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Sunday, October 2, 2011

Air Jordan Spiz'ike Review

Quick Air Jordan Spiz'ike promo. This shoe is combined with 5 different Original Air Jordan's. The 3,4,5,6, and 9.

Air Jordan 4 Re-Release

The Air Jordan 4 is scheduled to re-release in February 2012 in the Cement/Black/White colorway.

Air Jordan 1 Review Video

Thursday, September 29, 2011

Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Air Jordan 11

The Air Jordan XI model was designed by Tinker Hatfield. While Jordan was still pursuing a career in baseball, Hatfield designed the shoe in hopes that Michael would eventually wear it if he returned to the NBA.
The Jordan XI was meant to stand out with a fusion of performance and style. Taken from the world of high-end mountaineering backpacks, the condura nylonupper gave the Air Jordan XI model lightweight durability. Further innovation came with the use of a carbon fiber plate on the sole of the shoe, that can be seen underneath the clear outsole, which gave the shoe exceptional torsional rigidity. The most visually distinct aspect of the shoe was its shiny patent leather mid and toebox. A material long used in the fashion industry, patent leather was extremely lightweight, when compared to genuine leather, and also tended not to stretch - a very useful property to help keep the foot within the bounds of the shoebed during quick direction changes on the court.

Monday, September 26, 2011

Air Jordan 10

The Air Jordan X (10) was released in 1994/95. Michaels new found baseball career was interrupted when a player strike broke out. Rumors broke out that he would return to the basketball court and on March 19th 1995 Jordan was back on the floor.It seemed as if Nike wasn’t expecting to see Jordan back in the game so soon. They started to re-release older model’s of the AJ series (Air Jordan 1 (I)Air Jordan 2 (II)Air Jordan 3 (III)) and the Air Jordan 10 (X)‘s soles featured an honor or an award from each year Michael had spent in the NBA.

Sunday, June 5, 2011

Air Jordan 9

The Air Jordan 9, being the first Jordan release after his retirement was never worn by Michael Jordan for a full season. These shoes were made by the inspiration of the baseball cleats Michael Jordan wore when he left the NBA to play baseball. The sole of the shoe has words and symbols from different countries. The Air Jordan 9 was the shoe placed on the statue of Michael Jordan outside of the United Center in Chicago where MJ left his mark on the game forever.

Saturday, May 28, 2011

Air Jordan 8

The Air Jordan 8 was noticeably heavier than most Air Jordan's. The Air Jordan 8 was often considered as "The Punisher" for its ankle support and excellent traction. This shoe contains a full length Air Sole. It is designed with comfort zones to make your feet more comfortable.

Friday, May 27, 2011

Air Jordan 7

The Air Jordan 7 was released in 1991. Tinker Hatfield created the Air Jordan 7 with many of  the features of the Air Jordan 6. This was the first Air Jordan in the line to not use Nike Air technology in the outer part of the soles, instead the Air technology is on the inside of the soles. These shoes were worn by Michael Jordan during the 1992 Olympics when he was on a team known as the "Dream Team."

Thursday, May 26, 2011

Air Jordan 6 Oreo's

The Air Jordan 6 Oreo's were released in late 1990, designed by Tinker Hatfield. Jordan won his first NBA championship wearing these shoes. The heel of the shoe took inspiration from Michael Jordan's slant-nosed Porsche. In 2000, an Olympic color was released  with a combination of white, royal blue, and a hint of red so the colors would represent U.S.A. This shoe had the number 9 on them because of Michael Jordan's Olympic number. Nike released a second Olympic color of all-white with a patent leather upper, black tongue and all of the Olympic Rings colors on the mid-sole. The Olympic color-way will be re-released in 2011 by Jordan Inc. 

Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Air Jordan 5

The Air Jordan 5 was released in February of 1990. Some elements are the same from the Air Jordan 4 but the Air Jordan 5's most distinctive feature is its reflective tongue, following the clear rubber soles. It is confirmed by Jordan Brand that after the release of the "Wolf Grey Retro 5's " in 2011 there will be no more releases of the Air Jordan 5.  

Air Jordan 4

The Air Jordan 4 was released in 1989. Designed by Tinker Hatfield.
It became the first Jordan shoe that was released worldwide. In 2006, Nike released  the Air Jordan 4 in many different variations including Mars Blackmon, Military Blues, and the $500 ''Thunder and Lightning" package. When Michael Jordan made "The Shot" these shoes were on his feet.

Air Jordan 3

The Air Jordan 3 was designed by Tinker Hatfield. It was the first Air Jordan to have the visible air unit on the heel.
This shoe also featured the new Jumpman Logo, an elephant print trim, and tumble leather for a luxury look. The Air Jordan 3 is also famous for its humorous ads starring Spike Lee as Mars Blackmon. These were the first Jordan to have the Nike Air logo on the back but was later replaced by the Air Jordan logo with the word AIR underneath the Jumpman symbol.

Monday, May 23, 2011

Air Jordan 2

The Air Jordan 2 was designed by Bruce Kilgore , and like the Air Jordan 1's, show great innovation in design.
The Air Jordan 2 was the last Jordan shoe to carry the Jordan Wings insignia. The 2's were not attracted by many customers around that world as they appeared on clearance racks at Footlocker and other shoe stores in the world. 

Sunday, May 22, 2011

Air Jordan 1

The Air Jordan 1 made its first arrival in 1985, launching what we know today as Air Jordan Brand
The Air Jordan 1 started a lot of controversy in the NBA because of non-regulation colors. The Air Jordan 1 was designed by Peter Moore.Jordan was wearing the Air Jordan I when he scored a league playoff-high 63 points against the Boston Celtics in the 1986 NBA Playoffs. These shoes are now sold in a variety of different colors.