Travis Scott has teamed up with Jordan Brand for a limited edition version of the Air Jordan IV. Coined the "Travis Scott," "Cactus Jack," or "Oilers," this highly anticipated release is crafted with a light blue suede upper, features red accents, and speckled details – a colorway inspired by the Houston Oilers. They also have "Cactus Jack" branding on the heel, which is the name of Scott's record label, and include a Cactus Jack hang tag. With all the hype leading up to this Air Jordan release, they will definitely sell out instantly. Check out the pics for details, and look for the Air Jordan IV Retro "Travis Scott" dropping soon.
In recent years, you had to wait until the end of the year to get your hands on a new pair of Air Jordan XI Highs. But, not this year. First seen seven years ago, but never officially released, an all-black rendition of everyone's favorite Jordan model is here. The Air Jordan XI "Cap And Gown" is constructed with patent leather, premium nubuck, and features an icy outsole. Sure to be laced up at graduations from California to Maine, this celebratory sneaker will definitely be copped quickly. Check out the pics for a better view, and look for the Air Jordan XI "Cap And Gown" dropping soon.
What was the first sneaker legendary Nike designer Tinker Hatfield and Michael Jordan worked on? The Air Jordan III. Known for its stylish tumbled leather and unique elephant print, it's one of the most fashionable Air Jordan models ever released. Plus, to fulfill Jordan's request, they were also crafted to be comfortable "fresh out of the box." After meeting with Jordan, Tinker knew exactly what he wanted to create, but always debated one element. In early sketches Tinker included the Nike Swoosh, but as you know, the final design did not. Well, now it does. The Air Jordan III Retro Tinker NRG pays homage to the original unreleased design, complete with Nike Swoosh. After popular demand they are back for a second release this year - look for this Tinker Hatfield classic dropping soon.
Originally released in 1994, the Air Jordan X followed the initial retirement of Michael Jordan. Since it was believed that Jordan was done with basketball forever, the designers decided to give him a tribute by listing his basketball accomplishments on the outsole. But, as we all know, Jordan came back and the rest is history. The latest rendition of this popular "tribute" model scheduled to release is the Air Jordan X "Dark Shadow." Staying close to the original design and colorway, this AJX boasts a combination leather and nubuck upper, quick lace system, elastic bands across the midfoot, and a rubber outsole. Look for this model dropping soon at Sneakerhead.
For the first time since 2013 Jordan Brand is releasing the popular Air Jordan 1 Retro OG "Shadow". This highly sought-after model is following several other recent Air Jordan 1 releases that have had sneakerheads going crazy, including the "Bred Toe," "Gold Toe," "Gatorade," and "Game Royal" editions. They are crafted with soft full-grain leather upper, and feature a design/colorway that stays true to the original "Shadow" from 1985. Like other recent Air Jordan 1 releases, expect this sneaker to go quickly. Check out the pics for more details.
The Air Jordan 11 High has always had a large following, and they never last too long on the shelves. Unlike other Jordan models, the Low version shares in that popularity and every release seems to be scooped up quickly too. For the latest version of the Air Jordan 11 Low, Jordan Brand looked to the Easter holiday for inspiration. They are constructed with a white leather upper, feature an emerald green patent leather mudguard with iridescent glow, and sit atop an icey blue translucent outsole. Perfect for spring and summer, this clean version will be releasing soon. But, you can check out the pics for all the details now at Sneakerhead.
It's not always easy being a female sneakerhead, especially if you're into retro Jordans. Not only do you have to hunt down children's sizes and convert, but often the junior version lacks the premium materials and/or design as the men's model. But, Jordan Brand has recognized this and is starting to release more women's-only retro Jordans, like the Air Jordan 1 High Zip
. Crafted with soft premium leather, they feature a AJ1-inspired design with the addition of a zipper and the subtraction of the Swoosh. Plus, Jordan Brand topped off this fashion-forward modified version with a prominent red "NIKE Air" tag. You can pick up this women's model now at Sneakerhead.
Originally released in 1988, the Air Jordan III was first Air Jordan model designed by Tinker Hatfield. Working closely with Jordan, they were designed to be durable and lightweight, featured iconic "elephant print," a visible Air Sole unit, and a never-before-seen "Jumpman" logo on the tongue. Due to their popularity, the Air Jordan III "Black / Cement" has been re-released several times and always sells out quickly. With soft tumbled leather and "NIKE Air" branding on the heel that stays true to the original, it's safe to say the 2018 version will also be a highly sought-after release. Check out the pics for details, and look for this AJIII dropping soon.
Created by Tinker Hatfield, the Air Jordan XIII originally launched in 1997. With a design that was inspired by the panther, they feature two distinctly recognizable elements - the holographic panther "eye" and a sole that resembles a paw. Over the years they have been re-released in an array of colorways, including the recent "Altitude" color scheme, but 2018 marks the first time Jordan Brand will drop the Air Jordan XIII Retro "Olive". Constructed with soft suede, instead of the usual leather & nylon makeup, they have a Black, True Red, and Light Olive colorway. Although sneakerheads will instantly associate these colors with the Air Jordan IX, it looks right at home on the Air Jordan XIII also. Check out the pics for details, and be on the lookout for this retro Jordan releasing soon.
In 1992 Gatorade debuted what has turned out to be one of the most memorable Michael Jordan commercials ever made. As the story goes, the original cut of the "Be Like Mike" ad did not contain a song, when interest in using "I Wanna Be Like You" from The Jungle Book proved to be too costly, lyrics and music for the commercial were created, and the rest is history. The Air Jordan 1 Retro OG "Gatorade" Pack commemorates this ad and will be available in several flavor-inspired colorways, including this vibrant "Orange Peel" model. They feature a rich leather upper, translucent outsole, Gatorade logos, exclusive box, and even a co-branded towel. Check out the pics for more details.
One of the most beloved Air Jordan models ever created is the Air Jordan XI. Originally released in 1995, this popular model is widely known for their wraparound patent leather detail. They have been created in several highly sought-after colorways, including the "Bred," "Concord," "Space Jam," and "Cool Grey" models. But, this year Jordan Brand is dropping a whole new color scheme that has been creating a buzz on nearly every sneaker blog. The Air Jordan XI "Win Like '96" features a striking tonal red upper, contrasting black Jumpman logos, and a translucent "icy" outsole. This model is the follow-up to the AJXI "Win Like '82" that hit shelves earlier this year. Check out the pics for more details, and look for this model dropping soon.
The Air Jordan 1 is a timeless sneaker that has been created in numerous colorways, patterns, and materials. So, it only makes sense that Jordan Brand would provide us with a perfect fall/winter version of this legendary sneaker. The highly anticipated Air Jordan 1 Retro OG "Wheat" is crafted with a soft suede upper, features a Golden Harvest (or Wheat) colorway, mesh tongue construction, boot-like laces, embossed "Wings" logo, and a gum rubber outsole. It's the perfect sneaker to pair with all your autumn outfits. The Air Jordan 1 Retro OG "Wheat"
is available now at Sneakerhead.
When Michal Jordan won his first NBA Championship, he laced up the Air Jordan VI. Originally released in 1991, the Air Jordan VI has a design that was inspired by Jordan's slant-nosed Porsche. Although this season-inspired "Wheat" version stays true to the original look, they differ with new materials. The Air Jordan VI Retro "Wheat"
features a Golden Harvest (or Wheat) colorway, soft suede upper, matching laces/lacelocks, an off white midsole, and a translucent outsole. You can purchase this new take on a classic Air Jordan model now at Sneakerhead.
It has been hard to escape all the hype behind "The Ten" Collection, which includes Virgil Abloh's "interpretation" of the Air Jordan 1 "Chicago." Arguably the most sought-after model in the collection, not only is this model a reseller's dream, but was also named Sneaker Of The Year by Footwear News. Included as part of Abloh's "REVEALING" set, this model is designed to look accessible with hand-cuts, open-sources, and reconstructions. When compared side-by-side to the original model, this OFF-WHITE version has a completely more raw and unfinished appearance. This major point of difference makes this version desirable for some, and a turn-off for others. Check out the pics for a closer look, and you be the judge.
The Air Jordan VIII is widely recognized for their signature crisscross straps and fuzzy "carpet" logo on the tongue. Originally released in 1993 and designed by Tinker Hatfield, they have been re-released in an array of colorways, including popular "Cool Grey," "Take Flight," and "Aqua." The latest release, the Air Jordan VIII Retro "Alternate Bred," has a familiar color scheme with a black suede upper, "1993" embroidery on the pull tab, carpet-style black and Gym Red logo on the tongue, and Wolf Grey accents. Check out the pics for a closer look. And, look for the Air Jordan VIII Retro "Alternate Bred" coming soon.