Here’s another, more detailed look at the upcoming 2016 Jordan Shoes V Retro Bronze. A brand new colorway, this pair utilizes a an Obsidian blue upper applied with a satin sheen leather finish, complemented with a beautiful metallic Bronze tongue. The tongue logo has been embroidered in obsidian, with the netting, eyelets and laces matching as well. The midsole is molded in white, overlaid with speckled bronze “shark teeth”. Finishing touches are provided via a traditional icy clear sole.
No frills" would be the best 2016 Jordans to describe this upcoming Nike Kobe 11 EM Low, which will arrive in stores early next month.An appropriate look for the Black Mamba, this version is almost blacked out, only offset by Cool Grey branding hits and a translucent sole.Now as we preview yet another version of the LeBron Soldier 10, implementing the Dunkman theme, one thing is worth noting… we finally get the original Dunkman style back. The gun-metal grey is there. The mean green is also present.
The Air Jordan 5 Olympic Gold Medal has been on a hot streak in 2016, thanks to a slew of lowtop releases, but the mid has plenty in store for us, too. There are the “Metallic” and “Olympic Gold” pairs of course, dropping in July and August, respectively. But today we get a look at a brand new colorway.With the return of its nostalgic “Metallic” colorway on the horizon, this brand new “Bronze” makeup adds a new level to the silhouettes non-OG roster. Seen here with its upper cloaked in Obsidian, Bright Grape takes care of the interior lining while the headlining shade clings to the tongue and shark teeth accents. Complete with a crisp white midsole and translucent blue-tinted outsole, the Air Jordan 5 “Bronze” is tentatively set to release on September 24th for $190.