This Pigalle x Jordan Proto Max 720 Ashpool Is Extremely Limited

Pigalle founder Stéphane Ashpool just revealed a Friends & Family exclusive Pigalle x Jordan Proto Max 720 “Ashpool” via social media, and as suggested, it’s an extremely limited edition pair. Noted to be limited to 10 pairs only, the silhouette boasts a tonal premium composition of suede to replace its usual mesh construction. The sneaker’s crisp neutral and white accents provide a stylish aesthetic, while subtle pops of volt throughout round out the design.

Unfortunately, this Pigalle x Jordan Proto Max 720 “Ashpool” edition won’t be available to the public. Always keep it locked to KicksOnFire for the latest in sneaker news, release dates and where to purchase your favorite kicks. Continue reading

Official Images: Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 SE Orange Pulse

With Russell Westbrook joining the Houston Rockets this Summer, we can expect Jordan Brand to cook up some fire colorways of his Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 as he will be joining a bigger market that will attract his brand more attention in comparison to Oklahoma City.

Colored in an official theme of White, Orange Pulse, Black, and Particle Grey, the highlight of this Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 SE consists of Westbrook’s signature quote, “Why Not?” implemented across the model’s entirety in an all-over print. The mkdsole and rubber outsole have been done in white to keep all of the focus on the upper. Continue reading

Travis Scott x Jordan Brand Apparel Collection Also Releasing This Weekend

Jordan Brand finally announced (today) that the Travis Scott x Air Jordan 6 will be releasing this weekend on Friday, October 11th. The olive-colored Jordan 6 comes covered in a suede upper along with black accents and Nike Air/Cactus Jack branding on the heels in an Infrared hue for a nice pop. But not only will there be sneakers releasing, JB and La Flame will also be dropping a matching apparel collection.

Seen above, the items included in the apparel include a couple of hoodies of MJ dunking from the free throw line, a black graphic tee featuring both MJ and Travis Scott, olive shorts with Cactus Jack graphics, and cargo pants in two different colorways done in the same style/theme as the Jordan 6s. The Travis Scott x Jordan apparel collection will be releasing on online on Nike as well as as other select retailers this weekend. What’s your favorite piece from the collection? Continue reading

This Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 SE Comes With A “Why Not?” All-Over Print

Take a look at this new colorway of Russell Westbrook’s Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 SE model. Dressed in a White/Orange Pulse-Black-Particle Grey color scheme, what makes this pair stand out is the fact that it comes covered in Brodie’s signature quote, “Why Not?” in an all-over print throughout the upper. Other details on the shoe include the Orange hits on the sole and eyestay region and a White midsole.

For those looking to cop, this Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 SE drops on October 15th at select retailers and Nike.com for the retail price of $125. Continue reading

Zion Williamson Is Already Making An Impact As A Jordan Brand Athlete





Zion Williamson is wasting no time in making his presence felt as a Jordan Brand athlete and he and Jordan Brand recently launched UNITE, a global campaign that celebrates a generation coming together to create impact that goes beyond the game.

Throughout the UNITE campaign, Jordan Brand will launch a series of films. The first film (see above) celebrates people coming together through the game of basketball both on and off the court and sends a simple message: Impossible Alone. Possible Together. Continue reading

The Jordan Proto React Gets Zippers On The Upper

The lifestyle Jordan Proto React has not been around for very long, but Jordan Brand has already given the silhouette a major transformation. The shoe has been given a completely new look on the upper opting to get rid of the laces and replacing them with a new nylon shroud that includes zippers along with velcro straps on the heel. The three color options include a Triple Red, Black/White-Silver, and Triple Black. The Jumpman logo and “JUMPMAN” branding on the tongue and zipper, respectively, along with React sole units serve as the icing on the cake. What are your thoughts on the Jordan Proto React Zip? Look for a release to take place later this year. Continue reading