Share This Page: This Week's Heat: AJ 12 'Deep Royal Blue', UA Curry 3 'Grey Matter', and more. Air Jordan 12 Retro ‘Deep Royal Blue’ – 130690-400 – 11/10/16 The Jordan brand is dropping a blue suede rendition of the Air Jordan 12 to give you a pop of color in the fall. The AJ 12 comes from a pedigree of luxury with its heritage of premium leather for on-court performance, but now it’s time to lace up a premium fashion Jordan. Draped in Deep Royal Blue suede with traditional, blue leather overlays, the Air Jordan 12 sets you up with a vibrant look for the season. The upper is accent by stark white on the Jordan branding across the tongue, heel and insole. The sole unit matches the blue upper and has a herringbone traction pattern and a black and grey carbon fiber midfoot plate. The Air Jordan 12 Retro ‘Deep Royal Blue’ will be available on Saturday, Nov. 12th, in stores only. They will be in men’s for $190, grade schoolers’ for $140, preschoolers’ for $80, toddlers’ for $60 and crib shoes for $50. Want to cop these vivid blue Jordans, check out Where to Cop for details on where to get yours. Under Armour Curry 3 ‘Grey Matter’ – 1269279-035 – 11/12/16 Steph Curry’s latest sneaker the Curry 3 ‘Grey Matter’ drops this weekend, and it’s a sneaker built for performance. Curry’s new mid-top silhouette is crafted with Under Armour’s Threadborne upper material, which houses high tension threads in the woven upper to deliver ideal support and breathability. A molded heel and carbon fiber plates around the ankle add protection and stability to your game. The sole unit houses a carbon fiber midfoot shank for torsional rigidity. The ‘Grey Matter’ is covered in varying grey hues from heel to toe. The Threadborne upper is a light grey that jumps to darker shades on the back third of the sneaker. The lining is soft, black fabric, and Curry’s trademark saying, “I can do all things,” is printed on the heel. The silhouette sits on an off-white outsole with a herringbone traction pattern. The Under Armour Curry 3 ‘Grey Matter’ drops on Saturday, Nov. 12th, in stores and online. Check out Where to Cop for details. They will be in men’s sizes for $150.