The Air Jordan 10 Retro was created through Jordan Brand’s remastering initiative, a new manufacturing process used to produce retro sneakers that are closer to their originals in terms of quality, look and feel. Among the first retro sneakers to be remastered, the Air Jordan 10 Retro pay homage to the concrete jungle and its historic impact on the Jordan Brand’s enduring legacy. Proving he was still a force to be reckoned with on the hardwood, Jordan put up 55 points against New York, leaving no question that he was, indeed, back. The “Double Nickel” was originally a player exclusive pair worn by MJ in a few games after he came out of retirement in 1995 while wearing jersey number 45. Available at both locations on Saturday, March 28th at 10am. Mens sizes 8-13. Limited quantities. $245.
Paving the way for Nike Basketball, the Blazer Mid was introduced in 1973. Since then, the classic hoops’ shoe has made a seamless transition from the hardwood to the streets with countless versatile looks. Featuring a molded TPU construction, the latest Blazer Mid does without the iconic Swoosh to sport a distinct, geometric pattern throughout its upper. The new look now arrives in a third colorway, covered entirely in university red. Available Thursday, March 19th at 11am. Mens sizes 8-13. $130.
Fairplay Brand SP15 is now available in Victoria. The Runner is a stretch twill with elastic waistband, reinforced leg stitching and elastic cuff leg opening while The Spencer features the same details but is constructed of a bonded mesh. Come thru the Victoria shop to see the full collection.
A throwback to the early to mid-2000s, the Air Jordan IV Laser returns atop a premium white upper, tonal leather overlays, and intricate laser-etched touches. Reflective 3M detailing on the tongue patch and ice outsole amplify the silhouette to an entirely new level and bring a modern day look Michael’s fourth on-court performance shoe. Available Saturday, March 21st at 10am. Mens sizes 8-13($310) and GS sizes 4-7($210).