First released in 2001, the “Cool Grey” Air Jordan 11 is without a doubt one of the best non-original Air Jordan colorways ever. Finally
returning in 2010, pairs disappeared immediately and they’re now one of the most sought-after versions of the 11 out there.
The Air Jordan 3 “Cardinal” is a February 2022 release of the vintage basketball shoe in a colorway inspired by an original Air Jordan 7
colorway. The “Cardinal” Jordan 3 references the colors and materials of the Jordan 7’s original “Cardinal” colorway from 1992.
The Supreme x Nike Air Force 1 Low SP ‘Wheat’ is made exclusively for the influential New York skate brand. This collaboration adds Supreme’s world-renowned Box Logo to the side of a traditional all-white Air Force 1 design.
The 2021 edition of the Air Jordan 4 Retro ‘Lightning’ resurrects a highly coveted colorway that originally launched in 2006 alongside an accompanying ‘Thunder’ colorway, both of which were inspired by Michael Jordan’s Motorsports team. A bright yellow hue floods the nubuck upper, contrasted by black netting and dark grey structural wings. Matching grey accents land on the woven tongue tag, interior tongue and Jumpman branding at the heel. A white PU midsole, enhanced with visible Air sole cushioning, rides on a dark grey herringbone rubber outsole.
The “University Blue” extends to all of the aforementioned forms in a way near identical to the original. Suedes of a premium kind are found throughout the upper, accenting in complement to the laces, netting, and lining. Cement-hued, black-speckled overlays, then, dress atop, adding a small touch of contrast to in tandem with the black that polishes the midsole as well as the eyelets.
The Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG ‘Hyper Royal’ takes on a weathered aesthetic, highlighted by a white leather upper with faded blue suede overlays. Contrasting neutral grey hits land on the Swoosh and padded collar, adding to the sneaker’s understated palette. OG branding elements include a Jordan Wings logo on the lateral collar flap and a woven Nike tongue tag. The high-top is mounted on a standard AJ1 rubber cupsole, featuring encapsulated Nike Air cushioning in the heel.