What first hit the scene last week, new images of the Air Jordan XI (11) Low GS “White/Aqua-Volt” have emerged.
Arguably one the best Air Jordan XI (11) Low colorways to date and a must-have for Summer 2014, our latest look highlights more details including this style’s safari-inspired mudguards, volt accents, and icy blue translucent outsoles. A GS release, we’re still left wondering why Jordan Brand hasn’t considered a family size run with this colorway.
With sizing and availability still left unclear, enjoy new images below and keep it locked right here at Sneaker Files for more.
Earlier this month, we got our hands on some first looks at the upcoming Nike Tiempo 94 Mid “Air Jordan” Collection, and now as we near the March 1st release date, we’re getting some detailed shots of the shoes. The Nike Tiempo 94 Mid “Air Jordan” Collection draws from the Bred, Royal, and White/ Red colorways for the Air Jordan 1. In the pictures below, we can see the smooth arching of the clean lines stitched into the leather uppers of the shoes, with perforation on the ankle collars. Again, these are set to hit Nike retailers on March 1st. Let us know if you’re feeling these down low in the comments!
What may come as a bit of a surprise to some, the Jordan Melo 1.5 “Knicks” is now available.
Given the fact that the Jordan Melo 1.5 has returned from its brief hiatus, this mockup will definitely be received well by Carmelo and Knicks fans alike. Constructed out of leather and synthetic materials, these signature kicks don an original white, team orange, and game royal colorway, plus include vivid orange laces for an added pop. A perfect match to any Knicks ensemble, are you grabbing a pair?
Priced at 0, you may find the Jordan Melo 1.5 “Knicks” in-store and online through all participating Jordan Brand stockists including Oneness.
Colorway: White/Team Orange-Game Royal
Product Code: 631310-108
Kids do have all the fun – it’s proven here as Jordan Brand drops another AJ 11 Low in Grade School sizing. It’s white up top, but the rand runs buck wild with a pebble safari treatment in aqua, while it’s all cold as ice below the surface on the outsole, with some loud volt islands taking care of the tread. No word on an exact release date, but we’ll let you know. Photos via US11Hustla.
When it comes to the “Golden Moments” Air Jordan VI, sneakerheads got to see the coveted colorway on two separate occasions thanks to the shoe begin restocked for the grand opening of Footaction’s Flight 23 in NYC. If the shoe came with a few design tweaks, would you still have copped? Posted below is a detailed look at a sample version of the previously mentioned shoe. As you will see from the pic, there are a few differences. Continue reading after the jump to see if you can spot all the differences and be sure to drop us a line in the comments section below.
March Madness is just around the corner and we have more pictures for the Air Jordan 1 Retro KO Rivalry Pack. The pack features the Air Jordan 1 Retro KO in two different colorways in a two tiered box. Each pair represents the school colors for the rival teams – Georgetown and UNC. We still don’t know the exact date this pack will release, but we have a feeling these will drop sometime around the upcoming NCAA Tournament next month.
In the mean time, enjoy the pictures and check back with Sneakerfiles as more information becomes available.
By now, the “Birmingham Barons” Air Jordan IX should be embedded into your sneaker memory banks. Having already shared a vast array of looks at this upcoming drop, it looks like a detailed look at the GS version has surfaced. After the fictional character-inspired “Kilroy” releases, it was only a matter of time before Jordan Brand payed an official tribute to MJ’s baseball career. Continue reading after the jump to check out the detailed images and be sure to drop us a line in the comments section below.
After debuting the new Jordan Future in a bold black/volt colorway last month, Jordan Brand is back this month with a classic Jordan color combination of black and red for the shoe. Here, the shoe features a black woven upper with 3M threads mated to a black midsole and a bold infrared and white outsole. Gold lace tips and branding on the tongue complete the look for this luxury lifestyle take on the classic Jordan silhouette. No word on whether this will release alongside the black/volt colorway when it launches March 1. Is this what you want to see from Jordan Brand? Let us know what you think below.
The Air Jordan 1 Mid gets blacked-up and ready for business here in this new ‘IP S&S’ rendition. No one seems to know what that code stands for yet (it’s possibly ‘suits and sneakers’), but we do know they’re applying a similar treatment to some other Jordan shoes too, like a Jordan Flight 45. The treatment we’re referring too is a black leather base, with a ribbed, possibly denim material laid on top of the Swoosh, toebox panelling and around the lace area. There’s also a new ’23′ logo on the heel that looks pretty nifty. If you dig it, you can buy from Sneaker Politics.
With the recent emergence of a possible Air Jordan V (5) “Venom Green” just days ago and other similar styles like the Jordan 6 Rings “Venom Green” and Air Jordan X (10) “Venom Green” en route, make room for the Air Jordan 1 ’94 “Black/Venom Green-Black”.
As Jordan Brand continues build momentum for the Air Jordan 1 ’94 series, this black based model is takes on a tumbled leather construction and adds venom green accents throughout to drive home this popular colorway.
With a few angles below, look for the Air Jordan 1 ’94 “Black/Venom Green-Black” to release March 1st for 0.