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Air Jordan 1 High OG Atmosphere (Bubble Gum) Dropping Next Week
Name Air Jordan 1 High OG WMNS Atmosphere
Colorway Atmosphere/White-Laser Pink-Obsidian
Release Date December 22, 2021
Style Code DD9335-641
The the Air Jordan 1 High OG “Atmosphere” aka “Bubble Gum” consists as one of the standout offerings from Jordan Brand to close out 2021 as it’s slated to drop next week. As suggested, the sneaker’s theme is inspired by the light pink color of bubble gum. The women’s-exclusive pair sports a matte nubuck and patent leather construction that also features pops of obsidian throughout for a nice touch of contrast. Furthermore, while it’s not shown on this gallery, the bubble gum theme is further evident via a printed bubble gum splat on the bottom of the outsole.
Retailing for $170, look for this Air Jordan 1 High at select Jordan Brand stockists and online on December 22. For a complete guide including official photos, release dates, pricing and where to buy, visit: Air Jordan 1 High OG “Bubble Gum”.
Get a Closer Look At The Air Jordan 5 Low Doernbecher
After having leaked over the weekend, today we bring you a closer look at the upcoming Air Jordan 5 Low “Doernbecher.” This special edition of the Air Jordan 5 Low was designed by Michael Wilson who was diagnosed with Krabbe disease, a severe neurological condition. Design details on the Air Jordan 5 Low Doernbecher include his favorite meal, mac and cheese, debossed on the toe and collar as well as a matching dubrae. The sneaker also comes with laser eyes under the mesh side panels which represent the super power of his choice. Additional details include “Take Flight” branding on the lateral, heel pull tabs, his initials “MDW” on the heels underneath the Jumpman logos, a multicolor liner and a translucent outsole housing a graphic. The Air Jordan 5 Low “Doernbecher” is expected to release in the coming weeks. Keep it locked to Kicks On Fire for updates.
For a complete guide including official photos, release dates, pricing and where to buy, visit: Air Jordan 5 Low Doernbecher.
Jordan Brand Gives the Air Jordan 5 a "Racer Blue" Makeover
Jordan Brand is set to release a new Air Jordan 5 in a “Racer Blue” colorway in line with its Spring 2022 Retro Collection. Announced back in December, the Jumpman will be debuting a total of 15 new modernized installments of Michael Jordan’s classics along with the revival of the Air Jordan 12 “Playoff.” The silhouette was last seen in a low-top variation sporting an “Arctic Pink” colorway which is slated to drop before the current model at hand.
This latest pair slightly recalls the OG “Black Metallic, as full suede uppers opt for an all-black construction with a translucent netting on the quarter panels while an Iron Gray shade details the eye stays. The “Racer Blue” hue hits the lace toggle, sockliner and Jumpman motif embroideries on the silver reflective tongue and heel cap. A vivid blue midsole is molded over a rubber outsole split into black and Icy Blue to complete the design.
Look out for the Air Jordan 5 in a “Racer Blue” to release on February 22 at select retails and Nike’s official website for $200 USD. Additionally, early pairs are available now at GOAT.
“Marina Blue” Splashes Onto The Air Jordan 1 Low
Historically, the Air Jordan 1 Low has been one of the more experimental options from Michael Jordan’s signature sneaker line, but it’s never been hesitant to keep things rooted in heritage either. For its latest “Marina Blue” proposition, the lifestyle-oriented design opts for an ensemble reminiscent of the iconic “Royal Blue” colorway.
Akin to previously-seen pairs of the near-identical Nike Dunk Low, the upcoming sneakers indulge in a “colorless” synthetic leather base that allows for overlays across the upper to revel in the spotlight. Nylon tongues and foam midsoles also opt for a white styling, while panels throughout the forefoot, mid-foot and tongue, and tread underfoot favor a rich blue hue. Together, each aforementioned component creates a compelling counterpart to the upcoming “Dark Marina Blue” Jordan 1 High expected to drop in February.
Enjoy official images of the pair here below, and anticipate a Nike.com launch soon.
Air Jordan 1 Low "Marina Blue"
Release Date: 2022
Color: White/Marina Blue
Style Code: DC0774-114
Take an On-Foot Look at the Air Jordan 1 Element "GORE-TEX"
Turning its focus on durability, Jordan Brand is now readying the release of the Air Jordan 1 Element “GORE-TEX.”
Set to arrive this holiday season, a closer look at the take on the court classic highlights the striking mix of “Black/Chile Red/Particle Grey/Sail” that serves as the color scheme for the rugged reimagining. The upper of the shoe features a GORE-TEX base accented by suede overlays, 3M reflective Swooshes and “GORE-TEX” markings at the heels. Rounding up the design of the shoe are “NIKE AIR” tongue tags, Wings motifs at the ankle, printed insoles, white midsoles and two-tone rubber outsoles.
Priced at $200 USD, the Air Jordan 1 Element “Gore-Tex” is now expected to release November 1.
Take an Official Look at the Air Jordan 11 "Animal Instinct"
Following early images, we now have an official look at the Air Jordan 11 “Animal Instinct.”
Releasing as part of Jordan Brand‘s 2021 Holiday lineup, the premium women’s exclusive is centered around a mix of “Black/Red/Sail/White” with patterns drawn from the animal kingdom. The shoe features a black suede upper accented by a mix of black and white zebra, cheetah and leopard print done in faux fur. Branding comes in the form of “23” in red at the rear, black metal Jumpman motifs at the ankle, Jordan Brand tongue badges and printed insoles. Rounding up the design of the shoe are white midsoles paired with translucent black rubber outsoles with carbon fiber arch torsion plates.
Priced at $225 USD, the Air Jordan 11 “Animal Instinct” is now set to release Black Friday, November 26.
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