-Verse, culminating in Nike's release of the special edition AJ1 "Origin Story."
With Miles and the wider Spider-Verse cast set to return in 2022, it seems entirely possible that the AJ1 will make another animated appearance, possibly alongside another physical release. We can only hope.
Seemingly, the AJ1 is the footwear of choice for heroic (or just generally dangerous) acts, as Assane Diop wore several colorways throughout Netflix's Lupin.
Like all great things, we started small. We took a few like-minds with a shared vision—and ran with it. Today, we’ve grown into something big.