Months ago, Drake’s “OVO” Air Jordan Xs were made available in a small run at the Canadian outfit’s pop-up store in Los Angeles. But for those of you who weren’t able to snag a pair back in April, it appears that Jordan Brand will be awarding you with another shot. Drizzy’s “OVO” Xs have here been done up in premium leathers, noting an overall off-white look. Clean white laces accompany the kicks, coinciding with the midsole accordingly. “Jordan 23″ branding takes over the tongue, while the Jumpman logo is present at the heel, and OVO’s signature Owl can be seen on the insole. The outsole boasts a translucent, speckled effect to complete the pair.
We will be hosting an in-store raffle Friday, September 11 from 1-6 PM EST. No purchase necessary for entry. One raffle ticket per customers. Winners will be contacted via. phone after 6 PM with an instruction for pick up on Saturday. Must have a vaild ID for pick up.
Declared the “Ultimate Jordans” by Nike, the Air Jordan MTM collection was officially unveiled earlier today at a special event in Paris. Now official images have hit the web, showcasing the MTM pack in all its sleek and stealthy glory. Celebrating the 30th anniversary of the Air Jordan line, the two-shoe collection by Mark Parker, Tinker Hatfield, and Michael Jordan features the first and latest Air Jordan models with a twist: their materials flipped. The Air Jordan 1 comes constructed with a full Flyweave upper with contrasting hues within the textile weave to create the classic lines of the iconic shoe’s upper. Likewise, the Air Jordan XX9 trades its Flyweave for the Air Jordan 1’s leather construction, presented in an ultra-premium black leather upper, complete with the shoe’s usual FlightPlate technology below for a blend of modern performance and luxury.
With the next entry in Jordan’s successful 30th year anniversary, comes the Air Jordan Son of Mars ‘Hot Lava’. Drawing inspiration from some of Jordan Brand’s most popular silhouette’s, the 3, 4, 5, and 6, the sneaker is dressed in a variety of colors including white, black, wolf grey and hot lava. Netting is seen under the laces, topped with a black velcro strap. The Jumpman logo is seen on the heel and tongue, with Jordan Brand’s signature elephant print is accented throughout the toe and heel. Look for these to release in-store only at our Moreland Ave. location Wednesday, July 22nd.
Following up on the recently released Hare 7’s, Jordan brand continues their “remastered” program with the re-release of the retro Air Jordan 7 “Bordeaux”. These fall in right line with the other successful releases in Jordan brand’s 23rd anniversary. Originally released in 1992, and re-released in 2011, the new and improved 2015 release features a black and gray upper, with the gray being darker and more accurate to the OG release. Look for these to release in-store only this Saturday, July 18th.
Arguably the most anticipated sneaker to release this summer, the Air Jordan 11Lab4 is back and this time in an all red everything colorway. Inspired by the Jordan 11 patent leather and the Air Jordan 4 silhouette with a molded toe-box that we first saw in the Air Jordan 4 “Laser”. Be on the look out for the Air Jordan 11Lab4 “University Red” releasing this Saturday in-store only priced at $250 USD.
Another week gos by and another Jordan brand release is waiting to go down this weekend at Wish. This time around the Jordan Spizike, is back with another colorway for the summer. Up next we will see the shoe coming in a “White/Poison Green” make up. Featuring a White leather base, with Cement detailing throughout. Light Poison Green, University Red and Cool Grey are used to make up the rest of the look. Speckling can also be found on the mud guards and lace holders to add another fun touch to the shoe. Be on the look out for this shoe to drop tomorrow in-store and by phone order at noon.
Another exciting weekend for the Jordan heads is a throwback to the ‘Playoff’ Air Jordan 12, this 20 sports a black synthetic upper, lasered cross-strap and white overlays on the medial toe and heel. The floating ankle strap and overlays also reflect when hit with light. Available in-store tomorrow at noon.
The 30th anniversary of the Air Jordan 1 isn’t just another marker used to sell sneakers or collaborate with high-end retailers. The past three decades have effectively been dominated by Jordan Brand and its aforementioned foundational silhouette. Thus, a celebration in its honor means something, stands for something, and more importantly, represents us – the cultural participants. The Air Jordan 1 “Pinnacle” – which originally debuted in February during NBA All-Star Weekend – finally released this past weekend at the Jordan Brand Flight 23 Las Vegas store. A much wider release of the 24k gold assisted Air Jordan 1 will take place this summer, June 20th, with a retail price of $400.
The Air Jordan Spizike was made to show appreciation to Mars Blackmon aka Spike Lee. The Jordan Spizike combines the iconic elements of the Jordan III, IV, V, VI and XX. The newest colorway blends paint splatter and elephant print across a sleek black upper with white midsole and Cool Grey details.
The perfect pairing of Michael Jordan and Bugs Bunny took the world by storm when they teamed together for a Jordan Brand TV commercial in 1992. The two global icons let the world into their friendship, a friendship that has spanned 23 years, six championships and countless threats from the intergalactic cartoon world. The Air Jordan 7 Retro ‘Hare’ returns in the original colorway from 1992.