Tomorrow sees the release of the highly anticipated “Altitude” Air Jordan 13 to many people’s excitement. While many may have this shoe at the top of the must-have list for the holidays, a few have shown their discontent with the drastic changes between the original version and the 2010 retro version. The 2005 “Altitude” Air Jordan 13s feature premium leather on the side panels, while the soon-to-be-released 2010 version owns mesh on the side panels.
Our Nice Kicks staff compiled a list of Air Jordan Retros that featured noticeable changes between the recent retro and the last retro. In this feature, you will see 17 Air Jordans that contained visible changes from retro to retro. View our Spot the Difference: 14 Changes on Air Jordan Re-Retros.
**Note**: Changes from OG versions to first retros were not included in this feature. Only re-retros.
Air Jordan 4 “Bred” (1999) – Air Jordan 4 “Bred” (2008)
Change Clothes: As we all know, a major change in up-to-date retros and 90s retros was the switch from ‘Nike Air’ branding to Jumpman branding. This was one of, if not the biggest change on the two Air Jordan 4 “Bred” Retros, as it is seen, in detail, on the heel panel.