2008 Olympic Air Jordan VI Retro!!
After 8 years,
Jordan Brand is finally releasing a new Olympic colorway of the
Air Jordan VI Retro. This time, it's a very interesting colorway,
try white/varsity red-green bean-new blue. Don't be surprised to
see these on the feet of Carmelo Anthony and Chris Paul during
this year's Olympic games. No info whether these will be massed
produced, but they are scheduled for release on June 7, and will
retail for $150. Info from Sneakerfiles.
Dub-Zeros All Over Again... Jordan 6 Rings
surprised to see another sneaker like this. This time, Jordan
brand has combined all of the sneakers worn by MJ during the bulls
6-championship run (VI, VII, VIII, XI, XII, XIII, XIV), hence the
name '6 Rings'. Not much info on these yet, but stay tuned. Info
originally posted on Niketalk by marcgrat.
the link to the original thread.
Air Zoom Flight Premium (Air Zoom Flight '95 Retro)
I've been waiting about 12
years for the re-release of these shoes. For a while, I thought
that it would never happen, but now my dream has finally come
true. It's something about the bubbles and the use of carbon fiber
everywhere that makes these so attractive. It's a simple, yet very
original design. I could be wrong, but
from the looks of things, Nike kept these true to the
Remaining Air Jordan Countdown Package List and
Here is a list of the
remaining Air Jordan Countdown packages planned for
release in over the next year, along with their scheduled
released dates. It looks like all of the packages
will cost $310. Check it out, you may see some familiar
colorways. Thanks to the lovely Niketalk
members for posting
Air Jordan II-XXI
Release date: 4/2/2008
Air Jordan VI-XVII Pack
XVII: Black/Metallic Silver
Release date: 5/24/2008
Air Jordan VII-XVI Pack
Release date: 6/21/2008
Air Jordan IV-XIX Pack
IV: Black/Cement Grey-Red
Release date: 7/2008
Air Jordan V-XVIII Pack
V: White/Black-Fire Red
Release date: 8/2008
Air Jordan I-XXII Pack
I: White/Black (HI cut)
Release date: 9/2008
Air Jordan III-XX Pack
III: Black/Cement Grey-Red
XX: Black/Black (Suede)
Release date: 10/2008
Air Jordan VIII-XV Pack
VIII: White/Red (OG)
XV: Black/Red (Tentative)
Release date: 11/2008
Air Jordan XI-XII Pack
Release date: 12/2008
Other Collections Section Update
I added five more
collection pages. Check it
out. More to come.
Air Jordan V Fusion White/orange peel chill blue
Now here's an
interesting colorway. I guess Jordan brand made this for
the spring. I have to admit, it's a pretty gay colorway,
but for some reason, I like it. There's no official
release date for these yet, but I'm sure they'll get a lot
of "colorful" responses. Pics from Air Randy.
Jordan XI Retro Space Jam Edition Size 9.5 NEW
Jordan XIII Retro Black/red Size 10 NEW
Air Jordan IV Retro Black/red/cement Size 9.5 NEW
Jordan XIII Retro Black/red Size 9 NEW
Jordan V Retro White/grape Size 9.5 NEW
Air Jordan I White/red-black Size 13 NEW
Air Jordan VI Carmine Samples!
With all of the retros of the
other hot colorways in the past couple of years, I'm not surprised
to see these pop up. Expect to see the Carmines appear as part of
Air Jordan VI/XVI Countdown pack. Pictures originally from Kenlu.net.
The Unnumbered Titanium XX3s
Among the U.S. sneakerheads that were lucky enough
to acquire a pair Titanium XX3s, a few were very surprised to find
that the numbering on their sneaker was missing. What? Yep, that's
right, there are pairs without numbers. Are they fakes? Nope. As
many of you know, these were limited to 529 pairs in the U.S., and
529 pairs throughout the rest of the world. The numbered pairs
were supposed to go to the U.S. while the rest of the world would
receive the unnumbered pairs, but it looks like someone screwed
up. Quite a few stores (if not all) received shipments with both
numbered and unnumbered pairs. This'll definitely make the
numbered Jordans more valuable, but anyone who managed to grab a
pair, numbered or not, should consider themselves lucky.
Picture originally posted on
Niketalk by member RHCP729
Air 23 Version 3.0 is finally Up!!
After about nine months of
planning, designing, reading, clicking, cursing, and postponing,
I'm happy to finally upload Air 23 version 3.0. You'll notice that
the design is quite different from the previous one. Instead of
using an image map like the one in the previous design, I've
decided to go with a navigation bar, placed on the left-hand side
of every page. This will allow easy navigation on every
Even though the site is up, a
few sections are still under construction. The Shoe Reviews,
Artwork, and Other Collections sections are yet to be redone, as I
am still working on the layout for those. Most of the other main
areas have been redone, with quite a lot of content. As for the
Release Dates, I'm still very behind, but that will be taken care
of within the next day or so.
As you browse through the Shoe
galleries, you'll notice that for each sneaker, I've taken the
time to list the various product numbers, production dates, etc.
along with the pictures. With number of fakes (especially Air
Jordans) going around, I felt that it was important to provide a
source for sneakerheads to verify the legitimacy of their future
purchases. Using my personal collection and the Internet as a
resource, I've tried to find as much info as I possibly could.
Please note that the information listed is incomplete and I will
and more production numbers/dates/etc. as I find them. If any of
you guys have some that you do not see listed, feel free to email
me with pics/info.
While I can't promise an
update everyday, updates will definitely be more frequent
(definitely not a month apart!), as I have a somewhat easier
schedule, and I'm definitely more motivated to work on the site.
Also, be sure to visit the STORE, as I
have a much bigger selection of items to choose from now.
One more thing, there is a
HUUUUGE amount of content on the site, and while I checked for as
many errors as I could, I know there'll be some that I missed. If
you find any problems with the site, don't hesitate to contact
me via email. I'll check the site again tomorrow to see if I
can find any. In the meantime, enjoy everything that does work!!