This is the Air Jordan Low IE in the ‘Cobalt’ colorway which is set to release in August of 2015. Expect these to be ‘remastered’ with better quality leather and more comfortable on the foot.
The Air Jordan 11 Retro IE Low ‘White-Cobalt’ is set to return this August 2015 as a Remastered release. The last time the Jordan 11 IE Low Cobalt released was back in May 2003.
One of the two initial releases of the patent leather-less low-top Air Jordan 11, the white based colorway has always been overshadowed by its black-based counterpart-probably due to the fact that MJ actually wore the latter on court, and also just because a black and red Air Jordan will always be more popular.
We do have some exclusive on-feet photos of the Air Jordan 4 Laser.
Simply a design that celebrates Jordan Brand’s 30th anniversary, this upcoming variation of the Air Jordan 4 inherits a serene White base with contrasting laser-etched markings enveloping its entirety that reflects the Air Jordan legacy. Complemented with Chrome accents, gracing its midsole, tongue and eyelets, additional White hits are applied on the rear, laces, signature netting along its vamp and lace cage component to round out its overall palette.
Study up on this on-foot look at the lasered-out Jordans here, which should help you decide if you need to grab a pair of Jordan 4 Laser now.
An even more detailed look at the forthcoming Air Jordan 11 72-10 is provided, which essentially mimics the iconic Air Jordan 11 Space Jam’s colorway, minus the Red accents.
Referencing a season for the ages in which Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls won 72 of a possible 82 regular season games demands materials worthy of the historic feat, so with the Air Jordan 11 72-10 we see the usual cordura upper replaced with a premium tumbled leather. The black base exudes a revisionist’s history of the classic ‘Bred’ aesthetic, as a milky translucent white outsole matches the midsole. A revamped Jumpman logo ditches the stitching for a bolstered metal in metallic red and detailing like a 72-10 on the lace tips is just the tip of the iceberg in regards to hidden gems all over the silhouette (faint hints at the top record in NBA history are everywhere, including the inner lining).
With 18 different shoes blended together for one highly anticipated release. Curated with a vast array of colors, graphics and other aesthetics in play about its low-cut upper, this upcoming release effortlessly spans the large majority of previous KD 7 releases in one foul swoop.
Staying true to the concept, the shoe mixes various colors, prints and style cues from KD colorways of the past. The photos also reveal that the Hyperposite body glow in the dark.
Get Up Close With the Nike KD 7 What The On Feet Images below.
Nike KD 7 ‘What The’
Style #: 801778-944
Release Date: June 20, 2015
Now we have more images of the upcoming Air Jordan 9 that will be hitting shelves very soon. The Air Jordan 9 will get its fair share of spotlight later this year, with confirmed release of the Air Jordan 9 ‘Anthracite’ an original ‘Oregon’ sample and the Jordan 9 Copper Statue that is inspired by MJ’s statue located outside the United Center in Chicago.
The Air Jordan 9 Copper Statue is coming decked in a White, Black and rarely seen Militia Green color combo. White leather is used for the body of the shoe while Black leather and mesh can be found on the tongue, and the Militia Green is used for the midsole and inner lining. Black speckling is also featured on the midsole to help it stand out even more.
The Jordan LAB series resumes this summer with the 11LAB4 in bright red. As its name implies, this Air Jordan 4 takes its cues from Air Jordan 11, and we all know what that really can only be – patent leather.
You all should already know what it looks like, but just in case you don’t, the shoe is made up of a Gym Red patent leather upper, that sits on top of a red midsole. Red hits, Jumpman branding, accents and lining takes care of the rest of the Air Jordan 11LAB4 Red.
Finally, Some On-Foot Photos Of The Air Jordan 11LAB4 Red below.