Celebrating their grand opening yesterday, Jordan Heads Brooklyn is a consignment sneaker boutique at 302 Malcolm X Boulevard in the Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood. Distinguishing them from their competitors, Jordan Heads is an Air Jordan-only consignment sneaker boutique founded and operated by Brooklyn native Calvan Fowler. The boutique aims to provide Jordan Heads and fellow sneaker enthusiasts highly in-demand Air Jordan sneakers along with an experience that will take every Michael Jordan fan down memory lane. The boutique is outfitted with Air Jordan memorabilia such as sneakers, jerseys, T-shirts, key chains, artwork, magazines, posters and more. As Calvan explains:
“This boutique is the holy shrine to his airness, Michael Jordan, who has left unforgettable memories, from his aggressive skills and championship winning accomplishments to his stylish and iconic basketball sneakers. There’s no better place to be when Air Jordan is the topic.”Following the store’s opening, Calvan will also be releasing a documentary on the Air Jordan sneaker obsession, titled Jordan Heads. The boutique is a byproduct of the film, directed by Calvan Fowler and executive produced by director/actor and Manhattan native Michael Rapaport. The film is currently in post-production, set to release in 2015. Watch the film’s teaser trailer below and stop by the new boutique should you find yourself in Brooklyn.
Just earlier today we posted the Air Jordan 1 “Red Elephant” and here comes already the next hot Jordan Brand release. The iconic high top sneaker comes in a new Black/Cement-White-Varsity Red colorway and due to its similarity to the original Supreme Dunk Low, it is also being labeled as the Air Jordan 1 “Un-Supreme.” The sneaker comes with a buttery soft black leather upper and contrasting cement elephant print throughout. Minor hits of varsity red set some nice accents. With a release date set for January 2016, you can expect these to be a strong start into the new year, especially for a Jordan Brand shoe that is not returning in its OG colorway.