Category : Home Decoratives Posted : 04/08/2016 Price : Check with seller Location : Toronto(Ontario)
These Public School x New Jordans 2015 Jordan 10 “PSNY” editions are built with premium leather dressed in a Black and Red color scheme. The shoes are also build with tonal branding hints, Gym Red interior on the Black pair and Black interior on the Red pair, both with “PSNY” branding on the back pull tabs. Other details include a full-Black and Red Jumpman logo stitched on the back heels and the traditional achievements that’s usually found on the outsole is also seen on the insole.As of right now there is no release information to how limited these special edition Air Jordan 10 colorways will be, but we’ll keep you updated with all the latest as it develops. Due to the shoes taking part of fashion week in New York City, these might look to be a friends and family only release that could possibly make its way to Flight 23 in NY at some point in the future. And if so, it might only be the Black pair.
Following its “Valentine’s Day” variation, the newest GS edition of the Jordans 2015 7 is officially unveiled.Entitled “Verde,” this exclusive girls’ rendition exudes Spring vibes with Green highlights across, as Verde is essentially Italian/Spanish for Green. Boasting a predominantly White hue throughout its premium leather composition, Verde-colored stitching outline its tonal leather overlays, while Black hits are notably situated across its laces, tongue, ankle and heel pull tabs.Finishing touches include bright Infrared accents gracing the tongue tab, ankle branding, rear, midsole and outsole, with additional pops of Verde and Black flowing along its midsole to cap off its vibrant palette. Set at $140, expect the Air Jordan 7 GS “Verde” to arrive at Jordan Brand and Nike accounts on March 14.
Why is Teal getting so much play to help Jordan Brand celebrate 30 years of Jordan? The teal hue wasn’t a part of Mike’s wardrobe in any of his stops professionally, and yet the bluish-green shade continues to arrive on retros like next weekend’s New Jordans 4 “Teal”. The near monochromatic upper utilizes the shade atop a buttery leather while touches of Retro (a lighter, more vibrant shade of teal) arrive on the mesh panels, tongue lining, and ‘Flight’ patch. Accents of black hold down the heel, side panel ‘wings’, and midsole for good measure.