Air Jordan XXX1 Low “Chicago Away” First Look

The Air Jordan XXX1 Low ‘Chicago Away’ will release alongside the ‘Chicago Home’ edition towards the end of June 2017.

This Air Jordan XXX1 almost has a ’Triple Red’ theme which is dressed in Gym Red and Action Red, however there is a bit of Chrome. Flyweave starts at the two while the heel features leather with a crocodile texture. Red runs throughout the entire shoes which includes the uppers, tongue, liner, midsole and outsole. Completing the look is Chrome that wraps the heel.

Air Jordan XXX1 Low Chicago Away Release Date

The Air Jordan XXX1 Low Chicago Away will release at select Jordan Brand retailers as well as online at on June 30th, 2017 which is a Friday. Retail price is set at $160. Once we have more images, we will make sure to update you. Visit the comments section and let us know your thoughts on them.

Air Jordan XXX1 Low Chicago Away
Gym Red/Gym Red/Action Red-Chrome
June 30, 2017



Summer is here which means we’re in for a good three straight months of outdoor hooping on slabs of concrete and asphalt the world over. Around this time every year, some of the world’s best streetballers convene in Paris, France to partake in the annual Quai 54 Tournament hosted by Nike and Jordan Brand. Starting a few years back, both basketball imprints began releasing their exclusive Quai 54 offerings to the masses in limited drops, and this year we’ll be getting both the Jordan 31 Low pictured here, and a mismatched premium suede version of the Jordan 1 Quai 54. The Jordan 31 Quai 54 features a black to white gradient without the Air Jordan 1-inspired Swoosh branding while a metallic heel adds splashes of red to contrast the France-inspired hits of royal blue on the tongue. Grab your pair on July 1st for $160.

Color: Black/White-University Red-Game Royal
Style Code: 921195-154

Nike Zoom KD Trey 5 Performance Review

Nike Zoom KD Trey 5 Performance Review

As attached the Durant’s on feet picture , It is perfect .As a fan of Durant , I would like to buy it . Especially Kevin Durant has finally won his first NBA Championship. He is now a world champ .Nike keeping cooperate with Kevin Durant . Now his shoes have been a hottest in the sneaker world .The Nike Zoom KD IV coincided with Durant’s new achievements and MVP status. Kevin’s main needs are simple, though. In an exchange with Leo, Durant exclaimed, “I want it light and I want it tight to my foot. That’s the key thing. Light and tight!”

That was my dreaming that got the KD TERY5 IV , Now , my dream is coming .

Now here we go .

The boxes as usually , common with yellow color .

Flexible, lightweight, and supportive, the Nike KD Trey 5 IV is a basketball sneaker that performs on the court. The mesh with overlaying fuse for structural support ,it is good at ventilating .But KD 5 Trey IV have not use the FLYKNIT that Nike tech. Compare with the Flyknit shoes ,KD Trey 5 ‘s supporting just so so , wrapping is not bad . But not excellent then KD 9.

At the rear of the shoe, a synthetic leather panel forms as an eyelet and looks to help in the lockdown department. From what we can see, the the tooling looks to remain the same. The tractions’ rubber is very thick and the midsole consists of phylon and zoom.

The heel of the filler is not enough. But it does not have the situation of hurt in the heel when fast running and twist . The laces system with the straps are secured to the support and fixation of lockdown .

There are 10 vents on the inside to ensure breathability, but there are a thin sponge on the vents for supporting .

Despite Durant’s request to go strap-free for this shoe, one glimpse at Leo’s design elicited a positive response. Functionally, the Adaptive Fit strap conforms to the arch, an area where KD has asked for added support because his arch is flatter.

The upper have a swoosh ,plastic strap also has a smaller logo .The KD’s number at the bottom ,and the strap also the words “KDTERY5IIII”.

Heel by No. 35 sign.

Bigger tongue had a KD logo too .

The disadvantage of KD 9, the forefeet is a little wider , the wrapping is not bad , it is stiff for the bottom ,so I need to wear long socks. Actually the zoom did not its job well I can not feel the bounce obviously. But it is can protect my knees when fall down . So I’d like choose it for my basketball shoes .

Overall , the KD TERY5 IV is worth to buy .It is durable and good supporting . also the design is perfect .KD TERY5 IV has a lightweight mesh upper, midfoot strap, phylon foam midsole, and a rubber outsole with multi-directional traction pattern.


Air Jordan XXX1 ‘Chinese New Year’ Performance Review

Jordan Brand will continue to celebration of the Air Jordan 12 in 2017 along with debuting more colorways of the Air Jordan XXX1.I was a dream that buy a jordan XXX1 when I was a kid .Now dream is coming true.So luck that I got my size .

Now here we go :

Firstly ,we can saw the out boxes ,it is the common as usually .

Black with red box as below :

I excited to open it :

First look :As you can see, this Air Jordan XXX1 features a simple color theme of Black, White, Grey and Gold.

I like the colorway very much , because of the colorway is fresh for summer .Especial for the white , the colorway always my favorite .

The support had potential to be great,it is used full length unlocked Zoom Air,the most important is it is improve the supporting .

And Heel lockdown and fit was flawless.

The special print in the Air Jordan XXX1 ‘Chinese New Year’, and the material is comfortable .

The snug, contained-feeling the rear section brings, while still offering unrestricted awesomeness up front.

It’s unlocked and features the Flight Speed setup,this is the most important feature ,but there is a disadventage of the bottom , it is not easy to keep clean .and it is easy to oxidation for this material .

Other highlights include a translucent outsole and Red Jumpman.

This shoes is to commemorate Jordan enty to China market for 20 years .

On the inside of the tongue, the brand has added Chinese symbols while woodgrain details are also spotted.

Overall ,The cushioning is great ,I can feel the impact protection, court feel, responsiveness, it’s all there in the XXXI.generally speaking, I played 2hours , I feel very good , not stiff too much ,Wraping also excellent .But a little tight . Ventilation: because of used of woven uppers, so it is have a great ventilation.

The size is true , but for the wilder footers , I suggeest that you can buy over a half size .that is will be snug when you playing


When it comes to on-court performance, LeBron’s Soldier line holds its own when compared to his signature series. Does Nike’s latest entry, the LeBron Soldier 11, continue the line’s solid performance or does it concede the throne to the King’s latest signature model, the LeBron 14, as the go to LBJ sneaker on the hardwood? Only one way to find out….

Traction: Using a triangular pattern on the entire outsole, the traction on the LeBron Soldier 11 is surprisingly solid but not very consistent. The lateral forefoot is where the outsole is most responsive. You’re going to feel very comfortable doing step-backs, jab-steps, and v-cuts. However, on in-n-outs, crossovers, or any side to side move where you don’t have near perfect footwork the medial portion of the outsole starts to slip just a little bit. It isn’t a major problem but it does keep the Soldier 11 from reaching “elite” territory. As the shoe sits right now it’s a pretty solid option on virtually every court condition.

As far as outsole durability goes, the triangular nubs that Nike used on the LeBron Soldier 11 aren’t very durable — but the nubs featured in the center of the outsole are more durable than the ones on the edges. This should help extend the Soldier 11’s life outdoors but there are better options available (namely, the Dame 3 or Zoom Rev 2017).

Cushion: The LeBron Soldier 11 features Zoom Air in both the heel and forefoot. While it performs admirably, there really should be no excuse for not having full-length Zoom in every non-budget Nike Basketball model, especially when a name like LeBron James is attached to a sneaker.

The heel unit Nike used here is about 5.8mm bigger than the forefoot unit but you aren’t really going to know the difference. Both units provide about the same amount of responsiveness and impact protection. You’re going to feel the Zoom on your hard ladings and you’re going to feel the Zoom turn those hard landings into explosive take offs, but it just isn’t as smooth or explosive as it should be.

Full-length Zoom just makes everything better and when applied properly, it’s one of the most versatile setups money can buy. What’s used here is a decent setup that provides a good experience — it just would have been so much better with full-length Zoom.

Materials: Before we get into the materials, this review will be on the “premium” version of the LeBron Soldier 11. It features a suede overlay instead of the nylon mesh overlay that is featured in the “non-premium” colorways and trust me, you’re going to want to get a premium colorway.

I’m sure that the nylon mesh overlay that’s used on the “non-premium” colorways performs well, it’s just that the suede overlay is too nice to pass up and it actually reminds me of the way things used to be on sneakers. The more you use these the softer the materials will get and eventually they’ll end up conforming around your foot for a comfortable and enjoyable ride.

The rest of the upper is made of a soft mesh material that isn’t quite as comfortable as the suede portion of the upper but it does gives the Soldier 11s a nice modern touch. Overall, the materials Nike used here are extremely comfortable. While some may find them to be too soft, I thoroughly enjoyed what the Soldier 11s had to offer because they got more and more comfortable every time I strapped them up.

Fit: Like I mentioned in the pervious category, the materials on the LeBron Soldier 11 get softer the more you used them, almost to a fault. Straight out of the box you’re going to find that these shoes have an extremely snug but comfortable fit that really snaps to your foot. As time goes on the materials will soften up and eventually you will lose that air-tight fit and end up with a pillowy experience that feels just a bit soft.

After about 5-7 hours of use I found myself trying to tighten up the fit with the top strap but no matter how hard I pulled, the fit wasn’t the same as it was on day one. The good news is that the length of the Soldier 11s is true to size. There’s a little wiggle room in the toebox area that helps prevent to slams into the front of the shoe, despite the lack of lockdown in the ankle area. If you’re a wide footer, we recommend you try these on as the LeBron Soldier 11’s base isn’t very wide, especially in the forefoot. While the materials will conform around any foot shape, wide-footers may feel a little unstable due to the extremely narrow mid-foot.

Support: This is the first time that I’ve ever felt like a LeBron sneaker needed more support. Usually LBJ’s sneakers have too many support features and end up feeling either bulky or overpowering. This is to no fault of LeBron or Nike — they’re only trying to design a sneaker for someone who is a 6’8” demigod that requires way more support in his shoes than we mere mortals can handle — but the Soldier 11s seem to be holding back in this category. Besides a standard external heel cup and slight lateral outrigger on the outsole there aren’t that many support features incorporated into the design.

The relatively high collar is deceiving since there isn’t much structure in the collar area and it actually dips pretty low to provide a pseudo-low top feel, but what hurts the Soldier 11’s support system the most is the extremely narrow mid-foot. This narrow mid-foot will give you the feeling that you’re only standing on your heels and toes (if you’re a forefoot heavy player you’re most likely not going to notice this issue) but for the rest of us, this makes the Soldier 11s feel a little wobbly, especially on side to side movements. All in all, this has to be one of the most un-supportive LeBron models to date, but it isn’t terrible by any means. It’s the definition of a sixth man waiting: it does just enough, but it leaves you wanting more.

Overall: The Nike LeBron Soldier 11 is a very versatile sneaker. Any guard or slashing forward will find something that they like. It could be the responsive but slightly explosive cushion setup or it could be the soft comfortable materials. Whatever it may be, the Soldier 11s definitely favor quick and explosive players who are forefoot-heavy. If you’re a slow big who needs a ton of support and impact protection or a wide-footer who needs a lot of stability, we recommend you look somewhere else since the Soldier 11 is lacking for both.

For $130, or $140 for a premium pair, the LeBron Soldier 11 is a solid option both indoors and on the black top, yet it isn’t quite “elite.” Had Nike went all out on the cushioning and made it a little more stable, it would have easily been a top-tier performer. However, as the shoe sits right now it falls just short of a championship — by three games, to be exact.

PSNY x Air Jordan 12 Collection will release on June 28th, 2017

The PSNY x Air Jordan 12 Collection will release on June 28th, 2017. Included is three new colorways which includes Wheat, Bordeaux and Olive.

All three of the Air Jordan 12s by Public School New York are constructed with a premium nubuck upper. In addition, each will feature PSNY branding on the tongue and insoles. The respective color used covers the entire shoes while also landing on the midsole and outsole. Finishing the look we have a Public School hangtag.

PSNY x Air Jordan 12 Release Date

The Air Jordan 12 PSNY Collection will release at select Jordan Brand retailers on June 28th, 2017. So far we have confirmation that the collection will be available via Nike SNKRS in NYC, Paris and Milan. Retail price will be $300. Below you can check out a few additional preview images which will show you the entire collection.

PSNY x Air Jordan 12
June 28, 2017

First Look At The Air Jordan 9 ‘Baseball Glove’ Brown Leather

First Look At The Air Jordan 9 ‘Baseball Glove’ Brown Leather

The Air Jordan 9 Brown Leather Baseball Glove is apart of a new pack from Jordan Brand which will release alongside the Black edition. Michael Jordan had a short stint in baseball playing for the Birmingham Barons and the Brand continues to pay homage to his legacy in the sport.

This Air Jordan 9 is similar to that of the previous baseball inspired release which will feature the number 45 on the heel, woven lacing on the panels and heel just like a baseball glove and raw finished laces. Making this pair different is Brown leather used across the uppers. Completing the look is a White midsole.

Here is where things get interesting. Rumor has it that each pair you purchase will be wrapped in plastic, similar to that of baseball cards. You won’t know which pair you will get until you actually open the packaging. This could also lead to be trading just like back in the days with baseball cards.

Below you can check out another image of the Brown Leather Air Jordan 9 Baseball Glove. At the time of writing, release information nor a retail price is available. Once we learn of additional information, we will make sure to update you. Make sure to visit the comments section with your thoughts on this model as well as the idea.

Air Jordan 5 ‘Blue Suede’ Releasing soon

Air Jordan 5 ‘Blue Suede’ Releasing soon

The Air Jordan 5 ‘Blue Suede’ is apart of Jordan Brand’s Fall 2017 offerings and will release during September. Apart of the ‘Fire and Ice’ Pack which joins the Air Jordan 5 Red Suede.

This Air Jordan 5 comes dressed in a Game Royal and Black color combination. Across the uppers is predominate Blue while constructed with suede. Black accents will be hinted on the midsole and liner. Other details include 3M on the tongue and a translucent outsole.

Air Jordan 5 Blue Suede Release Date

The ‘Blue Suede’ Air Jordan 5 is set to release at select Jordan Brand retailers on September 30th, 2017. Retail price will be $190. Like always, make sure to check back with us for details.

Below you can check out a few more images of the Air Jordan 5 ‘Blue Suede’. Let us know your thoughts in the comments section.

Air Jordan 5 Blue Suede
Game Royal/Black
September 30, 2017

Jordan CP3.VI AE Performance Review

Jordan CP3.VI AE Performance Review

Traction – If I trust a shoe enough to wear it during league games then traction is A+. There are only a few shoes that have good enough traction to be worn on that floor and the CP3.VI & CP3.VI AE are two of them.

Cushion – The cushion hasn’t changed. It’s still minimal and consistent. Perfect for Guard play or if you just like the way they feel in general. Remember, when we (reviewers) make suggestions… they are just that. It’s up to you to know what your preferences are and we just kind of help you know what you are looking at when it comes to a sneakers performance attributes.

For those who did not know, Podulon is a dual density foam setup. Lightweight Phylon along with a Cushlon insert are in place which give you a soft cushioned ride where you need it and a bit of firmness where needed as well. It is less responsive than Lunarlon – only slightly – and Zoom Air but it will last you longer than Lunarlon due to the rubber added within the foam mixture when being produced.

Material – The Fuse used on the original CP3.VI was thin enough to be flexible but this setup enhances that with the use of overlay panels and mesh. For some, Fuse is annoying as it could pinch or refuse to stretch – since its plastic – so that is where a premium synthetic will come in. It just feels a little nicer so if you are a player that enjoys leathers and nubuck then the AE will be the way to go. If you wanted to stick with an upper that is easy to clean and durable then go with the original model.

Fit – They fit true to size and the shoe still fits like a glove. Last time around I was unable to achieve secure heel lockdown and this time around the experience was much different. The shoe fit perfectly – for me – from heel to forefoot and that was the greatest improvement overall.

Ventilation – Air flow is just slightly better than the original but still nothing to write home about. I personally didn’t notice the any ventilation issues while wearing them on-court and realistically, you can only tell that you are missing out when you switch to something more ventilated like the Nike Zoom Hyperdisruptor; seen in the image above.

Support – The arch and torsional support remain unchanged but the uppers support is greater to the increased lockdown from the heel. Since your heel won’t be popping out the shoe anytime soon, you can make your moves with confidence as your foot is kept secure and stable within the shoe.

Overall – The Jordan CP3.VI was my personal top pick for Guards in 2012… at this point in time… I still feel it is one of the best Guard oriented shoes available. Yes, the Air Jordan XX8 might be the “better” of the two when directly comparing certain aspects but overall, you get exactly what you pay for with the CP3.VI AE; a solid performer with substantial traction and fit all sitting on a low to the ground platform. Just what a Guard might ask for.

Air Jordan 4 “US Super Nintendo” Custom Shows Love to NBA Jam

If you watched the 2017 NBA Playoffs then you know the Golden State Warriors achieved team fire on many an occasion. Nearly sweeping the field, the Air Jordan 4 “US Super Nintendo” Custom pays homage to the Bay Area hoop squad with a vintage NBA Jam aesthetic and a bit of irony.

Tongue tagging sees trophy accolades on the left, but also features a screenshot that reads ‘Cleveland Wins!’ Maybe made before Monday? Hard to call, but awesome either way.