Jordan Brand is releasing a new colorway of the Air Jordan 16 for the Fall of 2017 that serves as a nod to Michael Jordan being the CEO and first majority owner of an NBA franchise, the Charlotte Hornets.
The Air Jordan 16 CEO/Boardroom features a Black suede on the upper with subtle purple accents and iridescent patent leather placed on the toe and tongue. It won’t be easy to get your hands on a pair either as the inside of the tongue signifies that this shoe is limited to only 2,300 pairs. Finishing things off is a translucent outsole.
Michael Jordan’s greatness is celebrated with this Air Jordan 16 CEO edition, as he’s the first league superstar to become a team owner. Being the CEO and majority owner of the Charlotte Hornets, the sneaker is colored in the team’s signature colors with a black-based upper that is accented with iridescent details in teal and purple hues. The shoe is limited to 2,300 individually numbered pairs and completed with a translucent outsole.
The Air Jordan 16 originally released more than 15 years ago (March 2001). This November, the shoe makes its return coming in the OG Midnight Navy colorway. The last time we saw any kind of version of the shoe was back in 2008 when the Black Air Jordan 16 released as a part of the CDP where it got paired up with the Air Jordan 7. Fun fact about the shoe, it was also the first Air Jordan since the Air Jordan 3 that was not designed by Tinker Hatfield.
Jordan Brand is rumored to be releasing a suede iteration of the Air Jordan 11 Low Spring of 2020. Although no images of the sneaker have leaked, we do know that the Jordan 11 Low will come dressed in a White/University Red-Black-True Red color scheme. In regards to the suede, the rendering shown here shows that the suede is placed on the Black mudguard but all of that is speculation for now. For all we know the mudguard could be done in leather, while the rest of the shoe can be done in suede. Stay tuned as more info begins to surface.
The Air Jordan 11 Bred 2019 is one of the most popular colorways ever to be produced on the iconic silhouette, and the sneaker’s OG styling is going to be returning for the holiday 2019 season. First worn by Michael Jordan during the 1996 NBA Playoffs, the sneaker helped him earn another championship and NBA Finals MVP. Images of the 2019 edition have not surfaced yet but the sneaker sports a mixture of Black, White, and Varsity Red.
A special Air Jordan 11 has surfaced and it’s a custom design made just for head football coach Dan Mullen of the Florida Gators. Reminiscent of the recent AJ 11 Low “Blue Snakeskin,” this variation of the iconic silhouette dons a white mesh upper and custom blue gator print covering the patent leather mudguard. Other details include the Florida Gators logo on the tongue labels, “DM” on the heels, alongside the Jumpman logo which are colored in orange to reflect the Gators team colors. Finally, a white midsole and icy translucent outsole rounds out the look.
Slated to drop this summer at Nike accounts including titolo is this pair of Nike Air Max 2006. The shoe features a white leather upper, while unique black print plays a secondary role. The shoe sits atop a Nike Air Max 360 sole, which runs the entire length of the shoe. Other features including hits of metallic silver, as well as a breathable mesh tongue. No word yet as to a specific release date but stay tuned in for more information.
Nike went overboard in 1993 with the huge Air unit, fully visible from the back of the shoe. The Air Max 93 still remains a popular member of the Nike Air Max family. The 2006 Air Max 93’s most talked-about feature was its large 270-degree exposed Nike Air Unit. The Air Sole Unit contained more air and therefore provided greater protection. It was manufactured using a new process called blow moulding, which involved gas being injected through an external tube that forced plastic into a mould. The Air Max 93 was the first to have a coloured Air Unit. Meanwhile, the upper featured a sock-like fit similar to the Air Huarache.The model was reissued in 2003. In the same year, Nike produced an Escaped-influenced edition and Air Mowabb edition, the latter of which was only available in Europe. Numerous colourways have since been launched worldwide.
The Air unit went full length in 1997. The Air Max 97 offered maximum cushioning and style. This still is one of the most popular Nikes out there, re-issued numerous times around the world. Rumor has it that this shoe was originally going to be called the Air Total Max 3. This ultra modern-looking Air Max was inspired by the high-speed Japanese Bullet train.
Shown up top, the Nike Air Max Plus Triple Black comes dressed in Black from top to bottom and comes constructed out of a Black mesh upper paired up with matching plastic overlays. The Swoosh branding, laced, lining, midsole and rubber outsole all come in Black as well. The only visible part of the shoe that does not come in Black is the Yellow on the signature “Tn” logo on the heel of the outsole.
Nike will soon be releasing this brand new colorway of the Nike Air Max Plus. This iteration of the model opts for a gradient motif on the upper as the Air Max Plus starts off with a Purple base on the toe and gradually transforms on to a Light Blue finish by the time you get to the heel of the shoe. Other features on the shoe include the Black detailing on the overlays, Swoosh logos, mudguards, and plastic toes, while the same Purple and Blue hues can be found on the shank plate between its White midsole. The “TN” logo on the heel, Light Blue air bubbles, Black rubber outsole and Yellow Tuned Air pods complete the look.
The Nike Air Max Plus is taking a walk on the wild side with the latest colorway that we see above. Incorporating a “What The” theme, this new offering of the Nike Air Max Plus has been dubbed the “Color Flip” colorway and takes on a mismatched look. For starters we see that the medial sides of both shoes take on a faded/gradient orange look with the right shoe being hit with purple detailing and the left with volt. Finishing details include orange accents on the eyelets and Swoosh logos, white midsoles, and volt or purple on the insoles and outsoles.
This PSNY x Air Jordan 15 Black Suede released in limited numbers last month and it’s now available at more retailers worldwide this weekend. The shoe gets a more premium look with a black suede upper instead of the classic woven design while other details are seen with “PSNY” branding on the tongues and heel section. Completing the look altogether are pull tabs and a clean white rubber sole.
Retailing for a price tag of $225, look for the PSNY x Air Jordan 15 Black Suede at select Jordan Brand stores and online today. Click and bookmark our official Air Jordan 16 CEO hub page now for all imagery, the latest information and full release details.
The PSNY x Air Jordan 15 in Olive and Black Suede released in quickstrike fashion last month and the sneakers are coming back for a global release this weekend. Featuring the olive version, the sneaker is simply built with a woven upper, leather mudguard and rubberized heel wrap that is detailed with PSNY branding colored in white, as well as on the tongue.
Release alert! The next collab between PSNY and Jordan Brand dropped earlier today. The collab consists of two different versions of the Air Jordan 15, one one in a Black suede and the second done in a Olive woven finish. Opting for a monochromatic look up top, both pairs are offset by the White sole (Olive pair has a bit of more Olive on the midsole).
In addition to the two pairs of shoes, the PSNY x Jordan Capsule Collection also includes 11 versatile pieces to choose from that were available for purchase immediately following the presentation during New York Fashion Week.
Dubbed the Air Jordan 6 Neutral Grey, this Jordan 6 comes with a Neutral Grey, White, True Red, and Black color scheme.
No images of the sneaker have leaked, but you can expect the shoe to come with a Grey-based upper paired with Red contrasting accents, Black detailing along with a White midsole and translucent outsole.
It is being rumored that Jordan Brand will be releasing a Quai 54 iteration of the Air Jordan 6. Quai 54 is the only streetball tournament worldwide sponsored by Jordan Brand. Founded by Hammadoun Sidibe, it has historically been held the last weekend of June every summer in Paris since 2002.
Although yet to be unveiled/leaked, the Air Jordan 6 GS Quai 54 is said to come dressed in a Sail, Total Orange, Gum Light Brown, and Baroque Brown color scheme. The shoe is also expected to come with signature Quai 54 branding. Below you will find a rendering of what the Air Jordan 6 GS Quai 54 could end up looking like.
Nike is bringing back a very unexpected silhouette from their archives to celebrate the, 7th anniversary?
We’re talking about the Nike Air Max 2009. Up above is the Stealth colorway of the Nike Air Max 2009 which is available now at select Nike retailers. This colorway of the Air Max 2009 features grey on the majority of the upper with white detailing on the laces, ankle, and midsole. Finishing off the are black accents on the Swoosh and tongue branding and a 360 degree Air Max midsole.
The Nike Air Max 2009 was recently offered in a stealth colorway this past March 2016, and although the sneaker is not as popular as its predecessors and successors, the runner is revived in another colorway for Spring/Summer 2016 once again.
Flaunting a volt-colored breathable mesh composition, the component is reinforced with a translucent overlay across the upper, which displays a graphic of the sneaker’s lacing system across the side panels. Additional hits of volt are applied on the laces, tongue, inner lining and insoles, while shades of grey along the eyelets, quarter panels, rear and toe cap solidifies the palette.
The Nike Kyrie 5 will be dropping in its latest iteration this month to start off the new year with a “Just Do It” theme. The sneaker’s mesh and synthetic upper is colored mostly in black, and highlighted with the Swoosh’s slogan across the medial side in pink letters with “Just” on the left shoe, and “Do It” on the right in blue, pink and yellow hues. More pink is added on the midsole and behind the tongues, while blue lining and a lighter shade of Blue on the outsole with more multicolor hits completes the design.
The Air Jordan 9 Dream It, Do It, this new colorway is inspired by the “Dream It, Do It” apparel collection by Jordan Brand from the 90’s that was inspired by Nike’s iconic “Just Do It” slogan. This Jordan 9 features an assortment of colors all throughout the upper which has been constructed out of Black leather on the majority of the shoe. The mudguard and heel/ankle areas have then been hit with the 90’s color vibes as we see teal, gold, purple, and red. The tongue brings the theme together as we see the “Dream It, Do It” logo while a black midsole and white rubber outsole complete the look.
One of the most colorful Air Max 95s of all-time is making its way to retailers this Fall as today we give you the best look yet at the Air Max 95 SP Multicolor.
Taking on a premium appearance, this bright and bold iteration of the legendary runner is composed of textile canvas, denim and mesh, with the signature paneled construction colored in hues of Psychic Blue, Chrome Yellow, Red, Purple and Black. Denim is prominent on the toe and heel, while it’s topped off by by an oversized metal sun lace lock, a white midsole and gum rubber outsole.
With a shoe that has as many layers as the Nike Air Max 95, sometimes the best route to give it that pop is hitting it with lots of color. On deck we have a new colorway which takes on a bred-like color scheme with a subtle contrast of color. This Air Max 95 starts off with black suede overlays on the side panels along with a crimson red textured leather as well as white mesh detailing. For further contrast we see the addition of a bright yellow on the tongue as well as the Swooshes on the heel. Finally we have white on the laces, inner liner, and midsole with a black rubber outsole wrapping things up.
The Nike Air Woven has been brought back to the Swoosh’s rotation and it has returned in a classic black and white colorway for summer 2017. Featuring a full woven upper, most of the design is colored in black with white accents seen along the collar in a checkered theme. The slip-on silhouette also includes suede tongues and heels while a white midsole and black rubber outsole complete the look and theme altogether.
New colorways of the Nike Air Woven are coming for the Summer of 2017 as we give you an official look at this new Sail pair with multicolor detailing.
Just like the name implies, this silhouette from Nike Sportswear features a full woven construction on the upper which has been done in Sail (off-white) on this particular colorway. Pastel tones have then been added on certain portions of the woven upper. Suede detailing can then be seen on the heel. while a white midsole and gum rubber outsole finish things off.
Set to release in the near future, here are the official images of the Nike Air Woven in Thunder Blue and Solar Red.
The Nike Air Woven is a model that comes with an all-woven upper. This women’s exclusive colorway utilizes a two-toned look as the Thunder Blue is offset by the use of Solar Red placed throughout the woven-constructed upper. The slip-on construction makes this a good choice if you’re looking for a pair of stylish on the go sneakers. Suede on the tongue and heel give this pair a nice premium feel.