The hybrid silhouette from Don C and Jordan Brand starts off with a Black nubuck construction throughout the majority of the upper with green camo detailing hitting the heel, toe cap, midfoot, and the Swoosh checks on the side panels. Black and grey elephant print on the midfoot, tonal branding on the tongue, ankle, heel, and midfoot strap along with a blacked out sole unit cap things off. Grab this Jordan Legacy 312 at select Jordan Brand retailers now for $150.
The Jordan Proto-Max 720 was introduced last fall, and the silhouette is scheduled to make its debut later this year. Featured in a classic red and black colorway, the new silhouette sports the newest tooling from the Swoosh with the Air Max 720, and it’s paired with a flexible textile upper colored in red. Finally, adjustable heel straps, Flight Utility graphic details on the tongue and heel tabs complete the styling.
Look for this colorway of the new Jordan Proto-Max 720 at select Jordan Brand stores and online soon. Always keep it locked to KicksOnFire for the latest in sneaker news, release dates and where to purchase your favorite kicks.
Don C’s signature hybrid sneaker with the Air Jordan Legacy 312 is now available in Desert Camo. Mixing design details from the Air Jordan 1, Air Jordan 3, and the Alpha Force Low into one, the shoe sports a sail base with suede and leather materials. The highlight is desert camo print applied all over the upper with hits of Infrared. Finishing touches include contrasting black mid-foot buckle straps, elephant print accents on the mudguard, and a sail/black rubber sole.
Retailing for $150, look for the Jordan Legacy 312 Desert Camo at select Jordan Brand stores and online today. Always keep it locked to KicksOnFire for the latest in sneaker news, release dates and where to purchase your favorite kicks.
Taking notes from a popular colorway of the Air Jordan 1, Don C’s Jordan Legacy 312 has just dropped in one of its best colorways yet. Starting off with a shimmery Black patent leather all throughout the upper, this mash-up sneaker designed by the Chicago native is then hit with Metallic Gold hits on the Nike Air branding on the tongue as well as the Swoosh logos on the side panels. Black and grey elephant print on the midfoot and white detailing on the midsole and the Jumpman “AIR” branding on the heel wrap things up. You can scoop up this Jordan Legacy 312 in black patent leather at select Jordan Brand retailers now for $150.
Happy Valentine’s Day everyone! We’re you in the loving spirit today? We know Russell Westbrook was as he brought out the special PE of the Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 celebrating Valentine’s Day.
Dubbed the Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 Bear Jordan, this special iteration of the model was made by Jordan Brand for Brodie to wear tonight during as his Thunder took on the New Orleans Pelicans. The Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 Bear Jordan is inspired by the timeless teddy bear and chocolate combo gift we’ve all know of since the beginning of time, ha. Since the bear is usually Brown and the chocolate box is Red, this shoe’s upper is done rocking the same motif. Adding to the theme is the decision to make the Brown portions of the shoe constructed out of a fur-like material to make it look even more like a Bear. Aside from the furry upper, the shoe also comes with leather overlays and mesh around the heel. Red accents (glossy leather) appear on the side panels on the portion of the shoe that’s connect to the lacing system. The shoe even comes with Chocolate candy insoles and a V-Day heart-shaped hang-tag that reads, “Own The Chaos” on the front and To: Westbrook logo and From: Jumpman on the inside. Lastly, a heart-shaped custom box completes the design.
After having made its debut late last year, Jordan Brand gives us more colorways of the Jordan 89 Racer, and just like past colorways of this model, these are also inspired by colorways we’ve seen on Air Jordan 4.
The Jordan 89 Racer is a lifestyle silhouette inspired by the Air Jordan 4. The shoe is styled in a sleek design consisting of a mesh upper. The style mimics elements of that AJ and comes with features such as the honey comb eyelets, the triangular lacing component on the collar and along the midsole, a heel tab that appears to be the “lite” version of the one we’re used to seeing on the Jordan 4 as well as a Flight tongue tag that’s similar to the one on the retro model. These new colorways come in your choice of Toro or Oreo themes. The Oreo pair even comes with speckling on the slightly-modified Flyknit Racer midsole to complete the look of the shoe. Priced at $100, find these at select retailers and Nike.com.