One dark and one light option, both featuring multiple mesh types and accompanied by matching apparel.
All pairs will be donated to students at Johnson C. Smith University, a HBCU based in Social Status’s hometown of Charlotte, North Carolina.
Every inch of Irving’s seventh signature shoe was tuned to meet the demands of his unique style of play.
Check out official images of the classic sneaker here.
Alongside the Air Jordan 1 “Dark Mocha,” the Slam Jam x Nike Dunk “Clear Black,” Beyonce’s latest IVY PARK x adidas collection and more.
DTLR Creative Director June Sanders discussed the “Glory Years,” his love of the Kamikaze II and more in an exclusive interview with HYPEBEAST.
A murky colorway arrives on the ready-for-anything winter sneaker.
“It feels like there’s something unexpected [with Barney] that can be poignant but optimistic. Especially at this time now, I think that’s really, really needed.”
Limited to 300 pairs and with 100% of profits going to charity
Consisting of hoodies and tees adorned with dice and butterfly graphics.