For a lot of Jordan heads, the Drop Jordan represents the peak of old school basketball. For others, it’s just another example of the ample heat at the hands of the Jumpman brand. Most recently, we get a look at the classic on-court model in a fall-ready scheme. Pictured above is the Air Jordan 6 in a “Wheat” iteration.

This Air Jordan 11 Win Like 96 aesthetic has always been pretty popular with Nike models. Considering the Air Jordan 6’s fairly boot-like build, it seems especially appropriate. A premium suede upper takes on a combo of Sail and Harvest. A White midsole and translucent outsole help round things off with some contrast.After seeing samples of the Air Jordan 12 ‘Wheat’ a couple months ago and it looks like it won’t be the only ‘Wheat’ colorway that drops this year.

Later this year we will see an Buty Jordan Sklep ‘Wheat’ this fall. This shoe will feature a tan nubuck upper with white accents on the mid-sole, Nike Air branding, and Air Jordan “Wings” branding. The shoes come with ‘Wheat’ laces to perfectly compliment this shoe, but the also special “boot-like” round laces in tan as well.This shoe is set to release in November of 2017 for $160. This brand new colorway of the Air Jordan 1 will be a tone-setter for what this holiday season will be like for sneaker releases. Drop a comment and tell us what you think about this new colorway!

Winning the Cheap Air Max
News Award for Shoe of the Year is no small feat, and Virgil Abloh’s OFF-WHITE x Jordan I won it after its showing earlier this year. Though the shoe will return to retail in a couple weeks, StockX is giving five people the chance to win the shoe.To win you must download the StockX App for iOS or Android and place a Bid for $190 on the Off-White x Jordan 1 Re-StockX in the app. You can earn more entries by referring friends.

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