Air Jordan Fusion 4 “Cement Grey”

Air Jordan Fusion 4 Cement GreyYesterday, we showed you what may be the most talked-bout pair of Fusion sneakers in a long time. Many of you stated that it was one of the freshest Fusions ever seen, however, while release date info is still uncertain, we now have spotted yet another upcoming Air Jordan Fusion 4 release.

Obviously, this Fusion draws inspirations from the infamous Air Jordan IV “Cement Grey”. It features a predominately white leather upper with cement grey straps, black laceholders and a red Jumpman logo on the tongue. As with previous Fusion models, this sneaker features the Air Force 1 sole which contains a transparent cement midsole and a white outsole. The Air Jordan IV “Cement Grey” is arguably one of better Jordan sneakers ever created; therefore, is this particular sneaker disrespecting the classic or is this one of the better Fusions seen yet?

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Nike Air Force 1 “Black History Month 2009″

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Nike presents once again an Air Force 1 for the Black History Month 2009. This is certainly one of the nicer releases we have seen over the years for the occasion, because Nike worked with smart and subtle details on the upper.

“This limited edition sneaker features a predominately black leather upper with red and green accents on the inner lining, tongue and heel. The latter area also features the centennial logo of the African American culture surrounded by 44 stars. Obviously, this sneaker contains the same colorway of the African-American flag. More red and green is seen in the form of contrast stitching seen throughout the upper. To finish it off, this sneaker is complimented with a icy, clear sole. Supposedly, this feature represents the marble courtroom floors of the U.S. Supreme Court in which the African American culture won many civil rights battles. This release is all the more interesting seeing that 2009 marks the 100th year anniversary of the NAACP’s existence.” Via Nicekicks/The305.

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Air Jordan 4 (IV) / Air Force One Fusion – Fire Reds Posted on 19 January 2009

We already previewed the black / cement colorway in this fusion series, and today we feature another adored colorway, the Fire Reds. They sport a predominantly white leather upper along with black straps and red accents. They are a hybrid of the Air Jordan 4 (IV) model and the classic Air Force One. The upper strongly resembles the Jordan model while the sole is reminiscent of the classic Air Force One. Unfortunately, unlike the Air Jordan 4 (IV), they do not feature a mesh overlay o nthe side panels but instead, perforations can be seen in their place. How do you guys think these stack up to preview fusions? via NiceKicks.

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24K Gold Custom Air Force 1’s

24K Gold Custom Air Force 1’s

Sole Brother has just received some tight 24K gold custom made Air Force 1’s. They feature a white upper with 24K gold detailed accents throughout the shoe. Check some more pics after the break.

24K Gold Custom Air Force 1’s

24K Gold Custom Air Force 1’s

24K Gold Custom Air Force 1’s

Nike Air Force Jordan VII

Concepts will be releasing two colorways of the Air Force Jordan VII this weekend. There is a white/lime green colorway and a more classic black/white colorway, that you can check out after the jump.

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Air Jordan Force V (5) Fusion

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This is by far one of the best colorways of the Air Jordan Force V Fusion, featuring colors from the original Air Jordan V in white, varsity red and black. The rubber mesh on the sideof the AJ5 makes it on the side of these, the signature 3M tongue, as well as the lace clip make it on to these. Very hot! Expect these June 14th, 2008. Via LAMJC
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Nike Air Jordan Force 12 – Red Colorway

We have already presented to you the Air Jordan Force 12, the fusion of the Air Force 1 and the Air Jordan 12, at the time in the white/black colorway. Here we show you the white/red colorway. The red accents appear around the toe box as well as on the back heel.
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