Will You Cop the Cheap Air Jordan 1 Low OG Shattered Backboard ?
The Air Jordan 1 Low will be releasing in the popular “Shattered Backboard” colors during Summer 2021.With more Air Jordan 1s on the way, the orange, white, and black combination is appearing on the Air Jordan 1 Low OG.Air Jordan 1 Low OG Shattered Backboard Dressed in a an Orange, White, and Black color scheme.Details aren’t fully confirmed at this point, but the word is that these will arrive in August of 2021.No leaked photos have surfaced, but this Air Jordan 1 Low is expected to feature a White leather base with Orange and Black overlays, Nike Air branding atop a White midsole and Orange rubber outsole.Despite being nearly a year out from its rumored release date, this upcoming AJ1 Low is perfect for lovers of the Air Jordan 1 and those who still hold onto the hype that the “Shattered Backboard” fostered.
Following the success of the Undefeated x Nike Kobe 4 Protro collection in 2019, Undefeated and Nike are now set to release three colorways of the Nike Kobe 5 Protro as part of an upcoming “What If” Pack.the Undefeated x Nike Zoom Kobe 5 Protro ‘What If Pack’ brings together two colorways inspired by Kobe Bryant’s selection in the 1996 NBA Draft.The three color options will include: “Multi-Color/Metallic Gold-Multi-Color,” “Metallic Gold/Multi-Color-Field Purple” and “White/Metallic Gold-Rapid Teal.”The first pair features various hues taken from the 12 teams that passed on the Mamba, while the second is dressed in the colors of the Charlotte Hornets, the franchise that took the 17-year-old high schooler with the 13th pick. Each pair will feature Undefeated branding on the tongues, insoles, and heels.
During ESPN’s The Last Dance documentary that highlighted Michael Jordan’s final championship run with the Chicago Bulls during the 1997-98 season, MJ was spotted in an unreleased Mens Jordan 2020 Centre Court silhouette.The annual tradition of bringing hype and nostalgia with retros and new colorways have headlined the brand for years now.Following the conclusion on the series, Clot‘s Edison Chen shared an image of the Centre Court on Instagram, which was gift from Jordan Brand.With only a matter of weeks away, we get a look at an all-new silhouette which is rumored to make its retail debut this holiday season.The low-top shoe comes constructed in a leather build with debossed branding on the tongues and overlays on the heel that resembles the wings logo.Crafted from premium white tumbled leather, the lack of the Nike Swoosh or any sort of branding makes this particular colourway pretty special, but if you take a step back you'll find that the intricate overlay at the heel is actually taken from Jordan Brand's iconic winged basketball motif that has been used on their shoes since the early '80s.