Jordan 1 Fearless ,The Nike Air Presto “Australia” was originally given out to friends and family as well as athletes competing during the 2000 Olympics in Sydney, Australia.To celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the “Australia” Air Presto, Nike is bringing back the limited colorway to the public for the very first time.This popular Nike Air Presto features an Australian Green neoprene upper with Yellow stars on the forefoot and AUS label on the tongue. A Whit midsole with translucent lace cages atop a Yellow and Black rubber outsole completes the design.
New Nike Air Max 270 was the real “Banned” Jordans that Michael Jordan wore during the Chicago Bulls rookie training camp in 1984 that the NBA’s memo referenced and prohibited. In 1985, Nike debuted the Air Jordan 1 in the iconic Black/Red “Banned” color blocking.
Nike Air Ship OG “Banned” sports a Black leather base with Red overlays on the eyelets, Swooshes, and heels along with matching colored Nike tongues and rubber outsole. A White midsole with tonal Nike Swoosh branding on the lateral completes the design.
New Jordan released the Air Jordan 5 “Bel-Air” inspired by the classic ’90s TV show the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air starring Will Smith, who rocked the Air Jordan 5s during the shows theme song and in early episodes.It’s safe to say that the show opened up Jordan Brand to a whole new scene, with fans of the show instantly rushing out to get their hands on the latest releases. For 2020, the “Bel-Air” theme returns in an “Alternate” colorway.The shoes are crafted from a neat blend of supple suede and mesh, with cool grey being the base colour containing the vibrant colors. Unlike the original, this Air Jordan 5 features a White-based upper paired with similar 90s-styled detailing and vibrant colors. Classic AJ5 features such as the lace locks and mesh panels down each side are present New Ray-Ban Sunglassess as ever for a retro feel, while MJ’s signature number 23 is embroidered neatly onto the lateral heel.