With the Air Jordan 1 Element Gore-Tex Particle Grey set to release this weekend, we now have new release information to report for the Air Jordan 1 Element Gore-Tex in the “Sail” colorway. Now featured for the first time on a Jordan Brand style, GORE-TEX’s waterproof material is taking over the Air Jordan 1 for maximum modern performance against the elements. Keeping its OG stance and shape, GORE-TEX covers the sneaker’s underlays and toebox while premium waterproof nubuck leather on the overlays provides protection. For full winter weather coverage, a GORE-TEX inner bootie, gusseted tongue, and plush lining inside the collar keep your feet locked-in, dry, and warm as you trek through winter’s worst. A reflective Swoosh, GORE-TEX branding, and an Air Jordan Wings logo clipped to the heel complete this historic and innovative technical update for the Air Jordan 1. Be on the lookout for this Air Jordan 1 Element Gore-Tex Sail to release online and at select retailers on December 16th for a retail price of $200.
After originally scheduled to release on December 7th, the Nike Dunk High WMNS Moon Fossil has been pushed back a few weeks and will now be releasing after Christmas. This women’s colorway of the Nike Dunk High gets hit with a full smooth leather construction all throughout the upper as Black serves as the base hue and the highlight Moon Fossil palette gets placed on the overlays, Swooshes, laces, inner liner, tongue and insole branding, and the rubber outsoles. A white rubber midsole has been added to provide some balance and finishes off the look on this women’s Nike Dunk High that will now be releasing on December 28th for $110.
Air Jordan 1 High
BEAMS and Crocs will be linking up for the fourth time for another collaboration. This time around the BEAMS x Crocs takes its inspiration from both outdoor and military styles.
The footwear you see above is named “The Nike 1971”. This is the first ever football (soccer) boot to rock the Swoosh when it dropped way back in 1971 for the retail price of $16.95. Being that it was the first ever Nike soccer boot, it did not hold up that well, especially during cold and wet weather conditions. I guess you can call it, humble beginnings.