New Jordan is set to release a new Air Jordan 1 during Summer 2021 that comes in a similar “Shattered Backboard” color blocking.The OG “Shattered Backboard” AJ1 launched all the way back in 2015 and paid homage to the time that MJ himself famously shattered the backboard while performing the iconic slam dunk move.Dressed in a White, Electro Orange, and Black color scheme.Dressed in shades of orange, black and white, the pair look cleaner than ever and showcase signature Jordan 1 features such as the Nike Swoosh, Nike Air logo and wings logo across the collar.Underfoot, a white rubber sole unit is reinforced for durability and conceals a full-length Nike Air unit to ensure that you’ll want to wear these time and time again.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.
Made in collaboration with DJ Clark Kent, the Nike SB Dunk Low Premium “112” released back in November 2013.the Dunk Low Premium SB QS ‘112’ is highlighted by contrasting colors and finishes.Dressed in a Metallic Silver, Black, and Volt color scheme.The low-profile silhouette sports a matte grey leather upper, coated with a 3M reflective finish that shines in low-light conditions.This Nike SB Dunk Low features a matte Grey leather upper with 3M reflective finishes that shines in low-light conditions.The neutral black and grey palette, maintained through the use of elephant print on the heel and collar, is accented by bright pops of Volt on the laces and outsole. Black detailing, elephant print on the heel and collar, highlighted with Volt on the laces and outsole completes the design.
Newly Jordans debuted the Air Jordan 6 in 1991, which helped Michael Jordan bring home his first NBA title.The classic features a white leather base, black tongue and innner lining and blue accents on the lacelock, Jumpman branding, pull-tab and midsole.One of the original colorways was the Air Jordan 6 “Sport Blue”, which saw its first retro release back in 2014.The shoe made its long-awaited return as part of the ‘Sport Blue Pack’ that also featured the Air Jordan 3 and Air Jordan 14. The shoe features an all-White leather upper with Sport Blue contrasting accents atop an icy outsole.The sneaker features an all-white upper in smooth and perforated leather with the Air Jumpman logo on the shoe’s signature rubber tongue and lace overlay, as well as on the heel section.The Air Jordan 6 “Midnight Navy” made its debut in 2000, marking the first time that the model was available since its original launch in 1991. Having a similar color blocking to the OG “Sport Blue” colorway, but with a darker tone of Blue (Midnight Navy).