Nearly a quarter-century has passed since Nick Anderson brought the ‘Orlando’ Air Jordan 10 to the court and affectionately hitting store shelves….the acclaimed (original) City Series has only produced one retro; that being the Chicago colorway in 2012 and in 2015, the latter following MJ’s
Jordan Brand is approaching its “money time” of the calendar year…as Q4 of the year is filled with an abundance each and every year but this year is a particular blend between past and present. Headlining the holiday lineup of 2018 is the Air Jordan
High school…for some it was an unforgettable four years…for others perhaps not so much. There are life events and experiences you’ll never forget; like senior prom, graduation…homecoming, spirit week, etc. But for a select few, high school was another stepping stone on the road to
Last time the ‘Shadow’ Air Jordan 10 Retro released, it was a decade ago and coupled with the Air Jordan 13 Retro in the Countdown Pack. At the time, that was the first retro appearance for the colorway, 13-years post its original release. Now a
Jordan Brand is dropping its spring 2018 delivery beginning this weekend officially launching retro season for most. Releasing previously vaulted Air Jordan 18 for the first time in retro form since Mike’s farewell season of 2002-03, the silhouette maintains its race car inspired look to a
Russell Westbrook’s historic 2016 campaign was capped Monday night with him at last capturing his first Most Valuable Player award. Yes, we remember the meme of Russ staring down KD’s MVP Award in 2014 but Brodie can now stare down his own every single day.
Marcus Jordan’s Trophy Room shop opened today in Disney Springs at 5:23 am EST and with the crown jewel being the ‘White’ Air Jordan XX3 which was limited to a minute 523 pairs. And with news coming today of the ‘Black’ Air Jordan XX3 that