The holiday season is finally here and the Air Jordan 11 “Bred” in its original high-cut patent leather construction will finally be returning in a week. The silhouette featured the numbers “45” on its heels when Tinker Hatfield designed the sample version of the model, however, the final production which Michael Jordan eventually wore on-court incorporated “23”-numbered heels. This 2019 retro maintains its classic ballistic nylon composition with leather accents, while a red Jumpman logo across the collar, white midsole and red translucent outsole tops off the classic style.
Release Date: Spring 2020
Retail Price: $220
Style Code: TBC
After surfacing back in 2018, the adidas Yeezy Boost 700 MNVN will finally make its official debut next year in a “Phosphor” colorway, according to sources. As suggested, the silhouette maintains the Yeezy 700 DNA, with this iteration boasting a nylon-based, electric yellow upper that bears the defining enlarged 3M “700” imprinted on its sides. Finally, a blacked-out sole that’s similar with the perforated and patterned sole of the original and 700 V2 models tops off the design.
After the release of a UNC-like colorway earlier this summer, a brand new Nike SB x Air Jordan 1 Low “Desert Ore” rendition is dropping soon. This variation of the silhouette boasts a special theme that unveils hues of Royal Blue and Dark Powder Blue when the Desert ore canvas upper is worn off or torn off. The right shoe reveals a UNC Powder Blue underneath, while the left pair is dipped in Black and Royal. Finally, a white midsole and mismatching outsole round out the style.
Look for the Nike SB x Air Jordan 1 Low “Desert Ore” at select Nike SB stores and online via SNKRS, as well as including the KicksOnFire Shop on December 9. The retail price is listed at $120. Always keep it locked to KicksOnFire for the latest in sneaker news, release dates and where to purchase your favorite kicks.
Jordan Brand’s exclusive “Fearless Ones” collection, continues this weekend with the arrival of the Air Jordan 1 High Zoom, a revised rendition of the iconic silhouette. Defined by the incorporation of Nike’s signature Zoom Air cushioning technology, the sneaker’s blacked-out upper that is treated with a 3M reflective finish, that reveals an iridescent sheen when exposed to flash. Finally, the sneaker is topped off with a “Zoom” tag on the lateral side, “Zoom Air” branding on the tongues and insoles, numeral/letter marking across the heel and a full-length blacked-out Zoom rubber sole.
Very few sneakers that take on the tonal look are embraced as much as the white on white Air Force 1. Whether they’re Lows, Mids, or High, it’s considered one of , if not the most classic sneaker of all-time. Another pair that is embraced coming from the Jordan Brand camp is the Air Jordan 4 Black Cat. Originally released in 2006, the all-black sneaker is set to return in 2020.
This tonal iteration of the Air Jordan 4 gets covered in black from head to toe as the shoe features a nubuck construction all throughout. Light Graphite is then seen on the Jumpman Flight tag on the tongue along with a blacked out Jumpman logo on the heels. A blacked out midsole and outsole with a white Jumpman on the outsole finish off the look on this Air Jordan 4.
It appears that all-red everything kicks are still “in” as various brands continue to push out the striking look on some of their most popular silhouettes. One of the latest to do it is Vans with this “Volcano” Pack that we see above which consists of the fan-favorites Old Skool and Sk8-Hi models. Both sneakers come covered in a bold red hue all throughout the shoe with canvas, suede, and leather used as the materials of choice. A defining embroidered flame pattern in red has been placed on the side panels of both shoes to tie in with the “Volcano” theme. Vans fans can look for this “Volcano” Pack to release very soon with the Old Skool retailing for $80 and the Sk8-Hi for $90.