With the Olympics in full swing in Rio, not only have we paid homage to the occasion by releasing our Offspring 20Saucony Medal Pack but Nike have followed suit and the release of the Air Jordan 5 Retro white metallic gold will be launching this Saturday. The gold detailing is a great added extra to the otherwise classic black and white colour-way. These will be available online and in store.
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In homage to Michael Jordan’s successful career, including competing and winning in many categories such as the NBA Finals, the Nike Jordan 5 Retro is the first of 3 Olympic Medal inspired launches. Representing the silver medal it has kept true to it’s original colour-way with it’s black upper, red Jumpman and silver tongue.
Launching this Saturday the 11th of June, the Air Jordan 11 low in navy will be the first time this silhouette has ever featured a gum sole. Great for the Summer season this trainer will no doubt be a huge hit. Available online and in store.
22 years after its initial release, the Nike Air Jordan VIII ‘Aqua’ makes a return this week with a fully re-mastered construction, but keeping its OG color combo.
Worn originally during the 1993 All-Star Game the classic silhouette features a black Nubuck leather upper with Bright teal blue and Aqua highlights, adding a bright contrast to the back of the shoe and tongue.
Another exciting launch this weekend sees the return of the Reebok Aztec OG, originally produced in 1979.
This flexible and lightweight runner is the ultimate in comfort and this re-launch features a stitch for stitch remodelling of the iconic shoe, bringing back a collectors favourite.
To coincide with the launch Reebok have taken a step back in time and made a short film with Reebok’s co-founder, Joe Foster. In the film Joe revisits the factory in Bury where the original Aztec produced and explores the heritage and impact the shoe had then and still has now amongst collectors.
The Reebok Aztec OG will launch this Saturday 22nd and will be available online hereand in-store.
This year we were lucky enough to attend the incredible Jordan 30event in Paris. Held at the Palais de Tokyo, dubbed Palais 23 for the weekend, a nod to Michael Jordan’s jersey number.
The event ran from the 12th to the 14th June and celebrated 30 years of the Air Jordan brand and gave us the first glimpse of the 30th anniversary shoe, the ‘MTM’. It also coincided with the Quai 54 street ball tournament in which the best streetballers in the world came to compete for the title.
Showcasing a complete archive of Jordans’ and merchandise over the last 30 years, the exhibition was the ultimate Jumpman archive, honouring His Royal Airness.
Highlights of the event included: –
A fully immersive and interactive LED half-court experience, where we watched some top athletes show off their court skills. There was also the opportunity to test your own speed and flight against top players such as Carmelo Anthony, Blake Griffin and Russell Westbrook.
There was a Jordan Photo Booth where you could wear your favourite J’s and caption your photo with the story behind your shoes.
The Walter Iooss Gallery walked you through 30 years of the Jordan Brand’s greatest moments and memorabilia. Full to the brim, it was hard to know what to look at first. Visitors to this remarkable installation could take a walk through carefully curated selections that showcased current-day Jordan Brand athletes, as well as examining the most iconic artifacts and images from Jordan’s storied legacy. Paris is a city that is synonymous with creativity, art and style, which made it the ideal home for this experience
The MJ movie theatre was screening all the blockbusters and basketball classics and the Sneaker Lounge gave all the visitors a chance to talk about everything Jordan.
The experience was amazing and the exhibition embodied everything we know and love about the Air Jordan brand. Here is to the next 30 years…
An exciting collaboration between New Balance and luxury New York based store Bergdorf Goodman, the NB Grey Collection is a premium women’s collection featuring iconic New Balance classics recreated in sophisticated and unique materials and colours.
Two streamline and feminine silhouettes, the 696 and 620 are showcased in five unique styles.
All are constructed using premium leathers, adding luxe fabric detailing and two lace options. “The NB Grey collection is for the woman who loves classic, clean styling through a premium lens,” says Jennifer Lynch, New Balance Senior Product Manager.
Staying true to their aesthetic, NY based Bergdorf Goodman is a luxury goods department store that’s given new life some New Balance classics.
The collection is available online here and in selected OFFSPRING stores.
This February see’s the drop of Reebok‘s exciting collaboration with French brand Sandro with their version of the futuristic Instapump Fury , marking the styles 20th anniversary.
Taking inspiration from the ’90s aesthetic of retrofurism, the women’s version comes in a clean white and and black with coloured flashes.
This time the famously futuristic shape of the Instapump Fury has been pared back, the men’s version is showcased in a solid white and cream version or a black version with an oil-slick effect upper over the toes.
The Reebok Instapump x Sandro collaboration will launch on the 12th February and will only be available in OFFSPRING Selfridges London.
Just in time for Christmas, the much loved Air Jordan 11 is back in a “Legend Blue” colourway.
The model that Michael Jordan wore during his first NBA All-Star game when he came back from retirement has become one of Jordan’s most beloved silhouettes, causing some major hype during its December releases.
Making it a tradition to release an Air Jordan 11 during the holiday season every year, Jordan Brand has brought us an instant hit year after year and we are sure that this one wont disappoint.
The Air Jordan XI “Legend Blue” launches on Saturday 20th December online here and in selected OFFSPRING stores.