The Jordan Why Not Zer0.3 SE “Primary Colors” is another new colorway of Russell Westbrook’s signature sneaker, and it’s debuting in September. Boasting white as its main canvas theme, the “Primary Colors” aesthetic is directed at the mesh uppers which bear bold tones including red, yellow, blue, orange, and green. Each color represents a team that Westbrook has played for, while the blueprint-like detail on the uppers draws from the red lining made by footwear designers during the pattern trial process.
Just unveiled last month as the brand’s newest runner, the Jordan Trunner Ultimate is seen in the Light Orewood Brown colorway via official images.
The new Jordan Trunner Ultimate is highlighted by a diamond-shape cage that helps provide side-to-side stability, while responsive cushioning comes from a visible, full-length Air Zoom unit, along with an extra forefoot unit. Flight Fin technology, introduced with the Trunner NXT, creates a smooth heel-to-toe transition. A formfitting, one-piece mesh upper completes the shoe. This versatile colorway comes covered in Light Orewood Brown on the upper with black accents on the midsole, inner liner, and outsole. Rage Green gets placed on the Jumpman branding that hits the heels as well as on the insoles to wrap things up. You can expect this Jordan Trunner Ultimate to arrive at select retailers soon for $150.
Jordan Brand recently announced 32 students across the country (in NYC, Philly, LA, Chicago, Charlotte and Portland) as the latest recipients of their Wings scholarship for the college class of 2024.
Jordan Brand President, Craig Williams, released a letter on behalf of the Brand announcing the news, along with Jordan Brand’s commitment to continue Uniting the world together through fashion and sport. The brand also released an announcement video, featuring a voice over from Jordan Brand Family Member, Carmelo Anthony, welcoming the newest class of Wings scholars.
The Jordan Aerospace 720 is given a bit of a makeover that results in a newly constructed upper made out of a knit material.
Shown above, this Jordan Aerospace 720 comes with the aforementioned knitted upper done in shades of White and Grey. The knitted build comes with different type of patterns throughout the upper.Branding comes by way of the “0023” and “JRDN” spelled out by way of negative space.
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Above you will get a first look at a new Jordan Brand model known as the Jordan Centre Court.
The Jordan Centre Court was first spotted on the feet of Michael Jordan during ESPN’s The Last Dance documentary. The model comes in low-top fashion constructed out of leather build with debossed branding on the tongues and overlays on the heel that mimic the outline of the wings logo.
Following the conclusion on the series, the unreleased shoe was once more spotted online, this time by Clot‘s Edison Chen as he shared an image of the Centre Court on Instagram in which he said it was gift from Jordan Brand. Is Jordan Brand planning on releasing the Jordan Centre Court to the public? If so, we’ll be sure to let you know. Stay tuned.