After seeing samples of the Best Jordans Shoes
'Wheat' a couple months ago and it looks like it won't be the only 'Wheat' colorway that drops this year.Later this year we will see an Air Jordan 1 'Wheat' this fall. This shoe will feature a tan nubuck upper with white accents on the mid-sole, Nike Air branding, and Air Jordan "Wings" branding. The shoes come with 'Wheat' laces to perfectly compliment this shoe, but the also special "boot-like" round laces in tan as well.This shoe is set to release in November of 2017 for $160. This brand new colorway of the Air Jordan 1 will be a tone-setter for what this holiday season will be like for sneaker releases. Drop a comment and tell us what you think about this new colorway!
Yesterday, we revealed both of the Latest Jordans Shoes
Flyknit OG colorways in the 'Banned' color scheme and the classic 'Royal' colorway. And today, we're here to focus solely on the 'Royal' Flyknit Air Jordan I. The sneaker that dropped in its usual leather base was one of this year's largest releases and now this fall we'll see the sneaker with a Nike technological update. The kicks feature the usual 'Royal heel, toebox, and Nike Swoosh but are decked out in Nike's patented Flyknit material while the Wings logo and Nike Swoosh located at the ankle collar and side panels of the sneaker are decked out in leather and sit atop a white midsole and 'Royal' blue outsole. The kicks are supposedly dropping sometime this September for a retail price tag of $200. What are your initial thoughts on the Air Jordan I Flyknit 'Royal'? Let us know in the comment section below.
Last month, Cheap Jordan Shoes
released a "Sunblush" Colorway of the Jordan V exclusively for women. Now it appears as though the colorway will also make its way to lowtop VIs.Appearing differently than the Jordan V did, this pair will feature a black synthetic leather and synthetic nubuck upper with silver jumpman detailing on the tongue. Chrome details highlight the midsole and the lace locks, and the shoe is finished with Sunblush details.