In 1990, the Air Jordan 5 debuted in three OG colorways: black/metallic silver, white/fire red, and white/grape ice. The entire trio remains relevant to this day, but the grape colorway stands alone as the only look to eschew a team-oriented color scheme. In the three decades since, we’ve seen deep purple reappear on the silhouette in various forms—but never like this. The vibrant hue covers the majority of the shoe’s suede upper, with complementary black accents on the tongue, laces, mudguard and sole. Contrasting hits of new emerald green complete the motif. *ONE PAIR PER ORDER/CUSTOMER. MULTIPLE ORDERS/PAIRS WILL BE SUBJECTED TO AN ORDER CANCELLATION*
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As the last shoe that MJ wore in a Chicago uniform, the Air Jordan 14 will forever hold a special place in the lore of His Airness. The silhouette has resurfaced on a handful of occasions in the two decades since its namesake vanquished Utah one final time—but this head-turning edition breaks new ground by pairing a red upper with clean hits of black and white on the heel, mudguard, toe box, tongue and insole. *ONE PAIR PER ORDER/CUSTOMER*
Celebrate history with something fresh. This re-imagined AJ11 Low honors two of the model’s most iconic styles worn by His Airness during the epic '96 season: The AJ11 'Concord' colorway seen on the upper that MJ wore during the regular season, and the 'Bred' colorway on the outsole, which he wore during that season’s playoff run. Although this mashup 'Gym Red' style offers a new look, the details of this Low 11 are all OG. The translucent rubber outsole, the carbon fiber shank plate running the length of the midsole, and the molded sock liner for ideal fit and feel are all part of the original performance package that helped MJ lead his team to 72 wins and their fourth championship. Unique to the AJ11 Low is a full leather upper, replacing textile materials seen on the AJ11 Mid. Maximizing the OG feel, these AJ11s represent the first time the low model will retro with the original packaging from the shoe’s '96 release. The black and grey Jordan box was first seen when the AJ11 'Concord' dropped and created a sneakermania that nobody saw coming. Except Tinker and MJ, of course.
By introducing elephant print to the world, Tinker Hatfield and his Air Jordan 3 forever altered the use of animal-inspired prints on sneakers. This cold-blooded take on the silhouette extends that concept to craft a reptile-heavy aesthetic taking after MJ’s fierce competitive instincts. Scaly textures cover the entirety of the shoe’s upper, recalling snakeskin and gator, along with remixed elephant print on the heel in gorge green. Splashes of varsity red and maize brighten the sole, tongue, eyestays and heel.
Call it a retro reprise with a twist. The Nike Air Max Greedy 2.0 takes the principles of the 2015 original — mashing up classic colorways — and shifts the base from black to white. The Greedy 2.0's mix of iconic and niche makeups draw from versions initially released in 1995, 1998, 2003 and beyond. As the shoe arrives at the silhouette's 25th birthday, this breadth reminds of the Air Max 95's original impact, as well as its unbreakable stylistic validity.