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The Air Jordan 1 High OG “Electro Orange” Releases Tomorrow

Jordan Brand is set to release a new Air Jordan 1 during Summer 2021 that comes in a similar “Shattered Backboard” color blocking.

Dressed in a White, Electro Orange, and Black color scheme. This Air Jordan 1 features a White leather base with Black overlays at the at the forefoot, eyelets, and Swoosh. A Orange accents are applied on the collars, tongues, insole, and rubber outsole to complete the design.

Air Jordan 1 Electro Orange Release Date
Look for the Air Jordan 1 High OG “Electro Orange” to release on July 17th at select retailers and StockX. The retail price tag is set at $170 USD.

Air Jordan 1 High OG “Electro Orange”
Color: White/Electro Orange-Black
Style Code: 555088-180
Release Date: July 17, 2021

Air Jordan 12 Playoffs Returning This Weekend

Name Air Jordan 12 Playoffs 2022
Colorway Black/Varsity Red-White
Release Date March 5, 2022
Style Code CT8013-006

The Air Jordan 12 “Playoffs” originally debuted back in 1997 when MJ popularized the pair during the NBA Playoffs and following its previous retro iterations in 2004 and 2012, the coveted colorway is slated to return overseas first beginning this weekend. Draped in the classic color scheme of “Black/Varsity Red-White” overall, the silhouette boasts a tumbled black leather upper with white utilized for its mudguard, midsole, and rubber outsole. Finally, Metallic Silver upper eyelets and red accents for the branded areas round out the design.

Retailing for $210, look for this Air Jordan 12 at select Jordan Brand stockists overseas on February 19. Stay tuned for its stateside release date. For a complete guide including official photos, release dates, pricing and where to buy, visit: Air Jordan 12 “Playoffs” 2022. Always keep it locked to KicksOnFire for the latest in sneaker news, release dates and where to purchase your favorite kicks.

The Air Jordan 1 Low FlyEase Surfaces First In A “Bio Hack” Colorway

In recent years, the Swoosh has taken a more thoughtful approach to accessibility, often serving everyone from the pro athlete to the physically disabled. And with FlyEase, the brand can better accommodate the latter, albeit only if they can keep pairs on the shelves. Thankfully, the technology is becoming more widely adopted by beloved silhouettes, the Air Jordan 1 Low being the newest of them.

Here, the Air Jordan 1 Low FlyEase appears for the very first time courtesy of sneaker leakers. Relative to its taller counterpart, the fastening system is far more low profile. The strap, for instance, is reduced to one Velcro-adhered panel that’s attached to a zipper along the other side. Adjacent, the eye stays are similarly done, their connections made to resemble a typical lace unit. What’s arguably more interesting than the system itself is the colorway, as the offering features a look identical to that of the “Tokyo Bio Hack” from 2020.

For a quick look at the upcoming AJ1 Low FlyEase, see the images below. More info, photos, and release details are sure to surface very soon.

Where To Buy The Travis Scott x Air Jordan 6 “British Khaki”

First teased in early September 2020, Travis Scott‘s Air Jordan 6 “British Khaki” is set to release on Friday, April 30th.

Prepped for the sneaker’s 30th anniversary, La Flame’s latest collaboration further cements the “Cactus Jack” partnership as one of NIKE, Inc.’s most influential (five colorways of the Nike Air Max 1 are also anticipated to launch by the end of 2021). Akin to its “Medium Olive” predecessor from 2019, the “British Khaki/Sail/Bright Crimson”-clad proposition features a bevy of glow-in-the-dark accents throughout its upper and sole unit. Premium, hairy suede construction throughout the retro’s body indulges in a tonal style, as do canvas detailing and stow pockets. Heels are branded with “NIKE AIR” text, appropriate of the Jordan 6‘s milestone year; the Houston-native’s own logos appears on the medial midsole, lace toggle, sock-liner, stow pocket-lining and the semi-translucent outsole.

Enjoy images of the Travis Scott x Air Jordan 6 “British Khaki” here below as you wait for the pair’s April 30th release date (La Flame’s birthday). Daily updates to the “Where To Buy” section will come as select retailers reveal their launch details.

Travis Scott x Air Jordan 6
Release Date: Apr 30th, 2021 (Friday)
Color: British Khaki/Sail/Bright Crimson
Mens: $250
Style Code: DH0690-200
Pre-School: $80
Style Code: DH0693-200
Infant & Toddler: $60
Style Code: DH0692-200

The Air Jordan 1 “Patent Bred” Expected To Release On December 30th

Early on in 2021, leakers revealed what’s due from Jordan Brand seasons ahead. Among the many standouts, there was a common thread between most as many a classic was due to return with subtle but noticeable tweaks. And though all were alluring in their own right, few could rival the reception of the Air Jordan 1 “Patent Bred.”

Teased via mock-up months ago, the colorway modifies the beloved OG colorway with swatches of patent leather. While difficult to perceive in digital format, the pair has recently received its first look, insiders photographing pairs in-hand and in close-up detail. As expected, the classic Black and Red scheme returns true-to-form, alternating all the same though with a newly applied shimmer. What’s more, aside from the rather standard exterior branding, the pair commemorates its release with a calligraphic “Family” embroidery on the inside collar.

To catch a look at these for yourself, see below. A release is expected to hit October 23rd in fully family sizes.

Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG "Patent Bred"
Release Date: Dec 30th, 2021 (Thursday)
Color: N/A
Mens: $170
Style Code: 555088-063