Jordan Brand Brings Solid Colors to the Super.Fly 2017

As one of Jordan Brand’s newest models, the Super.Fly 2017 as seen its fair share of exposure in its short lifespan thus far, from being debuted by Blake Griffin to getting an infrared makeover last month. Now, Jumpman is toning it down just a little bit with the announcement of two simpler colorways of the sneaker. Constructed with a lightweight mesh and synthetic nubuck overlays, the sneaker is now being offered in either a dark navy blue or a bright red color. Both colors see the signature Jumpman logo plastered along the outside by the heel, as well as “Flight” written in cursive along the sneaker’s tongue and along the back. The entire sneaker’s body sits atop a textured white rubber outsole.

The new colorways of the Jordan Super.Fly 2017 are available now at select Jordan Brand retailers for $140 USD. In related Jordan Brand news, take a look at latest golf version of the Air Jordan 13.

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Diamond Supply Co. and Steve Aoki Team Up for Collaborative Collection

Diamond Supply Co. has joined forces with music producer Steve Aoki for some new additions to the brand’s 2017 fall/winter collection. Focusing completely on tops, the collection features a handful of long and short sleeve shirts coming in an assortment of different colors and possessing different graphics. The collection’s stand out piece sees a black satin bomber jacket with raglan sleeves decorated with custom dragon art on both sides and Aoki’s name embroidered on the back. Other key pieces from the capsule include the black and white T-shirts that sport the same dragon graphic and the pullover hoodies that feature a skull, diamond, and red sun graphic printed on the rear.

With prices ranging from $38 USD to $145 USD, the entire Steve Aoki x Diamond Supply Co. collection is available now at the brand’s flagship locations in Los Angeles, New York City, and San Francisco, as well as on Diamond Supply Co.’s official web store.

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Saucony's 8500 Grid MD Model Gets Dressed in Denim for Special "Boro" Pack

Saucony’s latest drop comes in the form of combining two of its most notable models. Its Grid 8000 and 9000 have been joined to create a Grid 8500 MD silhouette. The hybrid has been dressed up in two denim options that are certain to take your fits to an intriguing level. Its first choice presents a frayed look throughout its denim upper along with white coloring on its logos, inner lining and midsole. Its second option presents an argyle print on its toebox and underlay that’s contrasted by off white coloring on its laces, midsole and inner lining. Branding can be found on each option via its lateral and medial sides in addition to tongue tabs.

Each pair retails for $120 USD and is currently available at select Saucony retailers such as Oneness.

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"Despacito" Surges on to Become the First YouTube Video to Reach 3 Billion Views

The last time we discussed Luis Fonsi’s “Despacito” video it broke Wiz Khalifa’sSee You Again” record for the most views on YouTube.  This time around the Daddy Yankee assisted video is back to break another milestone. As of recently, Fonsi’s popular visual has become the first video to hit 3 billion views on YouTube.

Surprisingly to some, the song has reached this astounding number without starring Justin Bieber, who has arguably given the track its popular push thanks to his contribution to its remix. Nonetheless, a congratulations is in order to Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee as “Despacito” has also become the first Spanish-speaking song to top the charts for twelve consecutive weeks since “Maracrena” back in 1996.

Take a look at Fonsi’s sign of appreciation below and let us know your thoughts.

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Jordan Brand Unveils New Football Uniforms for the University of North Carolina

Michael Jordan keeps his love for his alma mater, the University of North Carolina, no secret, with releases of special sneaker colorways dedicated to the Tar Heels and surprising the UNC athletes with free gear over the years. Now, Jordan Brand has shared new images of the jerseys it will be making for the school’s football team. The Tar Heels will hit the field this season in three different color variants of the new look, including the team’s signature powder blue look as well as navy blue and all white versions of the jerseys. The new sets also come complete with baby blue football gloves, sporting Jordan Brand’s signature Jumpman logo on the back and the UNC logo on the front.

The Tar Heels will debut their new jerseys during the team’s home opener on September 2, when they welcome the Golden Bears from the University of California, Berkley. Scroll through the new looks above and let us know which color is your favorite.

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