Jordan Brand added a new colorway to a classic silhouette with the Air Jordan 13 Retro Black Island Green, now available on my WhatsApp. This sneaker was released with a similar Island Green Air Jordan 5, proving this new colorway to be more than a one time thing.
This AJ 13 is composed of a black wrinkled croc-like leather upper with Island Green detailing. A signature hologram, metallic Jumpman tongue logo, and black outsole completes the design. These sneakers released in November of 2019 and retailed for $190.
COLORWAY BLACK/METALLIC SILVER-ISLAND GREEN
RETAIL PRICE $190
RELEASE DATE 11/09/2019
Travis Scott and Nike add a new design to their growing Air Force arsenal with the Air Force 1 Low Travis Scott Cactus Jack, now available on my WhatsApp. After a year of sneaker world dominance, Nike is adding a twist to their latest collaborative AF1 with Cactus Jack. This new design features a never before seen detachable lace cover that encloses with a heavy brass zipper.
This Travis Scott AF1 features a patchwork upper comprised of camouflage, corduroy, duck canvas, flannel, leather, suede and wool. Unmistakable Cactus Jack insignias are placed throughout the silhouette. A sail midsole and gum rubber outsole completes the design. These sneakers released in November of 2019 and retailed for $160.
As part of the Fearless Pack, Jordan Brand tapped LA-based artist Blue the Great to design the Air Jordan 1 Mid SE Fearless Blue the Great, now available on my WhatsApp. Blue mainly uses paint as a medium of expressing himself, but when Jordan came with the opportunity to design a Jordan 1 Mid he did not disappoint. This sneaker is a testament to his love for primary colors.
This Air Jordan 1 Mid SE is composed of a multicolor suede and corduroy upper with a chenille Swoosh. A sail midsole, black outsole, and artist signature on the heel completes the design. These sneakers released in November of 2019 and retailed for $130.
Kendrick Lamar and Nike expanded their collaborative efforts once again with the Nike React Element 55 Kendrick Lamar, now available on my WhatsApp. In 2018, Kendrick announced his partnership with Nike via Instagram by previewing his first signature Cortez. Two years and several sneakers later, it’s full steam ahead for this dominant partnership.
This Nike React Element 55 pays homage to Kendrick’s rap alter-ego Kung Fu Kenny with a split marble graphic on the upper inspired by yin and yang. A speckled React cushioned sole completes the design. These sneakers released in November of 2019 and retailed for $150.
RETAIL PRICE $150
RELEASE DATE 11/05/2019
Nordstrom’s VP of Creative Projects, Olivia Kim, teamed up with Nike to celebrate ’90s New York street style by releasing the Air Jordan 4 Retro Olivia Kim No Cover, now available on my WhatsApp. In the 1990’s, many of the avant-garde sneaker designs were made only for men and Kim could never find the ones she wanted in her size. This sneaker is part of a capsule collection titled “No Cover”, implying that all five of the silhouettes are available to everyone.
This Air Jordan 4 draws inspiration from the original Black Cat Air Jordan 4, but takes it to the extreme. The upper is composed of Blacked-out pony hair with glossy hardware. This is also the first time the Nike Air logo has been displayed on the heel tab of a women’s release Air Jordan 4. A blacked out mid and outsole completes the design. These sneakers released in November of 2019 and retailed for $190.
RETAIL PRICE $190
RELEASE DATE 11/08/2019
Nike and Fear of God come together once again for a new iteration of a widely popular design in the Nike Air Fear of God 1 Oatmeal , now available on my WhatsApp. Following the great success of the original FOG 1 release, many were wondering if Jerry Lorenzo’s collaborative efforts with Nike was going to be an ongoing thing. Now, after a line up of Fear of God Nike moccasins and new colorways and variations of the FOG 1, the relationship between the two companies has proven to run deep. This Oatmeal colorway is the newest installment in the growing line of FOG 1s.
This FOG 1 is composed of an oatmeal breathable mesh upper, signature TPU heel and cage inspired by the Air Huarache Light, as well as its double-height Zoom Air heel unit that resembles the Air Max 180. A back zipper and cord laces complete the design. These sneakers released in November of 2019 and retailed for $350.
RETAIL PRICE $350
RELEASE DATE 11/02/2019
Building off the success of their previous collaborations, Travis Scott adds yet another new design to his collaborative relationship with Jumpman via the Air Jordan 1 Low Travis Scott, now available on my WhatsApp. Travis teased the release of this shoe while on his Astroworld tour, leaving fans of both his music and the Jordan Brand alike with one question: When are these shoes dropping? On the Friday night of July 19, 2019, Travis answered the masses by making them available on his website, with a release on the SNKRS app following the next day.
This AJ 1 Low features a black upper with dark brown overlays and red accents on the branding. Much like the Air Jordan 1 High Travis Scott, La Flame added his signature backwards Swoosh logo on the lateral side. “Cactus Jack” insignias on the heel and inner upper atopa sail midsole and dark brown outsole completes the design. These sneakers released in July of 2019 and retailed for $130.