Jordan will be releasing a “Bayou Boys” colorway of the Air Jordan 1 Zoom Comfort during the fall season.While nothing beats a classic, the Air Jordan 1 Zoom High brings next-level comfort to the iconic silhouette.the overlays on the upper feature a faux crocodile detailing that's inspired by Williamson's aggressive playstyle in the Bayou State.Dressed in a New Orchid, Lime Blast, and Black color scheme.As Jordan Brand continues to roll out its newly introduced Air Jordan 1 Zoom High, it appears that Zion Williamson is getting his own PE version. The look continues with a sail Zoom-cushioned midsole while black and neon green cover the outsole.This Air Jordan 1 features a faded mesh fabric on the side panels and tongues with Purple croc skin overlays.. The Air Jordan 1 Zoom High “Bayou Boys” continues from the theme that first appeared on Zion’s Air Jordan 34 PEs.“Zoom Air” tongue labels, “Bayou” and “Boys” underneath the padded tongues atop a White midsole and Black/Vibrant Green rubber outsole completes the design.
In celebration of Drake’s 34th birthday, we get a look at two more unreleased Air Jordan 11 “OVO” PE colorways courtesy of English Sole.Aubrey did his part to support and motivate the team by breaking out the unreleased OVO x Air Jordan 11 “Snakeskin” PE on the sideline.There are a few noticeable tweaks, though, with Drizzy’s pair sporting matte beige-gold heel panels, lacestays and laces, and white liners and Jumpman branding.One pair is dressed in “White” and the other sports a “Black makeup.While OVO members had previewed the pair before, Drake’s departure from Jordan Brand made it all but certain that these would never see the light of day in either their grey or pink edition. The “White” Air Jordan 11 comes constructed in a mix of tumbled and smooth leather, while the “Black” features premium suede with leather in the rear. Both are completed with the OVO owl insignia on the tongues, repeated “OVO” debossed logos covering the patent leather atop a White midsole and aged-styled translucent outsoles.
Dubai’s Frame Skate will also be teaming up with Nike Skateboarding to release their very own SB Dunk Low. The low-top originally tailored for skaters was at the forefront of hype in the early 2000s thanks to premium collaborations and unique storytelling.Nike SB Dunk Low Dressed in a Chile Red, White, Lucky Green, and Black color scheme resembling the United Arab Emirates flag. The energy is back into the game as the Swoosh and partners have placed a heavy emphasis on the silhouette.This Nike SB Dunk Low features White tumbled leather on the toe and collar, while the side panels are done in a netted mesh martial. Red smooth leather overlays, double stacked Green and Black Swooshes on the sides, graphic laces atop a Sail midsole and Gum rubber outsole completes the design.