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Air Jordan 3 – White Cement Reimagined


Step back to 1988 with one of the most coveted sneaker colorways of all time. The AJ3 “White Cement Reimagined” honors 35 years with an aged aesthetic that redefines timeless. Bring the vintage vibes with yellowing on the midsole, eyelets and backtab, plus classic Nike Air branding at the heel. Elephant print (updated to replicate the ’88 original) and splashes of Sail and Fire Red keep the original design alive and well—and keep you in your element. Clutch!





Air Max 90 – University Blue

February 21, 2023 | Category: Ward 1 Sneakers


Air Max 90 – University Blue


Lace up and feel the legacy. Produced at the intersection of art, music and culture, this champion running shoe helped define the ‘90s. Worn by presidents, revolutionized through collabs and celebrated through rare colorways, its striking visuals, Waffle outsole and exposed Air cushioning keep it alive and well.


Air Max 1 Crepe

February 20, 2023 | Category: Ward 1 Sneakers


Air Max 1 Crepe


Casual flair 101: Woven canvas, check. Premium pigskin leather, check. Crepe outsole aesthetic, check. The Air Max 1 “Crepe” puts classic into your easy-to-style look. Shades of grey, including a deep and seasonally perfect Thunder Grey, make every ‘fit a match. And for a high-end finish, its distinct (and super soft) outsole adds an air of sophistication that’ll keep heads turning. Step on in, there’s no containing your next move.



Air Jordan 1 x Travis Scott Low OG – WMNS “Olive”


Expressing a mix of “Sail/University Red/Black/Medium Olive,” the Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 Low OG WMNS “Olive” features black suede upper bases paired with contrasting off white leather overlays. The “Medium Olive” tone appears in the form of reversed Swooshes and traditional Swooshes, while tongue tags, embroidery at the rear, and printed insoles serve as additional branding. Finishing up the design of the shoe are “Sail” midsoles paired with olive rubber outsoles and three sets of laces.






Air Jordan 13/10 Retro Countdown Pack

Nike came out with the Air Jordan Countdown pack in 2008 in anticipation of the long-awaited Air Jordan 23. The Air Jordan 13/10 Retro ‘Countdown Pack’ features two shoes: the first is an Air Jordan 10 dressed in an all-black color scheme with a nubuck upper, black leather overlays on the mudguard and red ‘23’ lettering on the side. The second shoe is the Air Jordan 13 in the original color scheme, with a black suede and white leather upper. It also sports the classic green hologram on the ankle and True Red accents on the Jumpman logo and outsole.


Air Jordan 2 – Chicago

January 20, 2023 | Category: Ward 1 Sneakers


Air Jordan 2 • Chicago


Celebrating the 35th anniversary of MJ’s sophomore release, the champion “Chicago” colorway returns. The elegant ’86 design (crafted in Italy) pairs rich textures with minimal branding, bringing a sophisticated edge to your look. Easy-going colors make them the perfect foundation for your next ‘fit—or for scoring 3,000 points in a season. Go ahead, open the throwback box and remake the game.






Concepts Air Max 1 – Far Out

January 10, 2023 | Category: Ward 1 Sneakers


Concepts x Nike Air Max 1 SP – Far Out


Completing our celebration of the Air Max 1, we take our third iteration of the classic sneaker to its furthest reaches. From Harlem to Haight-Ashbury, the counterculture of the ‘60s sent a lasting message to the world.

The music, the style, the vibe: It was all “Far Out.” The Northern California Folk Festival pulled it all together by highlighting the era’s most dynamic performers. On stage, the performers mix of bandanas, denim, leather, fringes and more amplified the preferred fashions of the crowd, and in doing so set a trend that defined the 60s. With the Concepts x Nike Air Max 1 SP “Far Out,” the legacy of those looks matches up to the vibrant swirl of psychedelic concert posters.

Like the prior Concepts x Nike Air Max 1, the “Far Out” also includes patterned elements of bandanna, cowhide, and woven material panels. The former, a Concepts-exclusive, approximates the famous guitar straps employed by festival performers. Further details include a lateral striped Swoosh and a medial “flower power” Swoosh. The tongue label revives a classic ‘70s Nike logo and twists it with a Concepts “hippie” word mark.

The shoe also features a custom footbed. As a bonus, the packaging the “Far Out” gets a fully custom psychedelic print (produced in a secondary pink exclusive to in-store raffle winners), complete with a poncho, double album-styled mini record coasters, bandana and sticker pack.













Expensive December

December 29, 2022 | Category: Ward 1 Sneakers

Air Jordan 13 x SoleFly

December 29, 2022 | Category: Ward 1 Sneakers


Air Jordan 13 x SoleFly • Celestine Blue

SoleFly is back again, celebrating the beauty of Florida and the joys of yacht life with a fresh AJ13. The original pair propelled MJ to his 6th championship win—but this edition is all about off-court (and on-deck) ease. Big details like the holographic cat’s eye, woven tongue and toe box, and Celestine Blue dimpled upper are grounded in neutral hues for a shoe that’s just as at home on the boat as it is on the streets of South Miami. And with a plush padded collar and two Nike Air units underfoot, you’ll get your sea legs in no time.





Air Max 1 • Ugly Duckling Pack

December 19, 2022 | Category: Ward 1 Sneakers


Air Max 1 • Pecan Ochre & Honey Dew

Meet the leader of the pack. Inspired by French architecture, celebrated in sport and revered by fashion, this was the first shoe in the family to reveal Air to the world. Smooth leather contrasts with airy mesh to update this long-standing icon with visual texture. With a fast-paced look, tried-and-true cushioning and classic wavy mudguard, it’s no wonder these kicks have reigned supreme since 1987.

Momma duck said, “quack, quack, quack”—and a new ugly duckling came running back. Inspired by the coveted Dunk collection, the leader of the pack returns with its own eccentric flair. From colors to materials (wait ’til you feel the pigskin nubuck), the Air Max 1 brings all the rebellious details from the original pack and then some. And that embroidered duck on the heel? It calls, “that’s right, keep on staring.”










Air Max 1 • Ironstone

December 15, 2022 | Category: Ward 1 Sneakers


Air Max 1 • Ironstone

Meet the leader of the pack. Inspired by French architecture, celebrated in sport and revered by fashion, this was the first shoe in the family to reveal Air to the world. Smooth leather contrasts with airy mesh to update this long-standing icon with visual texture. With a fast-paced look, tried-and-true cushioning and classic wavy mudguard, it’s no wonder these kicks have reigned supreme since 1987.

Following the release of a similarly-toned Air Max 95 iteration earlier this year, Nike now readies its classic Air Max 1 runners in “Ironstone.” The upcoming pairs continue to celebrate the 35th anniversary of the iconic Tinker Hatfield-designed silhouette, arriving in clean white perforated mesh and light “Sail” suede panels.

The definitive “Ironstone” hues are strewn across the side Swooshes, heel embroidery, and upper eyelets while subtle neon hits decorate the insoles and special tongue tab patches which feature the text: “Nike Air consists of a special gas, pressurized inside a durable, flexible, urethane skin. After each step or jump, Nike Air cushioning springs back to its original shape.” Rounding out the look are retro-toned sole units featuring clear Air bubble windows.






Air Jordan 11 • Varsity Red

December 8, 2022 | Category: Ward 1 Sneakers


Air Jordan 11 • Varsity Red

Let’s cut to the chase—the AJ11 is all-time. MJ won 72 games and a title while wearing ’em. Now, the icon returns in classic Chicago colors: Varsity Red and White. From its slick patent leather mudguard to the frosted outsole, this Tinker Hatfield design brings the off-court allure. And for the final touch? Full-length Air cushioning is the cherry on top (er, bottom).







Air Jordan 5 x DJ Khaled

December 3, 2022 | Category: Ward 1 Sneakers


Air Jordan 5 x DJ Khaled • Crimson Bliss

Who’s the best? Sure, it takes a community, but we’re just gonna say it—with kicks this fresh, it’s gonna be you. As part of DJ Khaled’s “We The Best” collection, this AJ5 takes your game to the next level. The pastel colourway with Leche Blue accents, a luxe quilted liner and original details (check out the lace toggles and spiky midsole) showcase your style. Inspired by MJ to KEEP GOING and never stop, Khaled put his own touch on the classic with the “We The Best” logo on the heel and removed the upper pod for a slimmer fit. And don’t forget to flip the tongue—a hidden message reminds you to push through all the noise.





Air Jordan 1 • Lost and Found

December 1, 2022 | Category: Ward 1 Sneakers


Air Jordan 1 • Lost & Found

You already know what the Air Jordan 1 is all about. It’s a staple of sneaker culture. The Air Jordan 1, however, wasn’t destined to be an all-time classic.

When it first debuted in 1985, there weren’t grand expectations. Instead, there were critics loudly chirping about Nike’s decision to give Michael Jordan a large sneaker deal before he played a single game and the rookie’s choice to sign with a company that, up to that point, was best known for running shoes.

Jordan quickly flipped the narrative on the court by winning Rookie of the Year, averaging 28.2 PPG, 6.5 RPG, and 5.9 APG in 1985 while donning Air Jordan 1s. MJ’s meteoric rise propelled the Air Jordan 1, resulting in nationwide demand and making the sneakers a must-have for hoop heads. The AJ1 “Chicago” was inspired by the high top Air Jordan 1 original colorway, first released in 1985. The shoe harkens back to a time when shoe boxes were often lost in inventory stockrooms, only to be found again years later. Before the advent of sophisticated inventory systems, products were typically tracked with pen and paper. Human error was inevitable and frequently resulted in shoe boxes with mismatched lids.

The AJ1 Chicago is a throwback to this era, drawing inspiration from what an original 1985 Air Jordan 1 would look like if found decades later in a dusty stock room.

According to the Jordan design team, the goal of this shoe was to create a “time travel moment,” especially for a new generation of consumers. The process of buying a shoe today is very different from what it was like in the 80s. This sneaker attempts to capture that lost and found feeling, giving consumers a taste of what a box-fresh, vintage AJ1 would have looked like back in the day.

The Jordan Brand team responsible for developing the AJ1 Chicago obsessed every detail of the shoe’s design to bring this nostalgic story to life. Jordan designers studied multiple pairs of original AJ1s in varying states of distress to capture the nuances of the shoe’s look, described as having “light to no wear but with materials that sat for years in a box and didn’t withstand the test of time.”

In a nod to the “lost and found” nature of the colorway, the updated Chicago comes with a mismatched box lid that speaks to the shoes being misplaced in back rooms and basements.

Designers added extra details both inside and outside the box that serve as a shout out to shoe promotions created once upon a time. According to the Jordan design team, every detail should be recognizable to those who grew up back in those days, while giving new sneakerheads a chance to experience what it was like.

One such example is the inclusion with every pair of a vintage receipt meant to replicate actual receipts that found their way into the hands of collectors from deadstock shoeboxes. The receipt calls up images of how sneakers used to be acquired in analog fashion before the internet age.

Jordan designers took an approach that gave the 2022 Air Jordan 1 Chicago “an edge, a narrative and a connection.” They wanted a look and feel that came with a history tied back to something many consumers may not even be aware of. Ultimately, whether old school or new generation, Jordan Brand wants every consumer to see beauty in the story behind the shoe.


A Ma Maniére x Air Jordan 4

November 26, 2022 | Category: Ward 1 Sneakers


A Ma Maniére X Air Jordan IV

This moment is inspired by the Black and Brown leaders changing the world from the heart of their community with purpose, passion and vision. Built on the value of consistent action being the only recipe for progress, a standard set by trailblazers committed to the tireless work generational change would take to be achieved, the A Ma Maniére Air Jordan IV draws on the promise of youth to be the catalysts for change, standing up in the face of adversity and divisiveness. Standing firm on our ethos of timelessness on a silhouette renowned for its impact and significance across time, this moment serves to bring a generation together to form a better future with hope and bravery in the face of doubt and uncertainty. This is about where we’re going – and the future depends on us all.






Air Jordan 1 • Retro High OG – Patent Bred

The legend continues, and what better way to spring into 2022 than with a fresh pair of Breds on your feet? Beginning December 30 2021, the Jumpman delivers a Jordan 1 Retro High OG that gets the black, white and Varsity Red “Patent” palette with a luxe patent-leather treatment. This sophisticated sneak gets a predominantly black treatment, which extends to the mudguards, quarter panels and throat. Black laces atop the nylon throat add to the elegance. A Varsity Red toebox speckled with ventilated holes ties in nicely with the heel counter, red side Swooshes and ankle overlay. A white outsole adds a bit of lightness sandwiched between upper and outsole, and Nike Air branding lands on the tongue tag and insoles, with a Swoosh on the classic rubber outsole. Originally conceived in the mid-1980s, the Air Jordan 1 High delivers serious style on and off the court all these years later. This patent leather rendition is a modern-day meditation on a Bred masterpiece.


Air Jordan 1 • Taxi

September 28, 2022 | Category: Ward 1 Sneakers


Air Jordan 1 • Taxi


No need to call for a ride, the AJ1 “Taxi” will get you where you need to go. Donning Taxi yellow on the toe, heel, and outsole against crisp Black overlays, this classic take on the shoe that launched MJ’s signature line looks right at home on your city’s streets. Premium leather, the woven tongue label, and a debossed Wings logo seal the deal.


Air Max 1 • Crepe Hemp

September 20, 2022 | Category: Ward 1 Sneakers


Air Max 1 • Crepe Hemp


Casual flair 101: Hemp canvas, check. Suede mudguard, check. Crepe outsole aesthetic, check. Turning back the clocks to 2004, we’re reissuing the coveted Air Max 1 “Crepe Hemp.” Ready to complete your look, its Mint Foam accents pulse against the easy-to-style Medium Brown and Natural upper while textured materials put you a step above the rest. For a high-end finish, its distinct (and super soft) outsole adds an air of sophistication that’ll keep heads turning. Step on in, there’s no containing your next move.


Air Jordan 3 • Fire Red

September 16, 2022 | Category: Ward 1 Sneakers


Air Jordan 3 • Fire Red


It’s the return of a legend: The Tinker Hatfield design that solidified MJ’s relationship with Nike returns to its original 1988 form. Fire Red accents and cracked Black and Iron Grey leather on the toe and heel nod to the iconic release, while “NIKE AIR” written on the back brings true throwback appeal. Speaking of Air—you can count on the tried-and-true cushioning underfoot to keep you going.




Air Jordan 6 • Magnet and College Navy

MJ’s 6th signature shoe debuted during the 1990-91 season, and will always be remembered as what he wore when he won his first ring. This fresh take on the AJ6 brings you a subtle Magnet and College Navy colorway that nods to college hoops and makes summertime easy to style. Suede leather ups your off-court game while translucent accents on the outsole cool your every step.