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concord air jordan 11 low 2014 4 Concord Air Jordan 11 Low Retro

Concords are back in 2014, only they’ll arrive in the new low-top form. These date back to 1996 when MJ wore a PE version for the Championship Parade, but the are one of several Low releases that will hit during the April, May, and June months. This one in particular is due up for May, so check out the new photos below and stay tuned to Sneaker News for the latest.



March 8th, 2014 by


air jordan 3 solefly 1 Solefly x Air Jordan 3

Earlier this week Sneaker News gave you the heads up on a collaboration between Jordan Brand and Miami-based SoleFly. Today, we get a better look at the shoes, which features a red/yellow detailing along with the reflective mudguard seen in prior photos. However, these will not be a wide release, but rather a 25-pair run released lottery-style. We’ll have more updates for you as they develop, so check out the full shot of this below and stay tuned for the latest.



March 8th, 2014 by


jordan future detailed A Detailed Look at the Jordan Future

Jordan Brand has been making non-basketball sneakers for some time now, but few of them have made waves quite like the . The model has a good buzz building by now, but the real test will come when the sneakers arrive on shelves on the 15th. When they do, these two (The “Infrared” and “Glow in the Dark”) will be the first of the colorways. Continue on after the break for a detailed look at the both of them and then let us know in the comments if you’re feeling this futuristic design.



March 7th, 2014 by


releasing this weekend 3 8 Sneakers Releasing This Weekend   March 8th, 2014

The second weekend in March isn’t quite as busy as the first in terms of sneaker releases, but it still has plenty of big pairs hitting. Resting at the top of the heap for many is the , which will be the second of brand new colorways for that silhouette to show up in 2014. Elsewhere the will be back with a “Hornets” look, the is going blue, and Nigel Sylvester is standing on his pegs with some special SB Dunks. Continue reading for a peek at each and then let us know down in the comments which is your favorite from the bunch.



March 7th, 2014 by


air jordan 10 stealth 23 embroidered Air Jordan 10 Stealth   Unreleased Sample on eBay

Can you spot the differences between this sample version of the and the final pair that made it to retail? First of all these have got the “23″ embroidery, a detail that’s popped up every once and a while for this silhouette, up towards the ankle in a light grey. On top of that there’s a bit more grey injected via the lacing straps. The result is a sneaker that ends up much more committed to the grey parts of the “Stealth” equation than the released version. Get a look at the below and keep in mind that you could own them for yourself thanks to .



March 7th, 2014 by


air jordan 1 low venom green Air Jordan 1 Low Venom Green

The has already done the “Venom Green” thing once in 2014 on the Air Jordan 1 ’94 silhouette that references the upcoming Jordan 10 “Venom Green”. As it turns out though, there is another pair at retail right now that wears that very specific shade. It’s the , and it’s got a lot more wolf grey than the aforementioned ’94 joint. If you want more images on them then we’ve got those below, and if you want to buy them then the folks at have got you.



March 7th, 2014 by


air jordan 9 mesa Air Jordan 9 Mesa Orange Sample on eBay

Just how many will we be treated to this year? That remains uncertain, but we know for sure that the shoe is coming back on account of the that’s set to hit next month. For what it’s worth, Jordan Brand certainly has enough unreleased Air Jordan IX colorways in the vault to sustain them for a while. One of them is this one, produced for Holiday 2012, that features mesa orange as its pop color. Get a look at the shoes below and then check out the chance to own them from .




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