Derek Jeter’s Air Jordan 11 PRM made seismic waves earlier in the year, when the New York Yankees retired the last remaining single digit uniform number in franchise history, his signature no. 2. Jordan Brand has endorsed Jeter and backed him for well over a decade
Jordan Brand’s annual tradition continues for the 10th consecutive year as the Air Jordan 11 Retro will be front-and-center for the holiday season. With an entire collection in tow, the two releases circulate around the Be Like Mike campaign which launched in 1991. As we saw last
Jordan Brand usually delivers yearly on an Air Jordan 11 Low Release for the summer and 2017 will be another year where Jordan Brand will not disappoint. Taking a rather beloved color scheme and adding it to the International Exclusive iteration of the model aka
Jordan Brand is reviving a colorway that debuted back in 2001, back then the ‘Columbia’ nickname was the go-to…but in 2017, the appropriate nickname has become ‘University Blue’. More of an homage to MJ’s North Carolina days. The Air Jordan 11 Low returns the same
There can not be a Jordan Brand summer without the Air Jordan 11 Low Retro making some sort of an appearance. This year we go back to the great year of 2001 as the ‘Columbia’ Air Jordan 11 Low made its debut upon the world.
All-Star Weekend is expected yearly to be an absolute bonanza. That’s a given. With releases across the brow. But Champs Sports is taking All-Star Weekend to do a little restock of their own scheduled. The last two Air Jordan 11 holiday releases will be available
This holiday season has not slowed down one iota as Jordan Brand has a third Air Jordan 11 release scheduled for the season. Dropping this weekend, the ladies’ exclusive Air Jordan 11 is the brainchild of MJ’s daughter, Jasmine. Her fingerprints have been on numerous