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Nike Air Max 90 Volt

January 16, 2020 | Category: Ward 1 Shoes


 

2020 Nike Air Max 90 • OG Volt


 
2020 marks the 30th anniversary of Nike‘s iconic Air Max 90, so the brand is bringing back its beloved sneaker in several OG-style colorways — including “Volt.” Aside from the memorable colorblocking and recognizable palattes, each of the 90s features a true-to-the-original last. This makes for a look that’s slightly more sleek than retro releases brought to market in years past. Clean lines, versatile and timeless—the people’s shoe returns with the Nike Air Max 90 ‘White/Particle Grey/Volt/Black” Men’s Shoe. Featuring the same iconic Waffle sole, stitched overlays and classic TPU accents you’ve come to love, and haven’t seen since the last retro in 2012.

 

 



Air Jordan 11 Bred

December 19, 2019 | Category: Ward 1 Shoes

 

There are certain sneakers are so iconic that nothing needs to be said to explain their significance. The Air Jordan 11 Bred is one of those sneakers. But for those that may not know we’ll hook you up with a little history lesson. Michael Jordan first debuted the shoe on April 26, 1996, during a playoff matchup against the Miami Heat. MJ dropped a cool 35/4/2 that night and led his Chicago Bulls to victory. The rest is history. MJ would go on to win his fourth NBA Championship and NBA Finals MVP trophy in the famed model. For the first time since 2012, Jordan Brand is releasing the AJ11 ‘Bred’ again.

You know the drill. Black mixed media upper (ballistic mesh and patent leather), crisp white midsole, True Red sole and accents. This latest release is coming back with the same specs as the OG ‘96 pair, down to the original box and packaging. This 2019 edition is gonna take you on a stroll down memory lane.


 

 



Air Jordan IV Retro • What The

November 27, 2019 | Category: Ward 1 Shoes


 

It’s time to do the right thing by celebrating the 30th anniversary of the Air Jordan IV. This legacy began in 1989 with four OG colorways, and all four have found their way onto this ‘What the’ iteration. Retro color-blocking with cement grey, military blue, and fire red is in full effect, and will have you mismatching a mashup. What’s on the left is not what’s on the right. What the? Like the original, the heel and forefoot ride comfortably on Air-Sole units, and the Jumpman is still defying gravity on the tongue.