Last week we took a look at Toronto’s Jordan Brand store, which saw the successful launch of the heavily-hyped OVO Jordan Trunner LX. As a super exclusive design with only 280 pairs making its way across the globe, we’re treated to another look at the popular off-court trainer. Sporting a split two-tone upper, a closer look reveals the intricate mesh/weaving combo adorned in white with black taking up real estate at the rear. Gold highlights noticeably peek out from the Jordan branding found on the side, the OVO Owl logo hitting the midsole, and not forgetting to mention the heel pull tabs.
After making its debut last summer, Jordan Brand’s Swooshless take on the low-top Air Jordan 1 is making a return — this time with a scaly makeover. Swathed in faux snake scales, this new rendition of the Air Jordan 1 Low NS comes with a monochromatic off-white upper and couples the look with leather construction and contrasting hits to the lining, laces, and sole unit. Adding to the luxurious look are gold lace tips.
Expect these Swoosh-free Jordans to hit spots like atmos this Wednesday, June 7. And if you dig the low-top look, but not the scales, Jordan Brand has a clean OG look on the way.
After coming out with the “Motorsport” colorway for the Air Jordan 4 earlier this year, Jordan Brand is refreshing the look with a new version of the previous set. Pictures of the “Alternate Motorsport” shares many features with the previous colorway while getting some new ones for itself. The biggest change in the new shoe is the all-black body instead of the white used for the first “Motorsport.” The black leather overlays reinforce the mesh that is also used, with the color finding its way onto the laces and tongue. The royal blue accents along the bottom of the heel and the toe remain, along with the color making its way into the inner lining and the Jumpman logo on the tongue. Back in January, the colorway was originally set to come out under the name “Royal,” but looks to have since changed.
The Air Jordan 4 “Alternate Motorsport” is expected to hit Jordan Brand retailers and online marketplaces on June 17. Let us know which “Motorsport” colorway you like better.
A contrasting colorway to the White/Cement Jordan Spiz’ike is set to launch in order to level the playing field. The upcoming drop keeps the Spiz’ike’s original design intact by flipping the coloring on its upper from white to black. The iconic elephant print seen on the Air Jordan 3 makes its way around the toe and heel again while wings from the Air Jordan 4 provide a secure lock down to its lacing. The sneaker is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year.
The Jordan Spiz’ike Black/Cement is set to launch alongside the aforementioned white colorway on June 20 for a retail price of $160 USD.