Air Jordan VI Retro “Celebration Collection”

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As we all know, when it comes to celebrating any major event, cigars and champagne is usually the best concoction to celebrate with! For Michael Jordan, both the tobacco and the bubbly were his way of treating himself and celebrating the many championships he won over his career. Jordan brand take inspiration from the post-finals celebration photo of MJ (see below) celebrating the way he knows best, and bring us the Jordan XI “Celebration Collection” Continue reading “Air Jordan VI Retro “Celebration Collection””

Nike Air Jordan XI Retro & Air Jordan I Retro High OG – “Carmine”

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As the year of the 6’s continues, celebrating the 23rd anniversary of both Micheal Jordan’s sixth signature model and his first championship. Jordan brand bring back the much anticipated “Carmine” colourway with the iconic Jordan 6.

These Jordan 6’s were never released as a retro on it’s own. It was paired up with the Jordan 17 as part of the “Countdown” pack from 2010. This time, you won’t have to cop two pairs or pack in order to cop the Carmine 6’s. But it doesn’t stop there…Jordan brand also bring us the “Carmine” colourway for the first time to the Jordan 1 Silhouette. Continue reading “Nike Air Jordan XI Retro & Air Jordan I Retro High OG – “Carmine””

Nike Air Foamposite Pro Premium “Yeezy”

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The release of the Nike Air Foamposite Pro “Yeezy” is just few days away. Nike seem to have a knack creating a buzz around a shoe with a particular colour way, and its no different with this shoe. Nike have used the famous “Yeezy” colourway for their latest Foamposite Pro silhouette. It seems like ages since we were first teased with images of this and now it looks like the long wait will soon be over.
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Nike SB x Air Jordan 1

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The Air Jordan 1 gained a rebellious image from the time Michael Jordan was fined by the NBA after he wore the black and red editions during the 1986 playoffs against the Boston Celtics. He was fined $5,000 each time he wore the AJ1. Nike used this to their advantage and promoted the shoes hinting that it gave an unfair competitive advantage, and whoever wore them would be considered to have an edginess about them relating to outlaw activities.

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