Jordan Brand

At the tender age of 1, Asahd Khaled already has his very own Jordan Brand collection. The young icon recently visited Kids Foot Locker’s Times Square Flagship store to  shop his new JORDAN x ASHAD Collection. The collection includes apparel which debuted back in February as well as new pieces such as tees, jerseys, hoodies, jackets and joggers for the back-to-school season. If you’re interested in purchasing anything from the JORDAN x ASHAD Collection, click here.

Check out Asahd pick out his favorite pieces from the collection and let us know if you have a little one that you’d also like to swag out.

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Earlier this week we gave you a recap of the first three days of the Russell Westbrook’s “Why Not?” Asia Tour. Now that the tour is officially over, here’s a recap of the secong leg of the week long tour.

Westbrook was thrilling thousands of fans, as well as spending time with and inspiring hundreds of local children (including those in the WINGS program), at stops in Shanghai, Beijing and Tokyo. A recap of Day 4-7 can be seen below, while images of what went down can be found up top

BEIJING
Day 4: NBA China 5V5 Tournament Dunk Contest and Dongdan Sunday Sunset Attack
10:00 a.m.: Russ does a morning workout before the day begins.
3:50 p.m.: Russ arrives at the Dongdan soccer field to judge the NBA China 5v5 tournament dunk contest. Russ’s advice to the dunkers? “Be creative and show me something I have never seen before,” he says. The champion earns a 10 for a baseline, back-handed slam over other participants.
4:35 p.m.: Russ heads to a nearby streetball court, the iconic Dongdan Court, for a weekly “Sunday Sunset” attack. He meets the founder of the event, known as the “Beijing Russell Westbrook,” and participates in a friendly game of knockout with the local players.
5:00 p.m.: Russ coaches “Team Russ” against streetballers from around the city. The crowd cheers “MVP RUSS!” and he completes the MVP tradition of signing a sticker and putting it on the basket backboard.
5:20 p.m.: At a nearby hotel, Russ takes questions from local and international media.

TOKYO
Day 5: Unbanned Screening
9:05 a.m.: Russ takes a three-hour flight to his third and final stop of the tour, Tokyo.
6:00 p.m.: Russ heads to Toho Cinema for a special screening of Unbanned: The Legend of AJ1.
6:10 p.m.: Russ enters the theater dancing to the opening music of the Unbanned film. The host, Chris, asks him about his style, his first pair of Jordans and why he’s excited to be in Japan.
6:30 p.m.: Russ does some quick shopping before heading back to the hotel for a workout.
7:30 p.m.: Russ goes out for a traditional Japanese meal.

TOKYO
Day 6: Gallery 2, Nike Harajuku, Tokyo City Fashion Tour and Allday Street Tournament
9:00 a.m.: Despite being the longest and most packed day of the tour, Russ sneaks in a morning workout.
10:30 a.m.: Sporting blue sunglasses, Russ checks out Gallery 2, a basketball-focused shop in Shibuya, and meets with a group known as the Authentic Ballers. There, he watches as kids compete to show off their most explosive verticals.
11:00 a.m.: Russ goes to Nike Harajuku to interact with the crowd and do a live interview. Russ talks to several superfans, including one who does animations of OKC players and another who flew to the United States to see 30 games in-person last year.
11:40 a.m.: Russ begins his fashion tour of Tokyo and is joined by his mother. He visits shops such as Sacai, GR8, Facetasm and United Arrows and Sons. He meets with fashion designers, including Sacai’s Chitose Abe.
12:40 p.m.: Designers from Facetasm present Russ with custom Why Not? apparel pieces, and he does some quick shopping, too.
1:30 p.m.: Russ has lunch.
3:30 p.m.: Russ participates in interviews with top Tokyo basketball, fashion and lifestyle media at a local boutique hotel.
5:00 p.m.: After a quick wardrobe change into a Why Not? Tour T-shirt, Jordan DryFit 23 Alpha shorts and a pair of his signature sneakers, Russ does his final appearance of the day at YoYogi Park. He coaches kids in the Why Not? clinic, where he has a blast interacting with young basketball talent. He then participates in a knockout tournament, the Allday Street Tournament, and a 5-on-5 exhibition pickup game. He ends the day by taking selfies with fans outside.

TOKYO
Day 7: Sensō-ji Temple
10:00 a.m.: Russ arrives at the gates of Sensō-ji Temple, the city’s oldest and most popular temple. The name of the gate, Kaminarimon, translates to “Thunder Gate” in Japanese. The word is written on the temple’s central lantern, as well.
10:15 a.m.: Wearing a new version of his floral Why Not? apparel collection, Russ takes photos in front of the “Thunder Gate” and speaks with local media about his time in Tokyo and his interest in Japanese culture.
10:25 a.m.: Russ does some shopping nearby for his son, Noah.
1:00 p.m.: Russ says goodbye to Asia and heads to the airport after another successful tour.

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