Following a look at the Jordans 2017
Spring Collection, we now have some info for the Air Jordan Retro 2017 Summer Collection. Some of the notable releases includes both the KAWS and Atmos x Jordan Brand collaboration, along with the return of the Air Jordan 1 "Royal" and the Air Jordan 13. The KAWS Air Jordan 4 will be one of a few upcoming Jordan Brand collaborations that will debut this Spring 2017. Brian Donnelly, professionally known as KAWS, is a New York-based artist and designer who will now be working with Jordan Brand. Apparently, there were four versions made using the Air Jordan 4, which the one that will release comes dressed in Cool Grey and White. The shoe will feature glow-in-the-dark bottoms with the brand's "XX" branding on the outsole.
We can only assume that this is what you've been waiting for with respect to the New Air Jordan Shoes
. This week the sneakers will ignore all that meddling involving brand new colorways and patterns and take things back to the 1986 Bruce Kilgore original. This Air Jordan 2 puts a new spin on the original 1987 classic release. Dressed in a Varsity Red, White and Black color scheme. Jordan Brand used a mixture of nubuck and synthetic materials throughout, while using the Jordan name to replace all the Nike Air branding. They are a high top version of the shoe, and feature a white upper constructed from leather and faux lizard skin. They feature red and black accents, which definitely help to spice up an otherwise bland shoe. The unusual heel tab is a nice touch, as it draws attention to the shoe. They also feature Nike's patented air sole unit, and feature a soft midsole. The black midsole also contrasts from the white upper, which definitely grabs your attention even more.
New Jordans 2016
, First rocked by Hardaway during the 1997 Playoffs, the Air Foamposite One's vibrant blue finish did not match league uniformity rules, forcing him to take matters into his own hands. Making sure he could continue to have the latest Nike innovation on his feet, Hardaway took a black marker to the shoe's deep ridges to help ensure they met league rules. Basketball footwear was forever changed nearly two decades ago with the arrival of the Nike Air Foamposite One. While debuting in college competition, the Nike Air Foamposite One was geared up for the explosive game of Anfernee "Penny" Hardaway. The extremely durable design came from the mind of longtime Nike designer Eric Avar. The idea first struck Avar in 1994 and took him nearly three years to fully develop for on-court performance.