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Where the Air Max 1 exposed the air unit and provided a chance for you to peak inside the inner-workings of a sneaker, the Air Max 90 highlighted an enhanced Air bag with a bold infrared window, effectively making them impossible to miss. While the Air Max 1 stuck with primary red and blue colorways for its original drops, the Air Max 90 played to the sensibilities of the time with its original “Infrared” colorway. The very ’90s neon red/pink concoction—better known as, you guessed it, “Infrared”—was as bold as the new Air approach and was offset by black, white and grey throughout the shoe.

 



LeBron 7 All-Star

February 8, 2020 | Category: Ward 1 Shoes


 

LeBron 7 All-Star


Shining bright in vibrant blue hues, the LeBron VII ‘All Star’ returns after it first debuted 10 years ago in front of the largest crowd to ever attend a basketball game. Like the original, the same bold blue upper is accented by an ornate woodgrain overlay and features the indisputably innovative Air unit that’s synonymous with the model.

 

 



Air Jordan 3 • UNITE

January 29, 2020 | Category: Ward 1 Shoes

 

ALL STAR WEEKEND


The Air Jordan III forever changed the game by introducing a unifying symbol of flight: The Jumpman logo. MJ elevated the style to new heights by rocking the singular silhouette throughout 1988’s All-Star Weekend in Chicago. More than three decades later, basketball’s best and brightest are again gathering in the Windy City—and the AJIII is also back, covered in familiar hues. Taking a cue from beloved local teams, the Air Jordan 3 • UNITE arrives dressed in fire red, complemented by hits of black and cement grey. Elephant print adds a dose of heritage-inspired design to this nostalgia-inducing look.

The Air Jordan III immediately turned heads upon its arrival in January 1988. Weeks later, MJ elevated his footwear to new heights by rocking the silhouette throughout 1988’s All-Star Weekend in Chicago. More than three decades later, basketball’s best and brightest are again gathering in the Windy City—and the AJIII is back, too. Taking a cue from beloved local teams, the upper arrives dressed in fire red, complemented by hits of black and cement grey. The style pays further tribute to Chi-town with altered branding on each heel.