When it comes to the Air Jordan VI, 2014 is shaping up to be a huge year for the iconic silhouette. With quite a few original colorways set to return throughout the year, the coveted “Carmine” colorway is amongst the upcoming retro offerings. Set to touch down May 24, this insanely popular motif was last seen on the sneaker scene as a part of the Countdown Pack back in 2008. You’ve already seen quit a few peeks already, but one more detailed look won’t hurt. Check out the fresh new shots after the jump and be sure to drop us a line in the comments section below.
Air Jordan 6 “Carmine”
Having already shared quite a few looks at the “Carmine” Air Jordan VI retro, it looks like even more images have surfaced. And while most of the southern half of the US is enjoying a wintery mix, this latest batch of photos is sure to bring some sort of visual stimulation as you try not to go stir crazy. Having last done damage on the sneaker scene in 2008 as a part of the Countdown Pack collection, the highly coveted colorway is set to make a return May 24th. Read on after the jump to check out all the new photos and be sure to drop us a line in the comments section below.
Yes, we know that there is a highly anticipated Air Jordan XI release coming next week in the form of the “Gamma Blue” colorway. While that upcoming release has created quite a buzz, so has the upcoming return of the “Bred” Air Jordan 1. Scheduled to drop on the 28th, sneakerheads everywhere have made it quite clear that these joints are definitely sitting rather high on their list of kicks to cop this month. Aside from the iconic black/red color palette, the Nike Air tag and removal of the heel Jumpman have sent the sneaker world into a frenzy. Where do you stand in regards to this retro? Do these have what it takes to dethrone the “Gamma Blues”? Check out some fresh new angles after the jump and be sure to drop us a line in the comments section below.
Air Jordan 1 Retro Hi OG
Volvo Trucks has released this epic video featuring Jean-Claude Van Damme to highlights its latest truck technology. The clip features Van Damme perched precariously between two trucks as they down a road backwards. As the video progresses, the two trucks slowly start to drift apart to highlight the Volvo Dynamic Steering system. The resulting split just might be the most epic ever. Check it out above.
Putting its trucks to the ultimate test of speed and maneuverability, Volvo Trucks has released this commercial, titled “The Chase,” which sets up an all-red Volvo FL in the heat of a bull chase in Ciudad Rodrigo, Spain – the home of the “encierro” Running of the Bulls event. Directed by Henry Alex Rubin, the high energy commercial captures the 12-tonne truck meandering through the town’s narrow streets while being pursued by eight bulls. Captured on 28 different cameras, check out the commercial above and head here to test out the 360° experience.
The Italian classic Lancia Stratos is not only considered one of the most iconic cars in WRC history, but as the first car ever to be designed purely for rally race performance. Claiming three consecutive champion titles in 1974, 1975 and 1976, the Stratos is still considered one of the most challenging, epic, and intriguing driving experiences today. Petrolicious chatted with Phillip Toledano about his experiences driving the iconic race model and discuses its “disastrous noises”, “intrusive” nature, and the intriguing “terror” felt while behind the wheel.
One pair of Air Jordan’s we are excited about releasing is the Jordan 4 Toro Red and today we bring you our epic look.
What is hard to ignore is the full red nubuck uppers. Seen on the Air Jordan 5, this is where the Toro Red nickname came from. The Jordan 4 holds the same colorway except for white on the sole and midsole area.
When images first popped up online, many thought the Toro Red Air Jordan 4 would have suede uppers, but will actually release with nubuck. This was due to Carmelo Anthony wearing an unreleased version of the shoe.
Releasing July 13th 2013 and will retail for 0. You can buy them now at Sole-Up.com.
As June approaches us, Jordan Brand has shown many pairs that will release. One pair is the White/Black-Red Air Jordan 11 Low.
When images first hit the net, many dubbed this Jordan XI Low “Reverse Concords”. But we should note that Jordan Brand has not placed in concord (purple) on the shoe, but replaced it with true red.
Just like your traditional Air Jordan 11, the White, Black and True Red features patent leather in white, black mesh uppers and hints of red on the tongue, heel, insole and sole. Like every release with a clear sole, the kicks will feature a blue tint.
Releasing June 8th 2013 with a retail price of 0. You can buy a pair now at KickSole.com.
Only 5 days away to the official release, we give you an epic look at the Grape Air Jordan 5 2013 retro.
We have taken every possible angle and close up detail of the Jordan V Grapes with every intricate detail covered.
For the shoes, which feature a white leather upper, plastic mesh on both sides and the tongue, emerald Jumpman on the tongue, heel and flows through the midsole. Grape ice is also added to the midsole and tongue.
What many have been waiting for since 2006 or maybe even 1990, the Air Jordan 5 Grapes will release May 4th 2013 with a price tag of 0.
Nike is helping solve the dilemma for sneakerheads who want old looking joints but still want them to feel good and not fall apart with their Vintage series. This Nike Air Epic Vintage takes the glorious old world cocktail of suede, mesh, leather and nylon in navy, grey and orange and runs it through a rapid aging process. This sneaker looks like its on its last legs but in reality it’s just been born, maybe it will actually get younger looking, who knows, let’s call it the Benjamin Button banger. Cop it now from Berlin’s Overkill before it turns into a baby and disappears forever.