Trophy Room x Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG “Freeze Out”
Release: Feb 10 Retail: $190
The Nike x Trophy Room collaboration brings us the first pair of Jordan kicks designed by Trophy Room founder and Michael’s son Marcus Jordan. Marcus chose the classic Chicago colorway for his design. The glitter-dust finish comments on Michael’s ‘freezing out’ of the 1985 All-Star game. Michael’s signature stamped on the heel is a nod to the famous pair recently sold in auction for upwards of $100,000. Nike has limited the release to just 12,000 pairs.
Air Jordan 1 High ’85 “Neutral Grey” Air Jordan 1 High ’85 “Neutral Grey”
Release: Feb 10 Retail: $200
One of the few original 1985 releases of the Jordan 1’s, the “Natural Grey” colorway is getting a revamp. The February 2021 drop, “Neutral Grey,” are predominantly white leather upper, paired with a grey Swoosh on the sides and matching ankle collar. The kicks dropped Feb. 10.
Air Jordan 5 Retro “Anthracite”
Release: Feb 6 Retail: $190
The Jordan 5’s have been enjoying a lot of love in 2021. After the University Blues colorway dropped in January, the Anthracite design’s turn has come. Jordan Brand has been quoted saying, the “Anthracite” is something of a proof of concept, with reflective materials moved from the tongue and divided amongst the instep and quarter panels. The black upper and clear panels on the sides and eyelets couple with a black midsole with silver accents and a translucent outsole for a sleek, understated kick.
Air Jordan 6 Retro “Carmine”
Release: Feb13 Retail: $200
It has been 30 years since Michael Jordan won his first NBA title. The first shoe Jordan dropped as an NBA champion was the Jordan 6 in the OG “Carmine” colorway. As one of the designs Michael wore on-court, the Carmine Jordan 6’s are unique for the sharp contrast seen in the shoes upper. One of the more striking colorways Carmines have been a favorite since their introduction on Michael’s first NBA Championship ring ceremony.
Adidas “Harden Vol. 5”
Release: Feb 5–Crystal White/Cloud White/Royal Blue // Feb15-Icy Pink & Solar Red Retail: $130
Adidas and James Harden have hit February hard. The Harden Vol. 5 release has had three colorways drop thus far this month. After the success of the Harden Vol. 4, Adidas doubled down on the innovations. The Boost midsole technology from the 4’s have returned for the 5’s, as has the Lightstrike grips as well.
Reebok x Allen Iverson “The Question” Mid
Release: Feb18 Retail: $160
First We Feast x Complex Magazine’s interview show “Hot Ones” is getting down with Reebok again. Last year, the Shaqnosis design (Shaquille O’Neal’s Reebok shoe) got a redesign in collaboration with the show known for having the hottest hot sauces. This year, Allen Iverson’s “The Question” is getting the collab treatment. The hot red leather uppers salute the show’s hottest sauce ‘The Last Dab Apollo.’ The Hot One’s logo is on the back heel and a scoville meter is hidden under the laces on the tongue.
Ken Griffey Max I “Freshwater”
Release: Feb 15 Retail: $170
The iconic Griffey Max I is turning 25 this year. To commemorate the anniversary, Nike is re-releasing the original, Freshwater colorway. The 90’s design, the chunky mid-ankle and tongue, the white leather base and Seattle inspired aquamarine accents are all maintained with the latest drop.The signature ankle strap finishes the original, mega-popular design of the Kid’s kicks.