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Nike Air Yeezy

Post by LouiseShaw » Mon Aug 09, 2021 3:47 am

ÿþWithout a doubt the most curious release of the Nike Classic year is the Air Jordan 1 Anodized. Not exactly the expensive material but the Armor' upper was immediately compared to the heavier foot-molding Foamposite, which led to many debates, discussions, general OMGs' and reactions of the like. The Air Jordan 1 has been released in a hundreds of colorways so it was time to turn the page and take it to the next level and the Anodized material seemed like an adventurous direction, with goals of reinvention and rejuvenation in mind. The first Anodized release is the Metallic Silver colorway, which features a tonal silver upper, a white midsole, and a translucent icy-cold outsole. These just dropped at Nikestore so check out the detailed images and get your pair now.

Well we're here with some calming info for you, as the Dave White x Air Jordan 1 will indeed be available on Nikestore, leveling the playing field a bit in what will surely be a sought after release. The February 11th release date promises to be a hectic one, with the Nike Basketball Black History Month 2012' pack dropping on the same day. Hit the jump for some extra shots and let us know if you'll be going Black or White come next Saturday. Nike Classics For anybody who couldn't score a pair of the legendary "Chicago" Air Jordan 1 earlier this summer, or for those that already need another pair, there was some good news this week as Nike announced that the shoe will finally be releasing on Nikestore. Once again testing out their new online drawing system for limited and sought-after releases, the Air Jordan 1's will be up for grabs beginning at 7:00 PM EST Nike Classic Shoes tonight.

After its initial debut on the hardwood in 1985, the Air Jordan 1 quickly made its way onto the streets and into the skate parks on the feet of professional and amateur skateboarders alike. Beyond its performance-engineered construction, its color palettes began intriguing skaters looking to define street style within their sport, and its presence of the feet of Lance Mountain in a 1987 video secured the icon as a certified classic in the skate community. While not a Nike SB collaboration like its Air Jordan 1 High counterparts, the Jumpman is rolling out a slue of Jordan 1 Low colorways that pay homage to the model's role within the SB sphere this Spring. This weekend, two colorways of the Air Jordan 1 Low Phat will be released and to kick off this new variation, Jordan has applied their infamous elephant print and colors Nike Air Max 360 from the Air Jordan III.

You can expect the early release to go down on May 10th before the full rollout on May 25th, with a retail price of $175 USD. Stay tuned for further information on this compelling collaboration, and be sure to check our Jordan Release Dates page as well to see what else the Jumpman's got on the way this summer. The intersection between the Air Jordan 1 and the world of skate dates back to 1985 when Nike released Michael Jordan's first ever shoe. Originally intended for the NBA hardwood, the leather constructed sneaker was a favorite among skaters for its protective and durable qualities. In fact, most of Nike's basketball shoes of that era were ended up on the feet of skaters, but the Air Jordan 1 has managed to be the poster-child of that dual-sport distinction thanks its apperance on ramps and backyard pools, all captured on magazine covers and homemade videos.

So far, the story of the Air Jordan 1 Banned' has been a strange saga. It was all the way back in August that we got our first look at this special edition of the infamous red/black/white Air Jordan 1, which was originally banned by the NBA in 1985 for violating the league's dress code. In addition to the X'd out graphics on the heels and the special insoles and box, this pair also featured a return to the original Nike Air logo on the tongue, making it an instant must-have for most Jordan collectors. Sadly, news later emerged that the enticing release looked to have indeed been scrapped, although a few samples leaked out to give us some more looks at the eagerly anticipated drop that would most likely never be.

The Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG in black/white will release on November 8th at Nike and select Jordan Brand retailers. This original colorway from 1985 should follow suit with other OG AJ1 colorways in terms of it being a highly coveted an item, Nike Air Yeezy so if you've been fancying a pair, purchase without hesitation. Get an official look at these Jordans after the jump and let us know if you're copping! A few people nitpick the use of the word Banned' because of the special 2011 release, others have said things here and there about the word Bred' and of course those Instagram flicks of questionable humor. But what all of this really amounts to, fellow sneakerheads, is a form of love. Notice that absolutely no one has said that the black and red Air Image Jordan 1 Retro High OG needs any cosmetic changes whatsoever.

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