Nike s 3M craze continues, and why wouldn t it? That air jordan 3 reflective upper has seen a resurgence thanks to a number of Jordan silhouettes, whether it be that Air Jordan 5Lab3?or the upcoming Air Jordan 13. Now the Swoosh wants to steal some shine back from Jordan Brand with this Nike Internationalist Mid PRM. Nike is furiously outfitting any silhouette they can with an?extended?upper for the coming colder months, and the Internationalist is just one of the numerous winter-ready models we re looking forward to, especially with this murdered-out aesthetic that sparks up in light. We re still waiting on a US release date, but you can check out some more photos after the break courtesy of Crooked Tongues.
You know all about the Hoyas Nike Terminator, but how much do you know about this original Air Jordan 1-looking pair that was also made for that school? The exact history air jordan 4 on these is a little unclear, and they might not belong in the Air Jordan category proper due to a technicality regarding them predating that shoe (Also you ll notice a lack of actual Air Jordan 1 branding). The story goes that the Hoyas shoe here was made for Georgetown air jordan 5 retro to wear in lieu of the Dunk back in 85, but the design was instead used for MJ s first signature. Have another look at this rare piece of Air Jordan history below and let us know if you think Nike should bring these back.
There s no doubt that the LeBron 12 unveil was the most important of sneaker stories to show up this week. While King James and the Nike Basketball squad pulled the curtain on that latest silhouette, the Sneaker News team was of course present at Nike World Headquarters to bring you all the sights and info air jordan 6 black cat from the event. But that s not all there was going on this week. Universal Studios bootlegged their own Marty McFly sneakers, the Nike KD 7 got even deeper, and we showed you some pretty insane Air Jordan samples. You can read about all that and more with us after the click in this latest edition of Sneaker News Weekly Rewind down below.
Fresh off of the surprising?announcement?that Jordan Brand will be releasing the commemorative Air Jordan 1 Jeter this Saturday, September 20th, what other Yankee-themed basketball sneakers can you think of? How about this Nike LeBron 7 Yankees PE from his last season as a Cavalier in 2010. Amid speculation of where LeBron would be signing in his first go at being a free agent, many people looked over the Miami Heat and thought that a signing with the Knicks was imminent. This pair didn t help ease Cavs fanatics woes either, as the pre-champion King actually wore these against the Orlando Magic and not during one of his dominant performances at MSG.?Check out more photos after the click and pick up this rare find today via instyleshoes on eBay.
When it comes to Laser-etching on Nikes and Air air jordan 6 retro Jordans, gotta give credit to Mark Smith. The man pioneered the movement and when the process of laser-etching graphics onto upper materials burst onto the scene, sneakerheads were treated with a series of sneaker releases that featured this incredible detail. This pair of Air Jordan 10 Retros was made by the Innovation Creative Director, which features an etched graphic utilizing his signature HEDCHEQ typefont all around the shoe. Get more exclusive looks at this rare Jordan PE below and let us know if you d like for the lasering effect to appear on more Jordans.?Thanks to BikeManX for the photos!