Paul George‘s love for gaming and Sony’s revered PlayStation console has been well documented to this point. Between the light-up version of the Nike PG 2 and the now-numerous PG 2.5 creations that bear the popular gaming system’s branding in numerous different fashions, PlayStation PG sneakers are becoming one of the most replicated collaborations in basketball footwear. With another clean co-created effort on the way, one thing that has remained consistent throughout these many iterations has been “Paul George” written on the heels of the left and right sneaker respectively in the instantly recognizable PlayStation text, with the all-star wing’s signature logo working opposite of Sony’s PS logo on the tongues and insoles. This particular variety equips a striking royal blue color scheme with galactic embellishments that include a paint-splattered midsole and starry custom insoles. Much like the previous grey pair, an all-over pattern inspired by the system’s controller buttons takes shape, with it coming by way of an embossed tonal hit on its midfoot strap this time around.
No official word regarding this pair’s release has been reported just yet, but rumors are pointing to a tentative December 26th drop. Enjoy a first look at this bold blue variety below and keep it locked for any news and updates as we have them.
PlayStation x Nike PG 2.5 Release Date: December 26th, 2018 $110
First seen on the feet of NBA wingman Jimmy Butler during his time with the Minnesota Timberwolves – and originally thought to be a player exclusive – the highly touted Air Jordan 6 “Diffused Blue” is slated for a December 22nd retail release. Its upper calls upon a mixture of premium leather and suede for a pristine luxe construction, deviating slightly from the usual AJ6 norm. This is quite the palette-whetter for the line-up of Jordan 6 Retro drops slated for 2019, which includes the Jordan 6 Infrared and the polarzing “cow fur” edition that was revealed recently. Grab another detailed look at the Jordan 6 “Diffused Blue” below and stay tuned for the official release, slated for 12/22 in both adult and grade school sizing.
Air Jordan 6 Release Date: December 22nd, 2018 $190
the BAPE x Neighborhood x adidas POD S3.1 comes a split-colored design on the upper which see the silhouette that done in a White (left) and Grey (right) camo-like print otif that utilizes both BAPE and Neighborhood logos (signature ape and jolly-roger symbols). BAPE’s signature shark mascot appears on the lateral sides of the shoes, whereas Three Stripes branding can be found on the medial sides. Additional co-branding can be seen on the toe and heels.
Michael Jordan’s first Sports Illustrated cover during rookie season with the Chicago Bulls in 1984 is celebrated with this Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG Sports Illustrated (A Star Is Born). Featuring a white and black leather upper mixed with red accents on the wings logo, tongue and outlining of the Swooshes, the highlight is the striped green embroidered Swooshes, colored to reflect the old Milwaukee Bucks jerseys. It was the team MJ was playing against on the cover image used for his Sports Illustrated cover titled, “A Star Is Born.”
Look for this Air Jordan 1 at select Jordan Brand stores and online on December 27 for $160. Click and bookmark our official Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG Sports Illustrated hub page now for everything you need to know about the silhouette and to where to buy it online. Always keep it locked to KicksOnFire for the latest in sneaker news, release dates and where to purchase your favorite kicks.
Jordan Brand’s yearly releases of the Air Jordan 11are about as systematic as they come. Just about every year, the Jumpman delves out colorways of the Air Jordan 11 Low during the Spring time and reserves the original higher-cut construction of the revered silhouette for the Holiday season – as evidenced by this year’s Concords Next year, one of the most attractive AJ11 Low iterations yet will be touching down in April, dressed in a luxurious Navy Snakeskin construction. Supported by white leather and an icy blue outsole unit, this reptilian textile boasts a shimmering look lending to a must-have Jumpman creation for the early half of 2019. Due to its luxe tooling, this particular version of the Jordan 11 Low will come with a slightly upgraded MSRP of $185 USD on its April 19th drop.have a dreat day and make sure to look at the pictures below.
Everyone’s favorite web slinger has returned to theaters in animated form via Marvel’s new “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse,” and the hype around all things Spidey is substantial. It’s not just the well-reviewed film that’s garnering acclaim either: Jordan Brand has also created an “Origin Story” Air Jordan 1 — the shoe worn by the animated Spider-Man himself — to accompany the film’s release. With the beloved wall-crawler back in the pop culture spotlight and the shoe set to release this Friday, December 14th, Jordan Brand recently grabbed lead actor Shameik Moore, the voice of the film’s protagonist Miles Morales for an interview. The multi-talented actor reminisces on his first pair of Jordans, stating that as a young and illusive point guard in Atlanta he was gifted a pair of Air Jordan 11s by a coach. Moore also touches on the cultural history of Air Jordans, how they’ve had a special imprint on his life, and how he loves that his super-powered character has “some J’s and a hoodie on.” Head over to the Jordan website for the extensive full interview, and check out a buying guide for the Air Jordan 1 Origin Story as well to see where you can procure a personal pair come Friday.