The Jordan WMNS Air Latitude 720 is Jordan Brand’s newest lifestyle offering for women’s this season, and it makes its debut in a clean “White Aqua” colorway. According to the Swoosh, the silhouette borrows its design cues from the Air Jordan 8, particularly the metallic silver criss-cross mid-foot straps, as it’s also elevated with style, sport and utility. The sneaker’s textile upper delivers lightweight comfort alongside stretch mesh to ensure a sufficient fit, while a foam midsole sits is adhered atop an Air Max 720 Air unit to top it all off. Additionally, yellow lace loops and tones of aqua, teal and purple throughout commemorate the 2007 release of the Air Jordan WMNS 8 “White Aqua,” which made its return today.
Releasing next week, here are the official images of the Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 SE Red Orbit.
The Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 SE is said to be a lighter and lower-cut rendition of the original Jordan Why Not Zer0.2. Westbrook’s sneaker comes with a deconstructed TPU upper that reveals foam material that provides light weight comfort, alongside reduced weight on its translucent mid-foot saddle. Other details include notable text, tags and branding throughout, exposed stitching and a milky translucent outsole to complete the design. This pair comes dressed in a Red Orbit, Black, and White color scheme.
The Jordan Legacy 312 Low is now introduced in a “Royal” colorway, which takes cues from one of the OG iterations of the iconic Air Jordan 1. The Don C-designed silhouette sports a black and blue leather construction with elephant print detailing across the heel, while grey is applied on the inner lining. Finishing touches consist of an adjustable mid-foot strap, Nike Air-branded tongue labels, followed by an AJ 3-inspired tooling in white/black to round out the hybrid design.
Retailing for $130, look for the Jordan Legacy 312 Low Pale Blue at select Jordan Brand stores and online very soon. Always keep it locked to KicksOnFire for the latest in sneaker news, release dates and where to purchase your favorite kicks.
Calling all Lakers fans out there, this is the Jordan Legacy 312 Low colorway you’ve all been waiting for. Dressed in Lakers vibes from top to bottom, this iteration of the model starts off with a White leather upper complimented by the elephant print and Black overlays. Lakers vibes come by way of the Gold branding on the Black midfoot strap and the Purple wrapping the lower half of the heel. Adding some more color to the shoe are the Red branded tongues, Red insole with Gold branding and even more Gold on a portion of the outsole.
While we all know that Jordan Brand’s bread and butter is their retros, they continue to push the modern boundaries by creating new silhouettes, especially when it comes to performance models. The latest comes above with the Tinker Hatfield-designed Jordan Jumpman Diamond. Designed by Tinker Hatfield and the Jordan footwear design team, its construction provides finely tuned support and forefoot responsiveness. Highlights include an external diamond cage system (also featured on the all-new Jordan Trunner NXT and LT), and Nike Zoom Air in forefoot.
The Jordan Mars 270 “Fire Red” is another variation of the hybrid silhouette designed by Spike Lee’s son, Jackson Lewis Lee. The model is simply a lifestyle model that blends elements of the Air Jordan 1, Air Jordan 4, Air Jordan 5, Air Jordan 6 and the Nike Air Max 270 into one. This particular iteration paying homage to the iconic AJ 4 “Fire Red” as it boasts a white leather upper with mesh netting on the sides and a silver Swoosh underneath. Contrasting black and fire red accents throughout, followed by AJ 6-inspired heel tabs, stitch “Mars” tag on the collar, followed by an Air Max 270 heel unit and translucent outsole rounds out the style.