Air Jordan XX9 Playoff Pack

New colorways for the playoffs are nothing new, particularly with Jordan Brand and specifically the Air Jordan line and this year is no exception. This year we are treated to the Air Jordan XX9 in two new colorways just in time for the postseason festivities. Whether the white or the black upper is your weapon of choice, both feature Cool Blue and Photo Blue highlights. Completing the looks are a translucent blue outsole for the white version and a clear outsole for the black colorway. These will release later today…

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Jordan Eclipse: Jordan Brand Style brought offcourt

Drawing inspiration from great Jordan models from the past, the Jordan Eclipse is the brand’s latest offering a  stylish offcourt option for everyday wear. The Eclipse features a textile upper for breathability. The upper is seated atop a double injected midsole/outsole combination. The midsole cushioning is augmented by a heel Zoom-Air unit.   *images via nikeinc.com   The Jordan Eclipse will be available at select retailers and Jordan.com April 1.  

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UNC Air Jordan XX9 PE’s for the Sweet 16

One of the perks of playing baskets at the University of North Carolina are the shoes you get to play in. It helps when Micheal Jordan is an alumni of your school. In the latest edition of a UNC PE that people will drool over are these Air Jordan XX9 PE’s that the Heels will break out in their Sweet 16 game against Wisconsin on Thursday. The shoe’s upper is largely university blue and rather than the large Jumpman that is on some retail colorways, the Rameses logo that UNC…

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2015 Nike Free Collection

The 11th year of the Nike Free franchise, brings three styles: The Nikke Free 3.0 Flyknit, the Nike Free 4.0 Flyknit and the Nike Free 5.0. This year’s line offers runners three options: The Nike 3.0 , which according to the brand, offers its most natural ride with a snug Flyknit upper and 4mm heel-to-toe offset. The Nike Free 4.0 Flyknit is for those who may want a bit more cushioned ride, as it has a 6mm heel-to-toe offset. The Nike Free 5.0 is the most cushioned of the three, bringing…

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From then to now: The Evolution of Nike’s Visible Air

  When visible air is thought of,the name that typically synonymous with it is one Mr. Tinker Hatfield. However, David Forland, a name that  you probably aren’t as familiar with,was instrumental in bringing this technology to life. Read more

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