SEE IG FOR COUPON CODE! This style marks the return of a storied retro colorway that originally dropped only in Japan on January 1st, 2001, with that run limited to 2,001 pairs. While a limited-edition version with special packaging is now fittingly releasing in Japan only, a wider release sans the suitcase is scheduled to drop across the globe, featuring the same shades of neutral grey and metallic silver. Other additions include CO.JP branding on the insole, as well as a tag inside the tongue nodding to the style’s early-aughts origins. *ONE PAIR PER ORDER/CUSTOMER. MULTIPLE ORDERS/PAIRS WILL BE SUBJECTED TO AN ORDER CANCELLATION*
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A singular silhouette and bold color blocking make the Air Jordan 12 stand out amongst MJ’s signature models. But the design is about more than aesthetics—its premium materials and tall mudguard make it one of Tinker Hatfield’s most durable creations. More than two decades after its debut, the timeless look is back sporting bold hues and a nubuck finish. A tonal, black leather upper contrasts with glowing accents of university gold on the mudguard, outsole and heel to create this crisp makeup. *ONE PAIR PER ORDER/CUSTOMER. MULTIPLE ORDERS/PAIRS WILL BE SUBJECTED TO AN ORDER CANCELLATION*
The Air Jordan 11's impactful legacy includes pioneering advances in both performance and style. Some of the silhouette's variations are more renowned than others—but it’s past time for the Low I.E. to get its turn in the spotlight. The underrated design was the first low-top version of AJ11 to debut in the marketplace, and adapts signature details to create a versatile look with breathability and comfort at the forefront. This edition features an OG color palette made famous by Air Jordan 3, with a black base complemented by accents of cement grey and hits of white and fire red. *ONE PAIR PER ORDER/CUSTOMER. MULTIPLE ORDERS/PAIRS WILL BE SUBJECTED TO AN ORDER CANCELLATION*
Celebrate Nike innovation and sports heritage in the Nike Air Zoom-Type. It brings a deconstructed, DIY aesthetic to the streets with its zigzag stitching, and colors inspired by Japan's street culture. The stacked foam at the heel and contrast-colored Zoom Air cushioning at the forefoot use the same technology used by the world's elite athletes for an unparalleled ride.
Remember the future? The Spiridon Cage 2 is uncut millennium style at its finest, appearing just as it did on the day it launched in 2003. The shoe’s name comes from the enlarged, “caged” air bag on the heel, which not only flexes that early 2000’s vibe, but gives the kind of comfy ride you’ve come to expect from Zoom Air.
Inspired by the original that debuted in 1985, the Air Jordan 1 Low offers a clean, classic look that's familiar yet always fresh. It's made for casual mode, with an iconic design that goes with everything and never goes out of style.