The Drop Jordan is another slept on classic Air Jordan retro that casual sneakerheads seem to take for granted. And now, the silhouette is getting a classic Chicago Bulls makeover in the ‘Bred’ colorway. The sneaker comes in a nubuck, black base complete with smooth black leather overlays that hit the heel and shoelace eyelets of the kicks, alongside a satin ankle collar lining, adding a nice contrasting element to the kicks. Multiple shades of grey hit the classic mudguard graphic of the kicks while a ‘Wolf Grey’ midsole add character to the kicks. The ‘Gym Red’ outsole officially give the kicks that Bulls feeling along with the white Jumpman logo that sits at the forefront of the outsole. The Air Jordan VIII ‘Bred’ is set to drop in September. Let us know your initial thoughts on these joints in the comment section below.
The Buty Jordan Sklep had all types of versions and styles shown at the PSNY x Jordan show for their collab. However, none were quite as crazy as the Women’s exclusive pair shown off on some of the models.Turning the Jordan XV into a knee-high boot, to call it different would be an understatement. The shoe does seem to utilize premium materials though, with a black tumbled leather build for the upper accented with red ad white detailings and a White sole unit.No word on if this shoe will hit retail, but Stick with Sneakerwatch for more news and info as it is announced.
When it comes to Supreme x Cheap Air Max Collabs, Supreme seems to have an affinity for picking oft forgotten or silos that haven’t seen alot of burn. The Nike Delta Force, Tennis Classic and the Nike Air Max 98 are all some silos that the box logo have utilized in their past. Now the Line is teaming up with Nike SB once again to drop a Supreme x Nike Air Force 2.