Jordan Brand will once again bring back to life an original pair of Air Jordan 1s in the Retro High OG format. A color scheme we have yet to see re-release in true form, the UNC Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG is apart of JB’s Holiday 2015 lineup.
Any sneakerhead will know that the UNC theme comes from Michael Jordan’s college days of playing for University of North Carolina. This pair originally release in 1985, but we have yet to see a return in true original format. It is worth noting that the brand has dropped mids and other models inspired by the Tarheels.
Featuring dark powder blue overlays with a white, premium leather upper. A release date for the UNC Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG has yet to be announced but stay tuned.
This particular rendition of the Air Jordan 7 was inspired by a vibrant printed sweater and shorts that Michael Jordan wore on camera in an iconic McDonalds commercial alongside Larry Bird. Thanks to the internet we have found pictures as well as video of that commercial and another clip of Michael wearing the fit in Barcelona. Take a look at both videos below to see this inspirational outfit that inspired the upcoming Air Jordan 7 “Sweater.”
Are you planning on copping the Air Jordan 7 “Sweater” or is it too colorful for your taste?
Yea, you read that right! A pair of the newly remastered Air Jordan 7 “French Blue’s” were recently spotted at a Ross store for only $54.99! That’s not even one third the price of a Jordan retros nowadays. Shout out to @KaseyKeys for providing the picture above demonstrating that the Air Jordan 7 was indeed found for only $54.99. That just goes to show, that with a little persistence and patience (and luck), you can still find insane deals out there on shoes, even on new Nike and Air Jordan releases. I think I’m about to hit up Ross right now, maybe they have a size 10 chillin’ in the shoe rack waiting to get swooped up by yours truly.
“People are like, ‘Beyoncé’s hot. Got a nice fucking ass.’ I’m like, ‘Cool, I like skinny white chicks with big tits.’”
Someone call the Beygency — there’s an unconverted rock star on the run. Actually, it’s not too big a surprise. Kid Rock comes off as a big skeptic of mainstream pop in his Rolling Stone cover story, and Beyoncé isn’t spared. But he didn’t find it in his heart to at least limit his criticism to her music.
He told Rolling Stone he is “flabbergasted” by Beyoncé worship, saying, “Beyoncé, to me, doesn’t have a fucking ‘Purple Rain,’ but she’s the biggest thing on Earth. How can you be that big without at least one ‘Sweet Home Alabama’ or ‘Old Time Rock & Roll’? People are like, ‘Beyoncé’s hot. Got a nice fucking ass.’ I’m like, ‘Cool, I like skinny white chicks with big tits.’ Doesn’t really fucking do much for me.”
Perhaps Rock doesn’t hang around with many fans of “Crazy in Love” or “Single Ladies (Put a Ring On It)” or “Drunk in Love.”
He has been hanging around with the likes of Hank Williams, Jr. and Bob Seger, the latter of which wrote “F.O.A.D.” (aka, Fuck Off and Die) for Rock’s new album First Kiss. He also bought his 500-acre property in Troy, Ala., from a tip from Williams — sight unseen — to go along with his houses in Michigan, Malibu and Nashville.
Extolled as the Audi model closest to motorsport heritage, this revamped high-performance ride from the four rings boasts a mid-engine V10 mid-engine providing 610 horsepower, clocking 3.2 seconds during the 0 to 100 km/h sprint. The German car manufacturer is calling the new R8 the most powerful and fastest production model to screech out of the Audi factories, which essentially says everything you need to know.