OG – Original or Original Release.
First, OG may refer to the original shoe colorways at the time of its initial release, i. H. Air Jordan 1 “Bred” is an OG. But it can also refer to the first release of a sneaker.
Grade School or GS refers to the revised sizes of popular sneaker silhouettes. Grade School models have a smaller and narrower construction and are specifically designed to support a foot smaller than the average man and offer the perfect fit for girls and teenagers.
SE – Special Edition. PE – Player Exclusive. Shoes that are made exclusively for an athlete and are not intended to be placed on the market. Jumpman – This should be perfectly clear: Jumpman refers to the Jordan brand logo – the image of Jordan’s gravity-defying exploits on the courts.
(W) – women. (GS) – Primary School. (PS) – Preschool. (TD) – Toddler. (I) -Toddler.
The Air Zoom Infinity Tour, designed by Brooks Koepka, is also expected to be available soon. Part of the brand’s special-edition offerings that are usually hard to come by, these Nike NRG (playing with energy) releases are causing a lot of hype in the footwear market.
If you want an in-depth look at the upcoming basketball model, you’ve come to the right place. This particular version was purchased from Air-Knight.com and is a “GC” which means it has an XDR rubber outsole and is only available in China.
Nike sneaker terminology
PRM: PRM stands for “Premium“. Nike’s PRM sneakers are a little better than GRs, usually because they’re made with premium materials and embellished with intricate details.
Whether an Air Jordan 1 was from 1985 or 2001, an unworn pair was sold as “Deadstock“, “DS” or most likely “DEADSTOCK”. This redefinition didn’t necessarily suit those whose sneaker lives predated the term.
Here is a brief explanation of some key terms outlined on the /r/FashionReps page: QC: Quality Control, which means users post an ordered item to ask other users if they are good quality replicas. LC: Legit Check is a tag used to verify whether the purchased product is genuine or not.
Ep stands for Engineered Performance. Manufactured from highly durable rubber for extended outdoor play.
W means women’s size, and W size is 1.5 smaller than men’s size (so a 9 for men would be 10.5 W)