How many more pairs New Jordans 2015 will be a part of that collection remains uncertain. The Air Jordan 7 that released this weekend earned a “Marvin the Martian” nickname, but it was unclear whether or not Jordan Brand had that character in mind (the only mention of the martian in question came in the Nikestore copy). Another shoe that might end up with a similar fate is this pair, which people are already calling the Jordan 7 “Lola Bunny” after Bugs’ female counterpart. The sneaker is a GS one, which makes sense if it is indeed tied in with that character.
The Easter edition of the Jordans 2015 XX9 features the wavy pattern upper that was first seen and released on the “Bred” edition. Dressed in a gradient effect that you typically see on dyed easter eggs, the shoe has a Teal and Volt-like color scheme with Black detailing and branding. Other details include the ’23’ hitting the tongue sitting atop a Carolina Blue midsole.
Few silhouettes in sneaker culture resonate more than a good pair of New Jordans Jordan 1’s. And while we all have our favorites as it pertains to colorways, monochrome black and white pairs are, well, essential. Thus, the fitting title of the all-new Air Jordan 1 Mid “Essentials Pack.” Simplistic in nature yet heavily laced in bravado, this foundational warm weather pack offers up the iconic silhouette in its mid cut form while all-white and all-black palettes reign.