Air Jordan 1 High OG WMNS Denim Releasing This Summer

Name Air Jordan 1 High OG WMNS Denim
Colorway White/Worn Blue-Metallic Gold
Release Date June 4, 2022
Style Code DM9036-104
Retail Price $170

The Air Jordan 1 High OG WMNS “Denim” is showcased in another closer look as the model is expected to make its debut this summer. Donning an official color scheme of “White/Worn Blue-Metallic Gold,” the high-top dons a white tumbled leather base with the highlight denim blue overlays across. Additionally, hits of pastel blue hues adorn the tongue tags and rubber outsole, while exclusive gold Jumpman-branded lace dubraes add luxury to the style as well as completing the overall aesthetic.

Retailing for $170, look for the Air Jordan 1 High at select Jordan Brand stockists and online in June. For a complete guide including official photos, release dates, pricing and where to buy, visit: Air Jordan 1 High OG WMNS “Denim”. Always keep it locked to KicksOnFire for the latest in sneaker news, release dates and where to purchase your favorite kicks.

First Look: Air Jordan 1 Low “True Blue”

Jordan Brand will be releasing a brand new Air Jordan 1 Low “True Blue” colorway that nods to the original Air Jordan 3 “True Blue” release.

This offering of the Air Jordan 1 Low features a White leather base with Grey reptilian texture forefoot overlays, elephant print on the heel and eyestays while having Blue suede collars. Black leather Swooshes on the sides with Blue continuing on the liner, heel Wings logo, and rubber outsole atop a White midsole completes the design.

Check out the photo below, and look for the Air Jordan 1 Low “True Blue” to release in the coming months at select retailers and Nike.com.

Air Jordan 1 Low “True Blue”
Style Code: TBA
Release Date: 2022
Price: TBA

Jordan Brand Announces Off-White™ x Air Jordan 4 "Bred" Not Releasing

When the late Virgil Abloh‘s first solo exhibition “FIGURES OF SPEECH” opened back in 2019, sneakerheads got extremely excited for a display of unreleased Off-White™ x Nike/Jordan Brand sneakers. Included in the mix was an Off-White™ x Air Jordan 4 in a familiar “Bred” colorway.

Despite a series of release rumors, the shoe is now confirmed to be not officially releasing. A spokesperson for Jordan Brand recently told media that the Off-White™ x Air Jordan 4 “Bred” was simply produced as a sample prototype. Adding that there are no plans to sell the creation by Virgil Abloh to the public.





These 5 Classic Jordans Are All Making a Comeback in 2022

When Nike approached Michael Jordan with the idea of creating a signature shoe back in the early '80s, neither of them knew at the time that they were about to embark in an era-defining journey that would span thousands of sneakers across multiple decades. Regarded by many sneakerheads as the most iconic partnership that the industry has and will ever see, legendary designers Bruce Kilgore, Peter Moore, and Tinker Hatfield would work with His Airness for almost forty years to create the perfect portfolio of pairs.

Along the way, some absolutely breathtaking sneakers have released, and as we begin a new year The Sole Supplier are here to tell your which five classic Air Jordans will be making a comeback in 2022. From the AJ4 all the way to the AJ7 you definitely do not want to miss any of these, so make sure you keep it locked right here for your best chance to cop!

Air Jordan 3 "Fire Red"
To kick things off, the Air Jordan 3 "Fire Red" is rumoured to be getting a pretty major re-release this year. First introduced in 1988, the last time that this particular colourway was retro'ed was back in 2013 when it sold out in an instant. With crisp white leather panelling, dark elephant print detailing, and striking red accenting along the ankle and Air midsole, this is just one of those Air Jordan 3s that every serious sneakerhead needs in their collection.

Air Jordan 4 "Military Blue"
The rumour that the Air Jordan 4 "Military Blue" will be returning has been making rounds for over a year now, but our sources tell us that they'll definitely be getting a triumphant return in 2022. A colourway that needs no introduction, it made its first appearance in 1989 and quickly became one of the most sought-after Air Jordan 4s in Jordan Brand's almost four decade long history. While these did get retro'ed in 2006 and 2012, we're told that 2022's version will feature the OG "Nike" heel badge rather than the Jumpman.

Air Jordan 5 "Green Bean"
Well, this was certainly unexpected. Apparently set to drop as part of the Jordan Brand Summer 2022 Retro collection, it looks like the Air Jordan 5 "Green Bean" from 2006 will also be making a comeback too. With that said, rumour has it that this Air Jordan 5 will be renamed to the "Casserole" after the dish that Deloris Jordan used to make Michael after his basketball games. This sounds pretty random, we know, but we'll see what happens.

Air Jordan 7 "Citrus"
Yet another retro from 2006, the Air Jordan 7 "Citrus" will apparently be returning in 2022 some sixteen years after it originally launched. While its design is pretty understated especially when you compare it to what we've seen so far, when you take a closer look you'll see that there's more than meets the eye. Along the all-black suede you'll find contrast orange stitching that immediately catches the eye. This, coupled with fiery red accents on the tongue and heel, and you've got a sure winner.

Air Jordan 7 "Raptors"
And last but not least, the Air Jordan 7 "Raptors" is returning in 2022. Celebrating exactly thirty years since this legendary colourway made its debut, this was originally called the "Dark Charcoal" back in the day. With that said, when the the Toronto Raptors entered the leagues in 1995 it was renamed as a homage. Done up in the team's signature colour palette, this is a sneaker that every serious sneakerhead needs in the vault.

First Look: Clot x Jordan Delta 2

Joining the Dunk High and Air Jordan 5 Low, Edison Chen’s Clot and Jordan Brand will also be releasing a collaborative take on the Jordan Delta 2.

This offering of the Clot x Jordan Delta 2 comes in a color blocking nodding to the classic “Flint” Air Jordan 13. It features 3M reflective Navy textile overlays with Flint Grey nubuck in the rear, University Blue accents and White leather on the toe overlay, eyestays, and tongues. Asian influenced Clot-branded hangtags and insoles atop a React foam sole housed in special packaging completes the design.

Look for the Clot x Jordan Delta 2 to release in the coming month at select retailers and Nike.com. Stay tuned for more updates to come.

Clot x Jordan Delta 2
Style Code: DO2155-100
Release Date: 2022
Price: $130





Air Jordan 4 “Canyon Purple” Releasing Fall 2022

Part of Jordan Brand’s Fall 2022 lineup is a brand new Air Jordan 4 “Canyon Purple” colorway.

Dressed in a Canyon Purple, Anthracite, Alligator, and Safety Orange color scheme. This offering of the Air Jordan 4 features a Purple suede base paired with Anthracite hits on the netting, tongue tags, wings, heel tabs, and laces. Green contrasting accents on the eyelets and sole unit with pops of Orange throughout completes the design.

Air Jordan 4 Canyon Purple Release Date
Look for the women’s Air Jordan 4 “Canyon Purple” to release during Fall 2022 at select retailers and Nike.com. The retail price tag is set at $200 USD.

Air Jordan 4 WMNS “Canyon Purple”
Color: Canyon Purple/Anthracite-Alligator-Saftey Orange
Style Code: TBA
Release Date: Fall 2022

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