Cliff Paul Gets His Own Jordan CP3.XI

A handful of colorways of the Jordan CP3.XI have released already with the latest being the unofficial “Martin” pair. Now we get a look at another pair which is inspired by Chris Paul’s twin brother, Cliff Paul.

Appearing in State Farm commercials on television, Cliff Paul’s signature dapper wardrobe inspires the colors/patterns used on this Jordan CP3.XI. The shoe comes covered in Desert Sand (a nod to Cliff’s khaki pants) on the majority of the upper with a red & blue plaid pattern on the tongue (meant to represent Cliff Paul’s signature sweaters). Metallic Gold branding, a white midsole, and an icy blue translucent outsole wrap things up. Continue reading

The Air Jordan Future Hyper Royal Keeps It Fresh This Summer

The return of the Air Jordan Future is highlighted with brand new colorways, and the latest is this classic combination of Hyper Royal/Phantom. Sporting a traditional woven upper fully covered in the bright hue, the model is detailed with its aymmetrical lacing system and metallic silver accents for the lace tips. Finally, a white midsole and milky translucent outsole completes the design altogether. Continue reading

Release Date: Jordan Why Not Zer0.1 Low UCLA

The Jordan Why Not Zer0.1 Low UCLA is a new colorway of Russell Westbrook’s latest signature sneaker, and it pays homage to his alma mater, UCLA. Featuring a clean white upper, the sneaker is highlighted with the school’s colors through pops of blue hero and amarillo covering the brandings on the tongue, lining, eyelets, heel area and outsole. Finally, Russell’s “Why Not?” saying is embroidered behind the tongues to top it all off. Continue reading

Jordan Brand Unveils Air Jordan Florida Gators Collection

The Florida Gators uniforms were recently unveiled to the public during a Jordan Brand event. While doing so, Jordan Brand also decided to reveal an Air Jordan Florida Gators Collection. This collection includes the Air Jordan 1 all the way through the Air Jordan 30 done in the Florida Gators White, Orange, and Blue color scheme. We’re pretty sure that you spotted at least one pair that’s a must-cop, but as of right now it does not appear that Jordan Brand has any plans on release any of the pairs you see above. Continue reading

Introducing The Jordan Racer 88

Jordan Brand will soon be releasing another runner that will go by the name of the Jordan Racer 88. The first colorway to be leaked is the White Cement iteration shown above.

The Jordan Racer 88 White Cement comes with a White mesh upper paired up with the Grey elephant print overlays paired and Red contrasting accents. Below you will find a sole unit that is heavily influenced by the one we’re used to seeing on the Nike Flyknit Trainer. Other details include the Jumpman and “RUN” branding on the heels. The Jordan Racer 88 White Cement has no release date yet, but as soon as one is announced we will be sure to let you know. Continue reading

The Jordan Grind 2 Running Shoes Is Inspired By A Classic Jordan Retro

Does this new Jordan Brand running shoes remind you of any particular retro? If you know your kicks, it’s easy to see that the Jordan Grind 2 pictures above is inspired by the Air Jordan 5. Available now, lets’s see what this new running model is all about.

The Jordan Grind 2 comes with several design details borrowed/influenced by the Air Jordan 5. First off, the netting found on the side panels of the Air Jordan 5 is now utilized as a strap-like overlay on the midfoot of the shoe. The shark-teeth found on the Air Jordan 5 midsole is also used on the Jordan Grind 2, just placed a bit more on the rear end. The Jordan Grind 2 also comes equipped with a flattened-out version of the 5’s tongue. Below you will find a sole with Lunarlon cushioning that adds comfort to the aesthetic of the shoe.  As of right now, the Jordan Grind 2 is available in Fire Red, Black Metallic and Triple Black color schemes. Out now, pick these up directly from Nike.com  for $115. Continue reading