Men’s Fashion Column
By Charles Gross
December has always been one of the best months of the year, and not just because of the holidays. Rather it’s the month when the Jordan brand releases its best products of the entire year. And I’m here to provide with all the information for these four great releases.
First on Dec. 14, the Air Jordan 12 Taxi and Gamma Blue returns. The last time we saw this taxi release was in 2008 when the countdown packs were available. This shoe is nothing new to anyone: it still has its classic white and black tumbled leather. This shoe will be a general release so local stores will have them in stock when they release. The Gamma Blue version is new color way to the Air Jordan 12 collection. Featuring a black suede upper and gamma blue tumbled leather across the bottom of the shoe. This shoe looks amazing and is sure to be an instant sell out. The Gamma Blues will be released on Dec. 26. Both are priced for $170.
Next a classic the classic Air Jordan 1 has returned and can be in your hands! The shoe that started it all and a mark of basketball history will be release on Dec. 28. Featuring its classic black and red look and Nike Air quality. This shoe is priced at the reasonable $140.
Lastly, the Air Jordan 11 Gamma Blue will be released on Dec. 21. Jordan brand has made it a habit of releasing its fan favorite 11s in December. In the last few years they released the Space Jams, the Cool Greys, the Concords, the Breds, and now the Gamma Blues. Featuring an all black look with a Gamma Blue jump man and blue bottom the shoe will be an instant hit and a major sneaker head favorite. This shoe brings a new look to the Air Jordan 11 and may spark a new revolution in the color ways of shoes all together.
Again BSU, I want to make sure that everyone stays safe trying to get any of these Jordan products. People do go crazy things during Christmastime and there have been sneaker robberies during release dates so it’s best to go with a friend or order online when trying to get any of these sneakers.
Remember, stay fresh and stay fly!