From Chicago, For Chicago Four simple words that hold such weight…as Michael Jeffrey Jordan grew from a Brooklyn-born kid to Tar Heel nation standout, hero and graduate to savior of Chicago basketball and GOAT. The ‘Homage’ color scheme takes the Bred and Chicago colorways and
The best things often come in threes…we’ll leave that line to everyone’s individual interpretation. And the same can be said for the Virgil Abloh x Air Jordan 1 OG High Retro as the third color scheme of the deconstructed signature is set to drop in June.
Michael Jordan’s arsenal was as vast and clever as it was effective. When you begin to look at all of Jordan’s accomplishments; the list is long…from All-Star appearances to All-NBA team nods, and of course…the six championships. Jordan Brand is releasing a four-colorway collection nicknamed
Jordan Brand last year revealed the split, ‘Homage’ H2H Air Jordan 1 OG High Retro. Only a sample at the time, the silhouette featured a split color scheme that married the classic and original Bred and Chicago colorways together on one model. However despite a
Jordan Brand’s women’s movement is only continuing to pick up steam, and with absolutely no signs of slowing down; the Air Jordan 1 OG High Retro takes center stage. Two iterations of the silhouette has been limited to just women’s sizes…the traditional and the Air
2013 – that was the last time the ‘Shadow’ Air Jordan 1 OG High Retro released. Coming in the midst of Jordan Brand’s emphasis to remaster the patriarch of the Air Jordan signature line with its original build and composition, the colorway went as quick
Virgil Abloh’s Air Jordan 1 OG High Retro re-imagining took the sneaker world by storm in 2017 and for a repeat…there is an elegantly white and mute beige colorway on the horizon. Dropping exclusively in European markets, the OFF WHITE 1s are sure to have