Air Jordan 6 Low 'Chrome'
Due Date: 8/29/15
Per Kicks on Fire: As Jordan Brand continues to celebrate their 30th anniversary, more classic sneakers are starting to get ready to hit retailers once again. The Air Jordan 6 Low “Chrome” originally released 13 years ago, and is finally making a return this Summer.
This popular rendition of the Air Jordan 6 Low has been sought out for a very long time. The upper consists of a sleek Black nubuck upper with Chrome accenting on the tongue, midsole, heel, and lace locks. An icy blue sole keeps things looking fresh while completing the sneaker’s look. The Air Jordan 6 Low “Chrome” is slated to release August 22nd for $170. Let us know what you think of the sneaker below!Source: MS
Nike Air Max 95 Platinum (20th Anniversary)
Due Date: 9/3/15
Per Kicks on Fire: The iconic Nike Air Max 95 is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year, and for this momentous occasion, Nike utilizes the un-oxidizable metallic element, platinum, to create a special edition Air Max 95 for both men and women.
With this offering particularly highlighting the men’s Nike Air Max 95 “Platinum” variation, the model essentially takes cues from platinum jewelry. Donning a predominantly platinum grey upper, the component incorporates contrasting hand-drawn and laser-etched filigree print that consists of “PT” (element) and “950” (purity) engravings throughout its entirety.
Offset by a crisp White Air Max-cushioned midsole unit, the outsole is additionally detailed with an Emerald-colored mid-foot shank. This special anniversary Nike Air Max 95 “Platinum” edition is set to arrive at Nike retailers worldwide on August 13th, while North America is scheduled receive it on September 3.
Air Jordan 1 High 'UNC'
Due Date: 10/31/15
Looking to pay homage to Jordan’s North Carolina playing days, the Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG will take part in the Jordan Holiday 2015 Retro lineup.
Coming in Jordan’s college team colorway, the Air Jordan 1 High OG “UNC” is set to release on October 31st. The shoe comes in a white leather upper that comes with powder blue accent throughout the upper. The Nike Air branding on the tongue seen on the shoe makes this an OG retro. Completing the look of the shoe are tonal laces and an all white midsole. Adding to the “UNC” theme, and completing the look of the shoe, is an powder blue outsole seen on the bottom of the shoe. Is this a must cop Air Jordan 1 High OG come Halloween? Or will you be spending your day taking some candy from your younger siblings?! Let us know in the comments below.