Air Jordan 14 Retro – Desert Sand/Black-White ($190)

A new earth-toned colorway covers the Air Jordan 14 Retro, a model with an interior lacing mode to secure the foot and a design inspired by the Ferrari F355F1. Clean khaki suede covers the entire upper, with white adding contrast on the heel and outsole, along with infrared hits in the same places. Black appears on the liner, tongue, laces, and on the Jumpman Shield logo on the ankle.

Available May 15th in-store at our Teaneck location and by email order at

Air Jordan 3 Retro – White/Fire Red-Cement Grey ($190)

Last released as a limited shoe whose proceeds went to Hurricane Katrina relief in 2005, the iconic Air Jordan 3 Retro featuring fire red returns. Hits of fire red on the midsole under the heel, eyelets, tongue liner, and Jumpman logos on the heel and tongue add pop to the white upper made of smooth, perforated, and tumbled leather.

Men’s sizes are only available through Copdate raffle (see our Instagram for more details). GS, PS, and Toddler sizes will be available tomorrow, May 12th in-store only. First come, first serve.

Air Jordan 3 Retro Tinker NRG – White/Black-Fire Red ($200)

Tinker Hatfield’s journey to craft the Air Jordan 3 is well-chronicled, as it even appeared on an episode of the Netflix series Abstract: The Art of Design. His original sketch of the Air Jordan 3 included more branding, with a Swoosh on the lateral panel and “NIKE” stitched on the collar of the medial panel. Though that version was scrapped for the minimal masterpiece that became the Air Jordan 3, this release brings back the design that Tinker explored at the shoe’s early stages. Tinker’s signature is stitched into the inside of the tongue, and the iconic “Nike Air” branding appears on the heel.

Available now in-store only at our Teaneck location. First come, first serve.

Air Jordan 10 Retro – Dark Shadow/True Red-Black ($190)

An OG colorway of the Air Jordan 10 is back. The black and grey colorway first landed in 1995, and this version successfully adopts the same materials and details as the original model, down to the direction the red Jumpman faces, the quality of leather used on the uppers, and even the checkered black and gray liner.

Available tomorrow, April 21st in-store at our Teaneck location. First come, first serve. Any remaining pairs will be available for email order after 1pm EST.

Air Jordan 1 Low GG – Black/Metallic Gold-White ($80) 

A girls’ Air Jordan 1 Low arrives with a lot of flair. A patent leather upper has a black base with a gold Swoosh and Wings logo embroidered on the heel. White Jumpman and 23 logos hit the tongue which pair with the midsole, and for a classic finish, a classic gumsole is used.

Available now in-store at our Teaneck location and by email order at

The Air Jordan 1 Mid gets pebbled leather hits on the upper on two models that play off of well-known colorways. One “Reverse Banned” colorway switches the iconic red and black panels to highlight red, leaving pebbled black leather on the toe, heel, Swoosh, and collar. Black smooth leather hits the majority of the shoe, leaving grey tumbled leather on the same panels as the other model for a nice twist on the “Shadow” colorway.

Available now in-store at our Teaneck location and by email order at

Air Jordan 1 Mid – Team Red/Black-Summit White ($110)

Air Jordan 1 Mid – Black/Dark Grey-Summit White ($110)

Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG – Black/Metallic Gold ($160)

With the NBA mid-season mark arriving soon, this  “City of Flight” Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG commemorates MJ’s first All-Star appearance in LA 33 years ago. Adding some sheen to the black premium leather upper, metallic gold sits below the black Swoosh, on the Wings logo, and tongue tag. For a nice twist on the silhouette, the outsole gets a translucent icy sole for a clean finish.

Available tomorrow, January 10th in-store at our Teaneck location and by email order at

Blue Lagoon and Orange Peel colorways of the iconic Air Jordan 1 Retro inspired by Michael Jordan’s 1991 Gatorade ad campaign have hit the shelves. The “Be Like Mike” slogan endures on this model, as it’s stitched on the inside of the tongue, as is the Gatorade lightning bolt which appears on the heel of both models. To reinforce the co-branding, each colorway has a translucent outsole that reveals the Gatorade logo, as do the footbeds.

Available now in mens and GS sizes in-store at our Teaneck location and by email order at

Air Jordan 1 High OG “Gatorade” – Blue Lagoon ($150-$175)

Air Jordan 1 High OG “Gatorade” – Orange Peel ($150-$175)

Air Jordan 13 Retro Premium Heiress – Dark Raisin/Hydrogen Blue-Hydrogen Blue ($190)

A late holiday edition of the Air Jordan 13 Retro arrives for the ladies with this deep purple “Heiress” model.  Semi-iridescent smooth leather covers the upper which sits over a grey-blue outsole for contrast, resulting in a sleek and minimal dressing of the famed Jordan 13.

Available Saturday, December 23rd in-store at our Teaneck location and by email order at

Air Jordan 13 Retro – Black/Altitude Green ($190)

In February 2005, the black and “altitude green” Air Jordan 13 Retro hit the shelves, and in 2010 a version with a mesh portion arrived. 12 years after the first release, this version brings back the original materials with tumbled leather on the quilted upper with hits of green on the tongue Jumpman, the outsole, and the hologram logo on the heel.

Available tomorrow, December 21st in-store at our Teaneck location and by email order at