Tomorrow, Jordan Brand will be retro-releasing one of the most popular colorways of their Retro VII model. The French Blues are set to release at retailers nationwide tomorrow like Sneaker Politics. Be sure to get there early, these will definitely sell out fast.
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Following on from the ‘Tropical Teal’ release early this December, Jordan brand follows up the first 4LAB1 with the more subdued black/reflect silver edition. By all regards a lot more wearable than the first release, the 2nd coming is definitely a lot easier on the old eyes too, as the Hyperfused layering creates a myriad of greyscale tones across the upper. Launching December 19, if you got mad love for the LAB series, pencil these in dropping at all the usual spots, including Nike.
Round of applause to Jordan Brand, they have just taken the backpack game to a whole new level. Either some sick amalgamation of sneakerheads finding for the perfect backpack, or AJ simply produced way too many AJ11 Bred outsoles in a size 15 or up – whatever the case, we are glad as hell this happened. Seriously, think of the endless possibilities and colour-combinations that could be achieved. Funnily enough, it’s still going to set you back the same price as a pair of AJ11 Breds with a purchase price of $ 250 USD. So you do the math, $ 250 for the Jays, $ 250 for the matching backpack = Sneakerhead game clocked. Packer Shoes right now.
Every Jordan head’s wallet must be close to tapped out by now, and we’re still waiting for the Black Gum 1s, Fragments, Leather Bred XIIIs and Columbia XIs this month! But if you’re interested in something a little different, these AJ1 mids draped in Team Red and Electric Orange with leather and canvas underlays could be a good alternative. Out now at Sneaker Politics.