Both the Air Jordan 1 and Air Jordan 2 become rebuilt thanks to premium materials on each respective upper. Premium tumbled leather makes its way onto the paneling of MJ’s first signature sneaker while the GOAT’s second model continues the previously launched “Decon” iteration in black, navy or sail colorway options. The aforementioned Air Jordan 1 will don all-black on its upper with subtle red detailing on its tongue labeling, which was previously teased back in May.
Next in line is the Air Jordan 8. Set to drop in two new colorways, the model pays homage to highly notable colorways of the past: “Cement” and “Cool Grey.” Each display suede on their mid-foot straps while a special “1993″ hit makes its way on each heel tab.
The Air Jordan 4′s “Fire Red” color scheme makes its way onto the Air Jordan 11 Low IE. Only seen as a sample worn by Michael Jordan in 1996, MJ never actually played in this model. Its white base is complemented by subtle black on its tongue logo and sock lining while “Fire Red” makes its way around the silhouette and on its outsole.
Closing out the range is the Air Jordan 13 “History of Flight.” Initially unveiled back in 2009, this special edition was accompanied by the rest of Jordan’s signatures in order to celebrate the line’s 25th anniversary. Up until now the white-based 13 could only be admired from a distance behind glass. Soon, you’ll be able to add it to your own collection in celebration of the Air Jordan 13′s 20-year anniversary.
After months of promotion and hype, the release date for the heavily-anticipated PSNY x Air Jordan 12 collection has been revealed. Taking to social media, Jordan Brand has announced next Wednesday, June 28 as the Public School collaboration’s drop-date. “Three Cities. Three Colors. One Moment,” reads the official Jordan Brand tweet and Instagram caption. “The Jordan and PSNY #AirJordan XII Retro collection drops June 28 on SNKRS in NYC, Paris and Milan.” As previously reported, the PSNY x Air Jordan 12 sneakers will be available for purchase in “Wheat”, “Olive” and “Bordeaux” colorways.
Those who missed out on the original drop of the Air Jordan 1 High “Jeter” will be provided with a chance of redemption thanks to the upcoming mid “Jeter” launch. Considered a consolation prize to some, the forthcoming Air Jordan 1 Mid sports an Obsidian dominate upper which is contrasted by white detailing on its Swoosh, Wings logo, tongue and more. Its aforementioned upper rests atop of a white midsole and outsole, staying true to its original aesthetic.
There’s no confirmed launch date as of yet, but fans can expect the Air Jordan 1 Mid “Jeter” to retail for $110 USD.