The Air Jordan Brand line is a yearly set of sneakers originally serving as the signature model for Michael Jordan. Since the original debut of the Air Jordan 1 in 1985, these popular basketball shoes continue to be released and restocked in a variety of of colorways and styles. It is now the most popular signature sneaker line ever created.
PSNY x Air Jordan 15 Retro Black/Black-Sail-Black
For New York Fashion Week 2017, Public School New York released a two-shoe Air Jordan 15 pack. This pair features a complete reconstruction in black suede, contrasted by a sail outsole.
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PSNY x Air Jordan 15 Retro Medium Olive/Medium Olive-Sail
For New York Fashion Week 2017, Public School New York released a two-shoe Air Jordan 15 pack. This pair features a traditional woven upper in olive green, contrasted by a sail outsole.
Air Jordan 1 Retro High Flyknit “Banned”
Jordan Brand creates a unique blend of its classic Air Jordan 1 with Nike’s top performance material known as Flyknit. The sneaker features a full Flyknit upper, premium leather detailing on the tongue tag, insole, Wings branding and Swoosh. It also replaces the classic Nike Air sole with and updated Zoom Air unit.
Air Jordan 5 Retro “Camo”
Going back to Tinker Hatfield’s original sketch, the “Camo” Air Jordan 5 features details inspired by a classic World War II fighter jet. The shoe sports a combination of dark stucco green and Fire Red, the latter a staple color in the model’s history.
Air Jordan 6 Pinnacle “SNL”
Taking its cues from the flight jacket Michael Jordan wore as host of Saturday Night Live in 1991, this Air Jordan 6 Pinnacle features a quilted green satin upper, complemented by hits of black.
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Air Jordan 13 Retro “Bred”
Originally released in 1998, the “Bred” Air Jordan 13 makes a return to stores in 2017. Worn by Michael Jordan during his sixth and final NBA championship run, the shoe features a black ballistic mesh and leather upper, red suede trim and reflective paneling.
Air Jordan 8 Retro “Cool Grey”
A staple retro colorway since 2001, “Cool Grey” makes its presence felt on the Air Jordan 8. The release sports varying shades of grey on a suede-constructed version of the model.
Air Jordan 5 Retro “Cement”
Borrowing from its predecessor, the Air Jordan 5 sports a “Cement” colorway for the first time. Black and red accents are carryovers from the original colorways, while speckled grey detailing is found on the upper lace tabs and midsole.
Air Jordan XXX1 Low “Camo”
Falling in line with the theme of flight, the Air Jordan XXX1 Low lands in a camouflage accented colorway. Styled in green tones, the low-top features subtle white and orange accents, as well as a gum rubber outsole.