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Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG “Dark Marina Blue” Releases February 16th

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Teased throughout the better half of 2021, the Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG “Dark Marina Blue” was confirmed as part of Jordan Brand’s Spring 2022 retro collection on December 10th, 2021. Ahead of the pair’s February 16th release date, the shoes have emerged via official images.

Undoubtedly a nod to the model’s original “Royal Blue” colorway, the upcoming sneakers add yet another tally to the legacy of Peter Moore’s 37-year-old design. A “Black” smooth leather base sets the stage for the titular “Dark Marina Blue” hue, which takes over every overlay across the upper from forefoot to lower heel. Profile swooshes also indulge in the Air Jordan 1‘s rich blue color, as do laces and “NIKE AIR”-branded labels on the top of the tongue; collars and “Wings” insignias on the lateral ankle flap take notes from their 1985-predecessor and opt for a pitch dark arrangement that further allows its blue counterpart to revel in the spotlight. Underfoot, the tall retro features a “White” midsole coupled with an outsole dipped in its principal color, a combination that resembles past Nike Dunk drops.

Enjoy official product shots of the next Jordan 1 here below, and head over to Nike SNKRS on February 16th to try your luck at a pair.

For more from the NIKE, Inc. empire, check out all Nike Air Max 97 styles prepped for the silhouette’s 25th anniversary celebration.

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UPDATE (12/02/2021):

A release date is expected on January 22nd, 2022.

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UPDATE (01/01/2022):

A release date is now expected for February 16th, 2022.

Air Jordan 1 “Dark Marina Blue”

Release Date: Feb 16th, 2022 (Wednesday)

Color: Dark Marina Blue/Black/White

Mens: $170
Style Code: 555088-404

Grade School: $120
Style Code: 575441-404

Little Kids: N/A
Style Code: AQ2664-404

Infant & Toddler: N/A
Style Code: AQ2665-404

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Billionaire Jeff Skoll Asks $33 Million for Hilltop Beverly Hills Estate

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For those chosen few with $33 million to spare, this promontory estate makes a pretty good investment case for itself. Comprised of two adjacent parcels spanning 1.5 acres in what is arguably the most desirable neighborhood pocket of Beverly Hills, with spectacular views of the Downtown Los Angeles skyline, the Pacific Ocean and everything in between, the land itself will draw wows from visitors.

Then there are the two side-by-side homes; combined, the structures span more than 10,000 square feet of living space. There’s a large contemporary mansion, built in 1999, with a backyard infinity pool. The smaller house is a circa-1951 Tudor that could probably use a decorative sprucing-up, though it’s also imbued with more great views and privacy. Both properties are owned by Jeff Skoll, who has a personal net worth approaching $6 billion, according to both Forbes and the Bloomberg Billionaires Index.

Skoll, 57, joined eBay in the mid-1990s and was the company’s first president, which brought the Canadian tech titan much of his billions. But today, the general public may know Skoll more for Participant, the L.A.-based film production and media firm he founded in 2004. Over the past 18 years, Participant (and Skoll, by extension) has produced and/or financed upwards of 100 films, including 2015’s “Spotlight” and 2018’s “Green Book,” both of which won Best Picture at the Academy Awards.

As for the real estate, it’s not yet clear why Skoll is selling his longtime L.A. home base. But the $33 million asking price is for both structures together; buyers may also opt to purchase either of the homes separately from the other. The contemporary estate carries a nearly $25 million price tag, while the humbler Tudor pile is asking a hair under $8 million. Skoll acquired the former property in early 2005, paying $11 million, and added the latter in 2014 for an additional outlay of $6 million.

Fred Bernstein and Ethan Peskowitz of Westside Estate Agency hold the listings.

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More Nike Dunks Are Restocking This Month

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Find out when you can cop them here.

The black and white colorway of the Nike Dunk Lows isn’t the only iterations that are restocking soon. There is also a high-top version of the shoe that will be up for grabs.

Nike confirmed that joining the restock is the Dunk High in the simplistic black and white color scheme predominantly on the leather upper. There’s also a similarly-styled women’s version of the shoe, which features a red Nike tongue tag and white Nike branding on the footbed, while the men’s pair dons a black and white tag with orange hits on the insole. A white midsole and a solid black outsole complete the look.

The restock of the Nike Dunk High in the black and white colorway will take place on Jan. 27 at Nike.com for $115. 

Nike Dunk High

Release Date: 01/27/22

Color: White/Total Orange/Black

Style #: DD1399-105

Price: $115

Nike Dunk High Black White DD1399 105 Lateral
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Nike Dunk High Black White DD1399 105 Medial
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Nike Dunk High Black White DD1399 105 Top
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Nike Dunk High Black White DD1399 105 Heel
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Nike Dunk High Black White DD1399 105 Outsole
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First Look at the Fear of God x Adidas Collab

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Releasing later this year.

Jerry Lorenzo shook up the sneaker world in Dec. 2020 when he parted ways with Nike and joined Adidas to lead the brand’s basketball category. Since then, things have been fairly quiet for the partnership but now, we’re finally our first glimpse at what’s to come from the duo.

Earlier today, the Fear of God designer shared images on Instagram of the FOG Athletics x Adidas installation at Innersect exhibition in Shanghai. At the center of the installation is a co-branded Fear of God x Adidas hoodie in a yellow colorway with blue branding. According to Lorenzo, the Adidas logo used on the piece is the same logo used by the brand’s basketball line from 1950 to 1971, which was arguably its most defining era.

There is currently no release info available for the Fear of God Athletics x Adidas collection, but Lorenzo confirmed that the Fear of God x Adidas will hit shelves later this year.

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Fear of God Athletics x Adidas Hoodie Logo
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