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Air Jordan 33 College PEs Unveiled For Opening Night

With opening night of the college basketball season officially upon us, hope springs anew for teams across the country. A new season means new opportunities, new teammates, and of course, new footwear. Jordan Brand programs Michigan, North Carolina, Marquette, and Georgetown are among the squads tipping their seasons off tonight, and they’ll do it in style as the Jumpman has blessed each of them with new PE-edition Air Jordan 33s.

Michigan’s special pairs boast either a ma…

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Shoe Surgeon To Release A “Mars Yard” Air Jordan 1

Dominic Chambrone aka The Shoe Surgeon has been elevating the “custom shoe” aesthetic, one rebuild at a time. His various projects, which sees classic models get reconstructed with high-end materials, has put him at the forefront of the game, and its Friday he’ll be teaming up with the REIGN x 10 Corso Como space in NYC to launch one of his prized creations in-store. This particular re-imagination of the Air Jordan 1 takes us to Mars, with specific detailing inspired by Tom …

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First Look At The Nike Kyrie 5, Where To Buy “Not For Resale” Air Jordan 1s, And More Of This Week’s Top Stories

This last week was certainly a busy one in the world of sneakers. Kyrie Irving unveiled his brand-new Nike Kyrie 5 in two new colorways — one simple, one a colorful collaboration with Tyler the Creator’s DJ Taco. Kanye West stayed around the headlines — per usual — with his “Zebra” adidas Yeezy 350 Boost V2s set to drop next weekend. Several Nike and Jordan shoes from classic to collaborative also made their mark, as Union gave a detailed look at their two special Air …

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SLAM Presents Jordan Vol.4 Dedicated To The Air Jordan 1

Esteemed magazine SLAM is known for their thoughtful pieces and crisp reporting on the game of basketball, but that’s not all they do. SLAM is all about hoops culture as well as the game itself, and their yearly SLAM Kicks issue touches both on new basketball releases and the stories behind classic hoops footwear. Now, they’ve readied a special issue that’s sure to delight sneakerheads and Michael Jordan fans alike — one that’s focused entirely on the Air Jordan 1. A…

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How Darius Miles And Quentin Richardson Got Signed To Jordan Brand

Of all the NBA athletes who’ve had the honor of wearing Jordan Brand, none were as galvanizing as the tandem of Darius Miles and Quentin Richardson. As part of the LA Clippers’ promising core of the early 2000s, D-Miles and Q-Rich were were remembered for their highlight-potential style and the forehead fist-bumps that sealed each play. That signature sign-off became one of the most mimicked in-game celebrations across all sports and even appeared in the marketing campaign for the…

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Best Look Yet At The “Not For Resale” Air Jordan 1s

Jordan Brand is calling upon the beloved Air Jordan 1 heavily for their special release efforts this holiday season. From a team-specific makeup for one of the world’s foremost soccer clubs to a pair that draws inspiration from MJ’s first Sports Illustrated cover as a member of the Bulls, the iconic shoe has been re-imagined in a number of interesting ways — the most unusual of which may very well be this duo of “Not For Resale” Air Jordan 1s, in white/black/yellow a…

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Jordan Brings Back The “Fear” In The 88 Racer

The Jordan 88 Racer, with its sleek ultralight upper, acts as one of the first runner silhouettes to grace the illustrious Jordan line-up. As a blend of the ever-popular Flyknit Racer and the Jordan 3, the hybrid model is an innovative set of tooling that combines style and function. Taking key elements of the AJ3’s past, the current arrival to the 88 brings a welcome return of the “Fear,” an overall dark palette of black, gray, and orange that released initially about five years ago. A…

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The Jordan Future Arrives In A Full Wheat Workboot Colorway

If you haven’t noticed already, wheat sneaker season is in full force. Along with pumpkin spice lattes and candy corn, wheat sneakers are an essential part of the Fall — and Nike’s done their part, dressing some of their very best silhouettes in the workboot-style colorway. The latest pair to join the wheat sneaker wingding? The Jordan Future. The standard knit upper is replaced with a one-piece shaggy nubuck iteration that’s dressed entirely in wheat, while accents arrive…

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