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Buy The Sneaker, Along with an Air Jordan 1 Mid WMNS and Air Jordan 1 Low, Jordan Brand will also be adding an Air Jordan 1 Zoom CMFT to the highly anticipated lineup dedicated to every athlete's first coach. As a nod to those coaches, Jordan Brand will be releasing a special edition Air Jordan 1 "To My First Coach" Collection in 2021. Each pair comes dressed in a "Sail/White-Zitron-Summit White" color scheme with White Swooshes, laces, and midsole atop a Sail rubber outsole. A "To My First Coach" and "Thank You" hangtag completes the design. In addition to donning a mix of colors, the latest high-top proposition differentiates itself via its thematic hang-tags, Zoom Air cushioning, exposed foam lining and cut-out profile swooshes, improving the comfort on Peter Moore's 36-year-old design.
2020 Jordans, Much like the first release, this V2 edition of the Nike Air Max 95 will come in a similar color scheme inspired by the Great Barrier Reef as well as the packaging designed to be recycled. Coral Studios and Nike teamed up in 2018 on a limited Air Max 95 collaboration to bring awareness towards the Great Barrier Reef Foundation, an organization dedicated to the study and preservation of the natural aquatic wonder. For 2021, the two will be releasing a second version of the shoe. This upcoming release comes constructed in a mix of leather and suede dressed in Blue with Pink and Orange accents completed with a Teal inner lining and Black rubber sole.
Jordan Release 2020, Although the image used is a photoshop, this is an accurate mock-up of what’s releasing. The pair will feature Photo Blue suede across the upper while Grey appears on the eyelets. Given its far-off launch date, images of the shoe have not yet surfaced but the mock-up renderings shared by the accounts show a bright blue hue working its way throughout the upper that's paired with metallic silver tongues, a white midsole, and a translucent outsole. A tiny orange mini-Swoosh appears at the heel and tongue tag, while gray neoprene collars offer ample cushioning. All of these details are paired with a crisp white midsole and set of laces, finished off by a thin translucent Air sole unit.

Buythesneaker.com is set to release a New Air Jordan 1 during Summer 2021 that comes in a similar "Shattered Backboard" color blocking. Boasting a white, black and orange color scheme that's reminiscent of — though not directly associated with — the popular Air Jordan 1 "Shattered Backboard" line, the "Electro Orange" looks to serve as one of the Jumpman's standout midsummer styles. Further branding arrives via a black ball-and-wings logo on the collar flaps and a Nike tag on the black nylon tongue. White midsoles round off the look.
Shop Air Jordan Basketball Shoes, Since 2015, the Shattered Backboard saga continues to develop with the latest addition being the shiny Air Jordan 1 "SBB 3.0" that launched in October of 2019. As we strategy the 5 yr anniversary of the OG SBB, the most recent installment attracts on a well-recognized colorway scheme. Dressed in a White, Electro Orange, and Black color scheme. This Air Jordan 1 features a White leather base with Black overlays at the at the forefoot, eyelets, and Swoosh. Signature "Electro Orange" appears on the high-gloss collar for a top-and-bottom contrast with the orange outsole. A Orange accents are applied on the collars, tongues, insole, and rubber outsole to complete the design.
Jordan Release 2020, This offering of Skepta's Nike Air Max Tailwind V features a Bright Blue graphic upper with Black TPU exoskeleton wrapping the forefoot and midfoot along with a rubber toe cap. An iridescent Purple-to-Blue gradient material is used on the tongue and collar while having a Chrome midfoot Swoosh and heel clip into the Black EVA foam midsole. "SK AIR" Tailwind branding atop a Black rubber outsole completes the design. Air Jordan 1 colorways are plentiful every single year. Sneakerheads can't seem to get enough of the shoe and it's easy to see why when you consider how the silhouette can be matched with virtually any outfit you may think of. As you can see, the shoe has a mostly white base to it, all while the overlays are black and the upper heel area is orange. This subtle pop of color is going to be turning a lot of heads and if you need more orange in your life, then these are an obvious cop.

Buy The Sneaker, As the modern generation of sneaker fanatics continue to gravitate to Nike models of the past, it's imperative to keep the origin stories of time honored classics alive. This offering of the Nike Air More Uptempo nods to its "Maximum Volume" Air Sole unit that comes covered in removable wrapping tissue paper covered in vintage "Air Max" ads. Underneath, the shoe features patent leather "AIR" lettering with Aqua trim and contrasting accents throughout. To completes the look, the pair have A Black rubber sole with a bold Red Swooshes and printed insoles.
New Jordans, This Air More Uptempo comes covered in removable wrapping tissue paper covered in vintage "Air Max" ads. The exterior paper draws connection to a familiar two-page ad spread that featured Scottie Pippen, with copy geared towards the Atlanta Olympics in 1996. Beneath the covering is a black suede iteration with a glossy light blue border around the AIR lettering and bright red logo accents at the toe and heel. Nike has taken a rather unique effort to this type of nostalgic storytelling by literally wrapping its footwear in paper exteriors that depict classic illustrations and ads that were launched alongside the shoe's first run. Once removed, the shoe comes covered in Black while patent leather adorns the "AIR" branding with Aqua on the trimming. Lastly, Black appears on the midsole while a Red Swoosh hits the insole to finish the look.
Jordan Release 2020, The latest info now suggests that the Off-White x Nike Dunk Low Collection will now include a total of 50 different colorways of the Nike Dunk Low. Yes, 5-0. Each of the Nike Dunk Low releases will come highlighted in Sail and Neutral Grey but will have one to two accenting colors that will land on the Swoosh, hiking laces, insoles, and tab on the Swoosh, amongst other locations. Each Nike Dunk Low will come dressed in a Sail/Neutral Grey color scheme, while the difference between each pair will be the color of the hiking laces, insoles, tab on the Swoosh, and number plate reading "XX of 50." It's also worth mentioning that the "50 of 50" pair will come in a Black color blocking which will completely differ from the rest of the pack.

Shop Air Jordan Basketball Shoes, Buythesneaker.com will release a reflexology-inspired Air Jordan 35 Low. Reflexology, also known as Zone Therapy, is an alternative medical practice involving the application of pressure to specific points on the feet and hands. Seemingly drawing from reflexology's colorful foot charts, diagrams that purport to show what areas of the foot affect different parts of the body, these low-cut Air Jordan 35s are awash in vibrant colors. Differing from the other performance silhouettes, this specific pair reflects the colors of the zone therapy chart. Zone therapy is a medicine practice that focuses on hand and foot pressure points, and its corresponding chart displays various colors indicating various structures of the specific body part. As such, bright colors are seen across the low-cut silhouette that is ready for on-court play.
This low-top Air Jordan 35 comes highlighted in a Multi-Color color combination which is a tribute to the zone therapy color chart. First, we have Bright Red mesh across the base while suede in Aqua and Blue lands on the overlays on the lateral side while Orange and Pink appear on the medial side. This infrared carries over to the toebox and continues on the shoe's medial quarter, where it's met by sport blue Flightwire, pastel orange eyestays and a chalky pink heel piece. Don't count out Jordan Brand though, as the brand has strived to create their own breakthroughs in ensuring maximum foot comfort and protection.
New Jordans, We've seen 30-year-old inspiration hit Air Jordans 31-thru-35, each taking in select elements from their respective anniversary sneaker. This year's Air Jordan 35 tackled the iconic Air Jordan 5, incorporating elements like the tongue and midfoot mesh into its ultra-futuristic design. Eclipse plates at the midfoot nod the inspiring pair's forefoot teeth, while black branding found at the AJ5's tongue has now migrated underfoot. Completing the design is the inclusion of a perforated leather panel in the rear, a tacked-on Nike Air heel tag, and thick-cut tongue pulls. Finally, a yellow Eclipse plate followed by Kanji symbols on the heels and multicolored graphic insoles that replicate the foot chart tops off the design.

Shop Air Jordan Basketball Shoes, Buythesneaker.com will release a reflexology-inspired Air Jordan 35 Low. Reflexology, also known as Zone Therapy, is an alternative medical practice involving the application of pressure to specific points on the feet and hands. Seemingly drawing from reflexology's colorful foot charts, diagrams that purport to show what areas of the foot affect different parts of the body, these low-cut Air Jordan 35s are awash in vibrant colors. Differing from the other performance silhouettes, this specific pair reflects the colors of the zone therapy chart. Zone therapy is a medicine practice that focuses on hand and foot pressure points, and its corresponding chart displays various colors indicating various structures of the specific body part. As such, bright colors are seen across the low-cut silhouette that is ready for on-court play.
This low-top Air Jordan 35 comes highlighted in a Multi-Color color combination which is a tribute to the zone therapy color chart. First, we have Bright Red mesh across the base while suede in Aqua and Blue lands on the overlays on the lateral side while Orange and Pink appear on the medial side. This infrared carries over to the toebox and continues on the shoe's medial quarter, where it's met by sport blue Flightwire, pastel orange eyestays and a chalky pink heel piece. Don't count out Jordan Brand though, as the brand has strived to create their own breakthroughs in ensuring maximum foot comfort and protection.
New Jordans, We've seen 30-year-old inspiration hit Air Jordans 31-thru-35, each taking in select elements from their respective anniversary sneaker. This year's Air Jordan 35 tackled the iconic Air Jordan 5, incorporating elements like the tongue and midfoot mesh into its ultra-futuristic design. Eclipse plates at the midfoot nod the inspiring pair's forefoot teeth, while black branding found at the AJ5's tongue has now migrated underfoot. Completing the design is the inclusion of a perforated leather panel in the rear, a tacked-on Nike Air heel tag, and thick-cut tongue pulls. Finally, a yellow Eclipse plate followed by Kanji symbols on the heels and multicolored graphic insoles that replicate the foot chart tops off the design.

The Air Jordan 1 returned to glory with the introduction of the Air Jordan 1 Retro "Shattered Backboard" that dropped in the summer of 2015. The colorway is an homage to his Airness breaking down the glass with an emphatic dunk as a part of a Nike Europe tour in 1985. The shoe will features an all-White leather base with Black leather overlays at the forefoot, eyelets, and Swoosh. Finally, Electro Orange on the ankle and Orange lands on the tongue branding and rubber outsole to finish the look. The Air Jordan 4 arrives in a lifestyle focused look featuring neutral tan and black tones for a colorway that you can wear with just about anything.
New Jordans, Inspired by Michael Jordan shattering a backboard by dunking during a 1985 exhibition game in Italy, the "Shattered Backboard" Jordan 1 debuted in June 2015. Two alternate variations would follow, along with a satin version of the original in women's sizing. Dressed in a White, Electro Orange, and Black color scheme. This Air Jordan 1 features a White leather base with Black overlays at the at the forefoot, eyelets, and Swoosh. A Orange accents are applied on the collars, tongues, insole, and rubber outsole to complete the design.
Jordan Release 2020, Jordan wore an orange, black, and white uniform that was perfectly captured by the silhouette as Jordan Brand added to the legacy of the man himself. This "What The P-Rod" edition of the Nike SB Dunk Low pays homage to his history with the brand. The shoe features a mismatched color scheme covered with various of details pulled from his past Nike SB collaborations, including designs from his P-Rod line. Rather than the original Orange, Red, and Caroline Blue, these Nike SB Dunk Low styles will come dressed in Hyper Blue, Mean Green, Black, and Barkroot Brown. Each pair will feature Gold stars on the side panels with croc skin overlays. Supreme branding will be found on the lacelocks and insoles.