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Military

As an avid sneaker enthusiast, this Spring/Summer is going to be heating up much more than the degrees. Nike as a whole has major plans for their loyal customers which in part involves Jordan Brand in a major way. You’re going to see more major releases of Jordan’s than any other season (well that’s before the 2012 Holiday season but that’s for another post). Some of the most iconic and beloved models will be dropping starting this Saturday. I will detail below…

Air Jordan XII ‘Playoffs’
Black/White-True Red
04/21/2012
$160.00

Inspired by the land of the Rising Sun, Tinker Hatfield (the creator of some of the best Jordan’s ever) placed pronounced grooves on the upper with stitches to create that ‘Rising Sun’ effect. Tinker further stylized the Air Jordan XII, which was also inspired by a 19th century woman’s dress boot, but placed an embossed lizard-skin material at the mudguard, which also spilled to the forefoot portion of the midsole.

Air Jordan XI Low Retro
White/Black-Varsity Red
05/05/2012
$135.00

Before the holiday release of another white-on-white Air Jordan XI release we have the Air Jordan XI Low. Perfect timing with summer and the white sneaker season right around the corner, so how about getting ready for the dog days with these when the  hits retailers in white and Varsity Red. They’re undoubtedly going to be one of the summer’s standout sneaker releases.

Air Jordan XII Retro
Cool Grey/Team Orange-White
05/19/2012
$160.00

Here’s a clear case where the genders might differ a bit. And that’s not to say that girls won’t be rocking these when they drop this summer; quite to the contrary, as the immensely fashionable style put forth by this ’Cool Grey’ Air Jordan XII is as gender-versatile as it is wardrobe friendly.

Jordan Son Of Mars ‘Bred’
Black/Varsity Red-White
06/02/2012
$160.00

Say what you will regarding fusions, you hate them or you love them but they’re here to stay. From the original Dub Zero to IMO the failed AJ/AF1 we’ve had our fair share. Son Of Mars to me is a guaranteed hit. Key pieces from major models like the III, IV, V, VI & XX its going to be on of the most successful mashup designs in recent memory, and with a colorway as familiar and consistently popular as the ‘Bred’ look on this new Jordan Son of Mars, it’s poised to meet with the same positive reception as the two that have dropped so far.

Air Jordan IV Retro
White/Neutral Grey-Military Blue
06/09/2012
$160.00

In just two months, we’ll get the opportunity to snatch up the Air Jordan IV ‘Military’ again, but chances are the release won’t be anything like the previous 2006 occasion. It’s hard to believe that any OG Air Jordan colorway will sit on shelves, but that is in fact what occurred with the previous release. Don’t make that same mistake this June.

Air Jordan XII Retro
Obsidian/White-French Blue-University Blue
06/23/12
$160.00

Like the Playoffs this weekend & the Cool Grey/Team Orange in May, the last remaining un-retroed Air Jordan XII the ‘Obsidian’ leave you without a single thing to complain about if you’re an Air Jordan fanatic, and this latest viewing of the Air Jordan XII ‘Obsidian’ proves that Jordan Brand may have saved the best for last because the quality is looking, as they say, ‘on-point’.

Air Jordan VI ‘Olympic
White/Midnight Navy-Varsity Red
07/07/2012
$160.00

Jordan Brand’s plans for this Olympic summer are coming into clearer focus with upcoming releases like the ‘Gold Medal Pack’ and ‘Olympic’ Air Jordan VII.  The pair pictured above has one key advantage over these and any others that might follow in their wake: they might be the most sought after pair ever!  The Air Jordan VI Retro ‘Olympic’ helps you reminisce back to 1992 and 2000 (the last time these were released).

Air Jordan VII ‘Olympic’
White/Metallic Gold-Obsidian-True Red
07/21/2012
$160

This August, Team USA will set out to repeat what the magical Dream Team of 1992 did – win the Gold medal in completely dominant fashion. You should have the same goal in mind to completely crush all competition at the cookouts with these on your feet. This year’s Olympic squad is undoubtedly one of the best we’ve ever seen, and with three Jordan Brand signature athletes likely joining the roster, there’s a good chance that we’ll see the Air Jordan VII ‘Olympic’ back on the international stage.

Air Jordan VI/VII ‘Gold Medal’ Pack
Retro White-Gym Red-Metallic Gold-Sail/Retro Black-Metallic Gold-Sail
08/18/12
$350

With 2012 marking the 20th Anniversary of the legendary Dream Team of 1992, Nike and Jordan Brand are going full throttle with Olympic-inspired releases in order to make 2012 on of the most memorable sneaker years in history. Jordan Brand will up the ante by  introducing yet another Air Jordan Package dubbed the ‘Gold Medal’ Pack; it features the Air Jordan VII (the model worn by MJ during the ’92 Dream Team run) as well as the Air Jordan VI (worn by the original Team Jordan athlete Ray Allen during the 2000 Games) with Gold at its core.

Air Jordan IV ‘Fire Red’
White/Fire Red/Black
08/xx/2012
$160.00

After witnessing a healthy flow of Air Jordan III releases in 2011 (which marked the 23rd Anniversary of the Air Jordan III), prepare for a solid 2012 year teeming with Air Jordan IV releases. After February 2012′s ‘White/Cement’ IV release, we have June’s ‘Military Blue’ and Black Friday’s ‘Black/Red’ IV, as well as these White/Red IV’s. We last saw this original colorway in 2006, reprising its role as the ‘Mars’ edition and featuring Spike Lee’s iconic visage stamped on the heel of the shoe, but 2012′s version will come with a blank upper like the original we once knew.

So for now mark your calendars because its about to get serious. My sneaker room is about to get a few new additions.

Spring time obviously means fun times. Casual looks will be abound. Got to have a catchy time piece. the G-Shock by Casio is the ultimate casual watch. Cost efficient, multitude of colors & styles. Casio first dropped the G-Shock  in April 1983. For the next few years Casio released a handful of new models each year. The popularity of G-Shocks increased rapidly throughout the 1990s. Fell off after that but came back huge the last few years. So for spring they dropped a few styles…

GB-6900 Series

While Bluetooth watches aren’t entirely new, the GB-6900 is the first of its kind to use Bluetooth 4.0, taking advantage of this iteration’s Low Energy capabilities to maximize battery life. The watch synchronizes with your Bluetooth-equipped phone, enabling you to set alarms, change ring modes, view incoming calls, and read SMS or email messages on the watch’s innovative display.

GA-110 Series

Building off Casio’s GA-100 line with an X-Large case and Ana-Digi time keeping display, the GA-110 Collection presents a range of G-Shocks in all-over hyper coloring. Fresh for the impending warm weather, still offers G-Shock’s legendary shock and water resistance build.

G-Shock Solar Military Series

G-Shock Solar Military series features shock resistance, 200M water resistance, full auto EL backlight, world time (48 cities + UTC), 4 daily alarms and 1 snooze, 1/100th second stopwatch, countdown timer, 12/24 Hr formats, and mute function. Like camo shorts jump on this.

 

The Sky Cockpit GW-4000 Series

Noted here in a black and orange combination. The timepiece boasts the brand’s Triple G Resist shock absorbing technology, alongside Tough Solar and Multi-Band-6 sync. Yea this will pull off any warm night situation.

This spring the heat wont only be in the weather with these pieces for your wrist. Check the G-Shock website for these pieces now.

First glance you see the accents. Leather, buttons, elbows. Stand outs have to be the coats from Pea to Military inspired. Matter of fact the whole scene was cadet based. Civilians don’t fret, motorcycle jackets came in lush bonded leathers and shearlings. Suiting seemed a little different. Quilted leather sleeves and braided trim which created divisions across the waist. Accessories pop as well with quilted leather gloves and functional bags. At ease and take a look.

Phots via Style.com. Photos by Alessandro Viero