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For those of you who might have given up on attempting to cop the KAWS x Air Jordan IV... Keep hope alive! Because, the artist behind the design, Brian Donnelly himself, took to his Instagram account to announce that even more pairs of the kicks will be available in the near future for retail price. Donnelly stated that in order to get access [more like a slim chance] to the coveted kicks you have to sign up for the KAWS e-mail list at, where further direction will be provided when an e-mail blast will be sent out sometime next week. Honestly, we think it's worth a shot if you're still interested in copping the sneaker because, if you check eBay right now, don't be surprised to see starting bids set at $2,000. With that being said, who's planning on giving it a shot? Let us know in the comments.



We've been hyping the release of the Air Jordan XI Low 'University Blue' also known as the 'UNC' colorway for quite some time now but, we definitely have our reasoning for doing so. This sneaker hasn't seen the light of day since it dropped in April of 2001 and with the sneaker finally making a comeback this Saturday, let's just say these joints are vault worthy especially being that the Tar Heels just won their 7th NCAA national championship.

And now Nike+ is allowing you to reserve a pair right now via Log on to your Nike+ account and see if the good brothers and sisters at the Swoosh will grant you Early Access for the classic kicks. The sneaker featuring a crisp, white, Cordura mesh upper complete with a 'University Blue' patented leather mudguard with matching accents throughout the sneaker, a white midsole, and translucent outsole is set to drop April 15th for a retail price tag of $175 in adult sizes and $130 in grade school sizes.

Hit Nike+ and let us know if Nike granted you Early Access to the Air Jordan XI Low 'University Blue' AKA 'UNC' in the comment section below.


Last evening, the Jordan Brand Classic took place in Brooklyn, NY and featured the future of collegiate basketball which showcased four future Wildcats, a trio of Huskies, an unfortunate foot injury for Kentucky recruit in Jarred Vanderbilt, Brandon Randolph took home the Regional Game MVP trophy, and the Hurricanes' newest shooting guard in Lonnie Walker took home the Jordan Brand Classic MVP award after putting up 19 points and 2 steals in just 15 minutes of play.

All the while, we were focused on the the talent that was being displayed, some of us sneakerheads couldn't help but notice some of the athletic foot work that the Jumpman pumped out for the event. A black and gold accented Air Jordan XXXI complete with a patented leather heel, an Air Jordan XXXI Low dressed in 'Cool Grey' complete with metallic gold accents, even Chris Paul's Jordan CP3.X AE was spotted in both Team Red and Blue. And lastly, Carmelo Anthony's Jordan Melo M13 dressed in White/Team Red and Black/Team Blue.

It's unfortunate that these joints might not ever see the light of day for the general public because these PEs are fire. Let us know which pair you favor in the comment section below.