Jordans 2017 is revisiting the "What The" theme for an official Nike SB What The Dunk High release available early July 2017. The use of multiple colors, patterns and textures was first introduced by Nike SB back in 2007. Since then, the "What The" theme has been a fan favorite on all Nike-related silhouettes. Dressed in a Ice Jade, Circuit Orange and Sail color scheme as a nod to the poster art for Nike SB Chronicles Vol. 3. Campbell's Nike SB Dunk High comes constructed in a mix of premium materials. Highlighting the shoe is its combination of brand logos and patterns throughout. Giving the model a clean touch is its Gum rubber outsole that adds for a nice contrast.
New Jordans 2016, Kevin Durant wins his first NBA Championship in his 10th signature shoe, the Nike KD 10. Receiving a bit of a premium makeover is the NikeLab KD 10 Olive colorway scheduled to release soon. While Nike Basketball didn’t really do anything special for the occasion, this release could makeup for it. Dressed in an all-over Olive Green color scheme. This Nike KD 10 comes constructed with Nike's Flyknit upper with premium tumbled leather on the cage overlay and tongue. Embossed Nike logos are seen throughout, while sitting atop a glow-in-the-dark outsole.
New Jordans 2018, The Air Jordan History of Flight Collection was unveiled in 2009, each sneaker celebrating the line's 25th anniversary instantly became one of the rarest pairs of all-time. With a dominant White colorway with Red details and Black laces, it didn’t take much to imagine Michael Jordan playing in them in Chicago. From the display at the World Basketball Festival in Chicago to different Nike retail locations, the collection drew crowds even if the selection wasn't available for retail. For nearly a decade, these remained behind a display glass, but now the brand releases the Air Jordan 13 version on its 20th anniversary.