New Jordans 2016
has already introduced two Air Jordan 1.5 The Return releases, The Air Jordan 1 Retro High Soar Blue also known as the Air Jordan 1 Rare Air is now beginning to release for Spring 2017. This release is dressed in a Fragment-like color scheme that debuted last Holiday 2014. The shoe features a White, Black, and Soar Blue leather-based upper that sits atop the Air Jordan 2 sole tooling. Taking cues from the original Air Jordan 1 that debuted back in 1984. This Air Jordan 1 releases comes dressed in a Soar Blue, Black and White color scheme. Featuring a full-grain leather upper that's highlighted with Jumpman tongues and Nike Air branding on the heels and rubber outsole.Jordans 2017
, As you can see, this Air Jordan 1 combines the "Royal" and "Fragment" themes with a twist. Featuring a Soar Blue, Black and White color scheme, they also use tumbled and smooth leather. By the collar is "Air Jordan" instead of the Wings branding while Nike Air finds it's way onto the heel. The Nike Air Jordan 1 Retro High "Rare Air" is set to come back this month. This time, fans of the popular silhouette will be excited to see three new colorway releases. All featuring white and black trim, customers will get to choose between a Soar Blue, Max Orange and Cool Grey option. Oddly enough, the Soar Blue could be as close as some of you will get to the fragment collab that came out around last year. The simple yet premium tumbled black leather of the Jordan 1 BHM ditches the prints and patterns native to Jordan Brand's usual Black History Month celebration. Instead, the Jumpman added removable and swappable velcro patches on the Wings branding, the Swoosh side panels, and the alternating tongue logos featuring traditional Jumpman logos and Nike's "BHM" crest.Women Jordans 2017
annual Black History Month Collection took a surprising left turn this year, as the Jumpman included two head-turning Air Jordan 1 creations that focused on utilizing the Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG silhouette instead of the usual Air Jordan 1 Mid model, while the brand even brought back an oft-forgotten trainer from the early 2000s in the Jordan Trunner LX. This time around the shoe will show up in a white/black/blue colorway that never hit the original prototype – at least according to the handful of photos on original pairs that are out there. This palette has earned the shoe plenty of comparisons to the coveted "Fragment" Jordan 1s. The 1985 Air Jordan I forever changed footwear and the game of basketball. It brought color to the court and made history on the feet of one of the game's most legendary talents. Celebrating the silhouette that started it all, the Air Jordan I now returns in the original "Storm Blue" colorway for the first time ever. The white and blue design stays true to the original with classic Nike Air and Wings branding in all the right places.