Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG Who Said Man Was Not Meant To Fly

Release Date: November 29, 2019
Retail Price: $160
Style Code: 555088-062

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Jordan Brand will be releasing yet another Black, Red and White colorway of the Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG. That being the case, this pair still manages to stand out from the pack by utilizing some design details we rarely see on the Jordan 1. Dubbed the Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG Who Said Man Was Not Meant To Fly, let’s get a closer look.

This colorway of the Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG is said to be inspired by the “Who Said Man Was Not Meant To Fly” commercial from 1985. Continue reading

Official Images: Air Jordan 10 Desert Camo

Camo vibes land on the Air Jordan 10.  With the release date being right around the corner, here are official images of the Air Jordan 10 Desert Camo.

Draped in an official theme of Desert Camo, Black, and Light Chocolate, the sneaker takes on a military aesthetic with the defining camouflage print across its textile upper. Completing the look are black leather utilized along the eyelets and tongue, while more black graces the midsole and rubber outsole. Is this the best new colorway of the Air Jordan 10 that we’ve seen in quite some time? Continue reading

The Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG Who Said Man Was Not Meant To Fly Is Expected To Release On Black Friday

First previewed back in June, today we bring you a closer look at the Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG “Who Said Man Was Not Meant To Fly.” While that probably won’t end up being the official name, since the phrase IS written on the insoles many people will recognize it as that.

This new colorway of the Air Jordan 1 takes on the extremely popular black/white/red color makeup as the shoe features a soft white leather on the side panels and toe with contrasting Black hitting the ankle/heel, overlays, Swoosh, and inner liner. Gym Red provides a nice pop as it has been used on the trim on the entire shoe as well as on the laces, outsole, and the Nike Air branding on the tongues. Blacked out Wings branding on the ankles and “Who Said Man Was Not Meant To Fly” printed on the insoles complete the look. Continue reading

Coming Soon: Nike Cortez White Black Snakeskin

The Nike Cortez gets a luxe makeover courtesy of a brand new snakeskin printed upper. Shown above, this new iteration of the model comes dressed in a full White/Black snakeskin print found all over the upper. Adding to the details of the shoe are the Black detailing on the laces, nylon tongues, lining, and Swoosh logo. Adding some more color to the shoe is the Burgundy on the leather eyestay and the stripe on the White midsole. Yellow hits on the tongue, insole, and heel complete the look.

No release date has been announced, but the Nike Cortez White Black Snakeskin is expected to drop in the coming weeks at select retailers and Nike.com. Continue reading

Coming Soon: Air Jordan Spizike Cool Grey

The Jordan Spizike is returning in more colorways this year and one of those has the model comes in a classic Cool Grey color scheme. The hybrid silhouette simply features a Grey-based upper with a lighter shade of Grey overlays along the mudguard. Other details include the traditional elephant print on the toe and heel, a Black rubber tongue and hits of Orange on the lace lock and insoles. A White midsole atop a Black outsole completes the design.

Looking to pick up? Keep an eye out for these at select retailers and Nike.com as they’re expected to release in the coming weeks for the retail price of $175. Continue reading

Official Images: Nike React Element 55 Penn State

Penn State is the latest school to get their very own pair of the Nike React Element 55s. Said to be a part of the Nike React Element 55 “NCAA” Collection, this special iteration of the Nike React Element 55 comes dressed in the school team’s colors consisting of a Navy upper contrasted by the Grey accents found on areas such as the Swoosh branding, eyestay, heel clip, etc. Details on the shoe include the “PSU” logo on the medial sides and insoles, the Penn State text on the tongues and the White React sole unit. Continue reading