The greatest global icon and the icon of the global game come together for an unmatched collaboration. The celebratory Air Jordan V Low honors the best of both worlds in MJ and Neymar. The sneaker is adorned with a reflective upper and finished with a classic all-over splatter print in true Air Jordan fashion. As a nod to each legend, a 23 is stitched on the right heel, while the left heel features Neymar’s number 10.
Born in 1996, the Air Jordan XI first returned at the start of the new millennium. 2001 saw the first-ever release of the Air Jordan XI Low with a patent leather overlay. For the first time since, the shining silhouette returns in the same White/Varsity Red colorway launched over a decade ago.
Stingray is a perfect driving machine, born from brilliant engineering and precision performance. Its aggressively sculpted exterior is a statement of intent; its driver-oriented cockpit is a creation of purpose. Every element of the 2016 Stingray makes it the quickest, most powerful, most refined Stingray ever made.
Born in 1997, the black/red Air Jordan XII was on MJ’s feet during one of his most legendary performances. He led his team to a crucial playoff victory that paved the way for his fifth career title. The unique design came from the mind of longtime Air Jordan designer Tinker Hatfield. Sporting classic Chicago tones in luxurious materials, the 1997 icon is now back for more nearly two decades after its debut.
The Barrel Proof nose offers maple syrup, caramel sauce, and a little barrel char. On the body, it doesn’t drink like something that is 2/3rds alcohol. In fact, it really needs no water at all to be approachable, though less seasoned whiskey drinkers may want to add a splash. The palate is rich with more of that caramel, butterscotch, a touch of cloves and a lengthy, vanilla-fueled finish. Big, bold body — but it’s not overpowering in the slightest. The char isn’t overly evident here, which lets the sweetness really shine. All told, it’s a fantastic whiskey that stands as arguably the best thing ever to come out of the JD empire.