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Official Look at the Air Jordan 1 CO.JP “Metallic Silver”

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When the Air Jordan 1 CO.JP “Metallic Silver” was announced as part of Jordan Brand‘s Fall 2020 retro collection, it sent AJ1 lovers into a veritable flurry of excitement. Originally released in 2001 as part of a four-shoe “Japan Addition” pack that also contained “Black,” “Midnight Navy” and “White/Midnight Navy” colorways, the “Metallic Silver” was one of the first four non-OG Air Jordan 1s to be brought to market. Each “Japan Addition” colorway was limited to to Japanese doors, and made in small batches: black, white and midnight navy pairs were kept to 3,000 each, while the “Metallic Silver” itself was limited to a scant 2001. Now, ahead of its anticipated return, we’ve been provided with an official look at the silver-swathed sneaker.



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Metallic silver leather provides the shoe with its signature shade and moniker alike, appearing on the toebox, Swooshes, heels and collar flaps. It’s surrounded by a soft grey nubuck on the quarter panels, eyestays, mudguard and collar, while the tongue opts for a grey tumbled leather. An original jeweled ball-and-wings logo graces the lateral collar flap, while the tongue provides the only discrepancy from the original pair — equipping a Nike Air logo in place of a traditional Jumpman.
Inside the tongue is a patch that reads “1 of 2020,” a nod to the OG pair’s numbered nature. Insoles boast a CO.JP spellout, with white midsole and grey outsoles rounding off the look. The pairs that release in Japan will also be packaged in a special silver suitcase, each of which is individually numbered.
The Air Jordan 1 CO.JP “Metallic Silver” will release on Nike SNKRS Japan July 25, and is priced at ¥26,400 (approximately $246 USD). A global release sans briefcase will follow in the coming weeks.
For more classically-styled kicks, check out Nike Sportswear‘s Air Force 1 Craft in “Summit White/Photon Dust.”

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Inside the tongue is a patch that reads “1 of 2020,” a nod to the OG pair’s numbered nature. Insoles boast a CO.JP spellout, with white midsole and grey outsoles rounding off the look. The pairs that release in Japan will also be packaged in a special silver suitcase, each of which is individually numbered.
The Air Jordan 1 CO.JP “Metallic Silver” will release on Nike SNKRS Japan July 25, and is priced at ¥26,400 (approximately $246 USD). A global release sans briefcase will follow in the coming weeks.
For more classically-styled kicks, check out Nike Sportswear‘s Air Force 1 Craft in “Summit White/Photon Dust.”

Read Full Article


The Air Jordan 1 CO.JP “Metallic Silver” will release on Nike SNKRS Japan July 25, and is priced at ¥26,400 (approximately $246 USD). A global release sans briefcase will follow in the coming weeks.
For more classically-styled kicks, check out Nike Sportswear‘s Air Force 1 Craft in “Summit White/Photon Dust.”

Read Full Article


For more classically-styled kicks, check out Nike Sportswear‘s Air Force 1 Craft in “Summit White/Photon Dust.”

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Nike LeBron 17 Low “Triple-Black” Coming Soon: Photos

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LeBron James has had his very own signature sneaker line with Nike ever since he came into the league all the way back in 2003. This season, James introduced the LeBron 17 to rave reviews, as fans and ballplayers were impressed with both the aesthetics and the performance capabilities. While the shoe originally dropped as a mid-top, LeBron and Nike decided to come through with a low top offering that has dropped in numerous colorways thus far.

The latest Nike LeBron 17 Low colorway to be shown off is this “Triple-Black” offering that will certainly be seen as an essential item, to some. “Triple-Black” is a colorway that makes its way to practically every single shoe, so it should come as no surprise that the Nike LeBron 17 Low would get it as well. The shoe is constructed with that signature knitposite upper, while the midsole contains an Air unit that will offer you some premium comfort while you run up and down the court.

A release date has not yet been determined for these, although you can expect them to drop in the coming weeks. Let us know what you think in the comments below.

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Air Jordan 12 “Stone Blue” Drops Soon: New Details Revealed

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Over the course of the last few months, perhaps the most popular upcoming sneaker on this website has been the Air Jordan 12 “Stone Blue.” There is a pretty good reason for this. Of course, the Air Jordan 12 continues to be immensely popular, especially in light of its appearance in “The Last Dance.” Not to mention, the “Stone Blue” colorway is incredibly clean and features a unique aesthetic that has fans yearning to spend their hard-earned money. 

The shoe features an obsidian upper on top of a white base which creates a colorway that has truly yet to be seen from the Jordan 12. Thanks to new details from Instagram sneaker insider @zsneakerheadz, it has been revealed that the obsidian part of the shoe will actually be malleable in terms of its shading. Yes, that’s right, the blue will actually fade depending on how much you wear and abuse the sneaker. Jordan Brand is essentially making a sneaker that is supposed to be unique to each individual consumer.



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This is exciting news and will certainly lead to some unique concepts within the sneaker community. As for the release date, these are slated to drop on August 22nd for $190 USD. Let us know if you plan on copping.

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Nike Zoom Freak 2 “Naija” Officially Unveiled: Release Details

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Giannis Antetokounmpo has cemented himself as one of the biggest and best players in the entire NBA. Last season, he took home league MVP honors and it appears as though he is on pace to win the award, once again. 2019 was huge for other reasons, as Giannis got his first-ever signature shoe with Nike. This sneaker was called the Nike Zoom Freak 1 and came in dozens of dope colorways that many fans are still rocking with pride. The last few months have been filled with Zoom Freak 2 teasers, and now, it is finally coming out.

The inaugural colorway is being called “Naija” and featured a white, black, and green upper. This bulky model is incredibly colorful and will certainly stand out on your feet. The official images below give us our best look yet, and we can only imagine what kinds of colorways we will be getting in the not so distant future.

As for this “Naija” offering, you can expect it to drop on Saturday, July 25th for $130 USD. Stay tuned for more information on future Zoom Freak 2 colorways as we will be sure to bring you all of the latest updates.

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