a photo of the Air Jordan 9 Retro Bin 23 has surfaced on the web.
The Air Jordan 9 Retro Bin 23 owns a totally different design scheme from the aforementioned Air Jordan 2 Retro Bin 23. Its primarily white leather base is accompanied by multiple sections of gold, specifically on the laceholders, midsole and various Jordan branding. It is also finished with a white outsole and the red, waxed Bin 23 logo on the lateral panel. Stay tuned for additional photos and information regarding this shoe.
Now that a few Air Jordan 6s have come and gone from store shelves, and a 2 has done the same, it’s time to look forward to the next model that’s set to drop. Months ago, the “Citrus” Air Jordan 9 gave us a clue as to what the next silhouette we’d see an influx of would be. Today we’re seeing this White/Powder Blue AJ9, which we know will neither the first or the last of this silhouette this year.
White leather is used for the uppers, while Powder Blue is the accent color of choice. These are nearly identical to the OG IX from 1993, but those relied on a Dark Powder Blue for their midsole and accents. A black woven tongue, eyelets, liner and heel embroidery are employed for further contrast. A few select sizes can be grabbed now at marqueesole.
More images of the Silver Anniversary Air Jordan XI have surfaced. The white/silver colorway follows suit with the rest of the Silver Anniversary Collection. The noteworthy aspect of these XIs is what they do not have. Typically the Air Jordan XIs possess a jumpman on the lateral heel. These do not.
Chris Brown was spotted court-side at the Lakers vs. Celtics NBA game wearing a G-Star Raw Blake Jacket (about $306). This jacket features a full front button fastening, two front pouch, stitch detailing and G-Star’s signature logo tag. He was also rocking a pair of white/grey Nike Air Jordan 25th Anniversary sneakers ($200).