It's December, and for sneakerheads that means another highly anticipated Air Jordan 11 drop. This year Jordan Brand is releasing the coveted "Bred" model for the first time since 2012. First worn on court by Michael Jordan on April 26, 1996 en route to an NBA Championship, this Black / True Red-White colorway is arguably the most popular of all the beloved AJ11 models. The 2019 version stays true to the original and is constructed with a combination full-grain leather, patent leather and fabric, features a rigid carbon fiber shank plate, full-length cushioning unit, thick round laces, and a translucent outsole. Check out the pics for a more detailed look. The Air Jordan 11 Retro "Bred" releases December 14.
Jordan Brand is flipping the script with its latest release, the Air Jordan 12 Retro "Reverse Taxi." Inspired by the popular "Taxi" colorway that originally released in 1996 (and last hit the shelves in 2003), this "Reverse" iteration sports the same colorway but flips the black and white color placement of the upper and midsole. They are constructed with soft suede, feature metallic gold top eyelets, a red Jumpman logo, and signature embroidered "TWO 3" on the tongue. It's a colorway that is very versatile, and it can be picked up now at Sneakerhead.
It has been a great year if you're a female sneakerhead, especially if you're into Jordans. There has been release after release of women's-only Air Jordan retro models, and the heat keeps coming. This time it's the Air Jordan 7 Retro Women's "Black Patent." This clean take on the Air Jordan classic from 1992 is constructed with a shiny black patent leather upper, and features bright colorful pops of orange and purple on the tongue, heel, midsole, outsole, and Jumpman logo. The contrast works extremely well, and it's a great way to add color to the presumably drab days of fall/winter that lie ahead. Look for the Air Jordan 7 Retro Women's "Black Patent" dropping soon.
Jordan Brand is back with another highly anticipated "Shattered Backboard" rendition of the trendy and popular Air Jordan 1. The Air Jordan 1 Retro "Shattered Backboard 3.0" shares the same colorway as two previously themed "Shattered" releases (taken from the colorway of the exhibition uniform Jordan was wearing when the rim takedown took place), but has a completely different material makeup. This time around they are dressed in a glossy and crinkled patent leather. This is the first time this upper material has been used on an AJ1, and it has already proven to be quite polarizing among sneakerheads. Check out the detailed pics for a better view, and look for this model dropping soon.
First Jordan Brand celebrated the 2019 FIBA Basketball World Cup with a special edition of the Air Jordan XII, now they are following up that release with an Air Jordan IV. The Air Jordan IV Retro "FIBA" has a design inspired by its global participants. They sport a red tumbled leather upper, navy accents, and a metallic gold Jumpman on the heel. Plus, instead of their signature webbing, this AJIV has textured panels that feature graphics inspired by national flags. To top it all off, on the inside of the tongue they have a label that reads, "FOR THE LOVE OF THE GAME." Check out the pics for details, and look for the Air Jordan IV Retro "FIBA" dropping soon.
The popularity of the Air Jordan 1 doesn't seem to be slowing down anytime soon, which means Jordan Brand is going to keep pumping out new colorways. The latest is a simple and straightforward make-up that looks familiar and different all at once. The Air Jordan 1 Retro OG "Gym Red" sports a white leather base, black overlays, and striking Gym Red accents on the collar/tongue/ankle collar. This easy-to-like colorway also features a "Sail" midsole for a subtle, but unexpected, change. Look at pics for all the details, and keep an eye out for the Air Jordan 1 Retro OG "Gym Red" dropping soon.
In the mid 80s when the Air Jordan 1 released they weren't only being laced up by basketball players, but skateboarders too. Drawn to their edgy design and comfort, skateboarders adopted the Air Jordan 1 as their own, and they were even worn by the legendary Bones Brigade (including Tony Hawk). Although it took a while, Nike has come a long way to cater to skateboarders and their specific needs, including the creation of co-branded AJ1 models. The latest of these creations is the Nike SB x Air Jordan 1 High OG Defiant. Built with a special coating that wears away only to reveal bright orange and pink panels, this limited edition model truly needs to be used and abused to enjoy. Check out the pics for details and look for the Nike SB x Air Jordan 1 High OG Defiant dropping soon.
With spring upon us and summer just around the corner, we are starting to see a lot of sneaker releases that'll fit the warmer season perfectly. One of these women's-only releases is the Air Jordan XI Retro Low "Pink Snakeskin." Last seen in 2001, they sport a white leather upper, wraparound glossy "snakeskin," rope laces, full-length Air-Sole unit, and a translucent outsole. Versatile, comfortable, and stylish, this reptilian version of the popular Air Jordan XI Low could easily become your go-to summer sneaker. Check out the pics for all the details.
To celebrate their 30th anniversary, Jordan Brand is re-releasing the Air Jordan IV in an original colorway. Designed by Tinker Hatfield, the AJIV hit the shelves in 1989 and were promoted by a series of commercials starring Michael Jordan and Spike Lee aka "Mars Blackmon." The 2019 version of the Air Jordan IV Retro "Bred" was crafted to their original specs and feature a Black / Fire Red - Cement Grey colorway, signature webbing on the side panels, "NIKE AIR" branding on the heel, and OG packaging ?€? including hangtags. A true and timeless classic. Check out the pics for details, and look for the AJIV "Bred" dropping soon.
This time of year can only mean two things: students across the world are anxiously waiting for the end of the school year, and (coincidentally) another highly-anticipated "Cap & Gown" release from Jordan Brand. For 2019 they're following up the popular Air Jordan XI "Cap & Gown" with the Air Jordan XIII "Cap & Gown," and the colorway is identical. They feature a clean tonal black upper with suede construction, patent leather overlays, and instead of a holographic "panther eye," this version has an embossed metal "23/Jumpman" logo. Plus, they even have translucent accents on the outsole. Look for this elegant take on the AJXIII dropping soon.
The fresh and clean Air Jordan 11 has always been a favorite among sneakerheads. And, unlike low versions of other Jordan models, the AJ11 Low is a universally loved make-up of this beloved model. So, whenever a low version drops, it's quickly scooped up. That is most likely going to be the case for the next AJ11 Low release. Available for the first time since 2001, the Air Jordan 11 Retro Low "Blue Snakeskin" is constructed with a white leather upper, white midsole, and icy blue outsole. Plus, instead of traditional patent leather, they sport a textured scale-like snakeskin-inspired mudguard, that makes this model absolutely perfect for spring. Check out the pics for all the reptilian details. You can purchase the Air Jordan 11 Retro Low "Blue Snakeskin" at Sneakerhead now.
The popularity of the Air Jordan 1 right now is off the charts, which means Jordan Brand is dropping new colorways constantly to keep up with the demand. The latest AJ1 drop, the Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG "Phantom," features subtle details and an overall clean design. They are constructed with Sail-colored "crinkled" leather upper, feature red stitching throughout, and a tonal outsole. Another uncommon design element on the "Phantom" is the addition of metal eyelets, which were never used on the original 1985 design. Like every other Air Jordan 1 release lately, look for this model to fly off the shelves. Check out the pics for more details.