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Jordan Brand To Revisit “Cap And Gown” With The Air Jordan 13 Next Year

In May, the Jordan Brand released the Air Jordan 11 “Cap And Gown” that played off of the shoe’s ability to be worn with a tuxedo or a suit during graduation and prom. Dressed entirely in black with the silhouette’s customary patent leather construction, the even more luxurious take on the Jumpman’s most premium iteration was met with open arms and eager Jordan 11 fanatics. Next Summer, Jordan will be revisiting the “Cap And Gown” monicker with a litt…

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Detailed Look At The Air Jordan 12 “Rush Pink” For Girls

Jordan Brand’s penchant for adding unique ladies-only colorways to the Air Jordan 12 is set to continue next week by way of this “Rush Pink” iteration. Utilzing the attractive color combination of black and pink, this selection should outfit younger female sneakerheads with the confidence they need during the upcoming school year. On the heels of this Summer’s “Light Aqua” variety, its diamond-pattern-like mudguard creates a striking luxe aesthetic, with sl…

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Nigel Sylvester Reveals The Destroyed Air Jordan 1s That Inspired His Collaboration

Nigel Sylvester now lives in the uppermost echelon in the world of sneakers as one of the very, very few to have collaborated with Jordan Brand on the Air Jordan 1. Hiroshi Fujiwara, Lance Mountain, and Virgil Abloh are just some of the names that were awarded the rare opportunity, with each delivering their own ground-breaking take on the most important shoe in pop-culture/fashion/sneaker-snob history.
 
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The Air Jordan 1 Mid Alternates Hyper Pink And Black

While all-over branding has propelled itself to the forefront of Nike’s designs this year, the Swoosh has increased its output of a number of other aesthetics that have flown under the radar. One of those being a mismatched look that was popularized by Skepta’s Air Max BW collaboration from earlier in the year that saw the left shoe done up with blue detailing and its left-footed counterpart sporting a red and white makeup. Nike’s marathon-ready Zoom Fly SP has received a si…

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Official Images Of The Vogue x Air Jordan 3 “AWOK”

Having already collaborated with the Jordan Brand on its first women’s collaboration earlier this Summer, the revolutionary fashion publication known as Vogue is set to reprise its role with the Jumpman with two installments of the Air Jordan 3. Paying homage to the legendary editor Anna Wintour, both Air Jordan 3 colorways equip her “A.W.O.K.” signature on the heel that represents her final seal of approval after carefully considering each month’s issue. Unlike the Air Jordan 1 High …

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Recap Russell Westbrook And Jordan Brand’s 7-Day Tour Of Asia

It’s something of a rite of passage for NBA stars to spend some time away from the gym and partake in a tour of Asia during the offseason. Not only do they get a chance to experience a different culture, they also are able to connect with their overseas fans and spread the gospel of the game. Russell Westbrook was the latest player to take the journey, as he recently participated in a seven-day tour, with stops in Shanghai, Beijing, and Tokyo.

Brodie spent time with thousands of …

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Chris Paul’s Jordan CP3.IX For The Golf Course

Chris Paul’s off-court golf ventures have been well documented, evidenced by his NBA vs NFL Ryder Cup-style tournament co-hosted by Aaron Rodgers, and his Chris Paul Family Foundation Charity Golf Classic in conjunction with Wake Forest athletics. Off-season golf is nothing new for a number of the world’s biggest athletes, as Tony Romo, Steph Curry, and Yoenis Cespedes are a small sample size of athletes who are superstars in their respective sports by day, and well-above average …

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Russell Westbrook’s Jordan Why Not Zer0.1 Low Is Coming In Triple Black

Having averaged a triple double in two consecutive seasons for the first time in the history of the NBA, Russell Westbrook has cemented himself as the Jordan Brand’s top signature athlete. To boot, he has one of the most affordable lines of signature sneakers on the market today, with the original Why Not Zer0.1 costing $ 125, and the low version just $ 115. After releasing in a plethora of attractive and intriguing color schemes, the Jumpman is ready to roll out a hotly admired Triple Bl…

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