A tribute to MJ Joe's college alma mater, UNC North Carolina University color reproduction Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG. This color is once again re-released. It is very different from the previous one. The Air Jordan 1 Retro OG UNC version will be officially released on October 10, and the details of the shoes will bring the original OG juice. Original flavor.Like the Chicago Color Match 1 released this year, the Nike Air embroidery, clean heel, is also available without the use of shoelaces. The overall white with a cool North Carolina blue creates a vibrant and familiar atmosphere. The eye-catching North Carolina blue and white contrast accents not only have the classic style of UNC color matching, but also the overall feeling of bright eyes also injects a full highlight into your upper foot!The classic AJ1 silhouette will be cut in half again for the Spring / Summer as a number of new colorways are set to drop. We have already seen a few editions of the Air Jordan 1 Low silhouette drop, and now we have word that a Royal pair and Medium Grey edition will be coming to us soon.While there are no actual images of the shoes at the moment, we have two photoshop renderings of what the Air Jordan 1 Lows are expected to look like when done in these colors. One pair will be getting the classic Black and Royal blue treatment while the other pair will be coming dressed in a Black and Medium Grey make up.
Nike Air Jordan Shoes is continuing to bring out the heat next year as they gets ready for what may be one of their biggest years to date. Along side all the new remastered sneakers, a long time classic silhouette will be resurrected. With all the Air Jordan 13s releasing recently, the low top version of the sneaker will be hitting retailers next year.the classic silhouette will see two new colorways: White/Metallic Silver-Midnight Navy-Trqs and Black/Metallic Gold-University Red-White. There are no photos of the sneaker just yet, but we can expect to see some very soon.
Nike continues to redefine the limits and pushes out Air Max design after Air Max design. It just so happens that their latest release comes in the form of the Nike Air Max 97 Jacquard SP TZ and works two opposing-like palettes that combine effortlessly into one cohesive design. The reinforcement fused Jacquard upper could support the design by itself, but a technicolor design hits the tongue and heel on the sneaker which really brings the look home.