The Girls Jordans has promised us a busy year between this upcoming colorway and the promised release of the “Bred’ Jordan 11 Low. The Georgetown colorway references Jordan Brand’s longstanding connection with that school, which has previously resulted in a full collection of Georgetown Air Jordans that are for display purposes only. There is no set release date yet for this Jordan 11 Low “Georgetown”, but the sneakers are scheduled to arrive in June, 2015.
Air Jordans, now commonly known as Jordan Brand has a long and rich history starting from 1985 when the first model was released, the Jordan 6 GS .Not only was Michael Jordan defying gravity and schooling opponents, but his Air Jordans were sought after because everybody wanted to be like Mike.It wasn’t all fun and games though. In 1985 NBA commissioner David Stern banned Michael from wearing the Air Jordan 1 in black/red due to not meeting the NBA’s dress code. Each time Michael wore them, he would be finned $5,000. Nike saw this and took on a perfect marketing ploy. They would pay Jordan’s fines and released a commercial giving this pair the nickname “Banned”.Around 1987 Spike Lee would starting producing and starring/co-starring in the newest commercials. The last commercial Spike would do was in 2005 for the Air Jordan 20.The Nike Dunk CMFT University “Red-Black” brings a new red-accented colorway applied onto the Zoom-equipped Nike Dunk silhouette. It sports a black leather upper, white midsole and tongue patch, and bright red outsole, heel panel, Swoosh sign, perforated toe box and laces. It also has a tonal sock-liner, specially molded like the outsole’s imprint. The GS Jordans 2015 model has always taken inspiration from collegiate basketball. A small symbol on the inner sole features a basketball net with scissors, as homage to the net-cutting tradition done by the winning team.