We can now see the Future in color. After rolling out two different style codes that each featured a woven black upper, the Jordan Future is twisted up with a blast of color. The “Multicolor” rendition intertwines vivid orange with white, black and grey strands to create a checkered appearance up top. A white midsole and ice blue outsole from the iconic Air Jordan 11 keeps everything in line on this eye-catching makeup that is set to hit limited shelves this weekend. Get an up close and personal look from Wish ATL below, and tell us in the feedback space underneath if you’re a suitor of the “Multicolor” Future.
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A little over a year ago, the Air Jordan XX8 was introduced to the world. Designed with advanced performance in mind, Jordan Brand created one of their most polarizing, and powerful, silhouettes to date. The look of the Air Jordan XX8 is tremendously different from anything previously seen from Jordan Brand, and the shoe’s most noticeably different feature is the stretch synthetic, Schoeller mesh-infused exterior shroud. Worn regularly by NBA superstars Ray Allen and Russell Westbrook, the Air Jordan XX8 has had a great run. With the unveiling of the Air Jordan XX9 scheduled for tomorrow, we wanted to spotlight the ingenious signature’s retail run. Look through our synopsis of the Air Jordan XX8 at retail, and let us know which colorway strikes your fancy by casting your vote in the poll on the last page.
With the anticipation of this weekend’s retro releases and restocks building exponentially, the demand for retro Air Jordans seems to be near its peak. Would you believe re-releases of Air Jordan signatures have not always been as coveted as they are today? Back in ’94, Nike attempted their first run of retros during Michael Jordan’s first retirement, with lackluster success, as many of these releases hit Nike outlets. Five years later, we saw MJ retire again, and more attempts to revive legendary Jordan silhouettes began again. This time, Nike started with the Air Jordan 4, a Tinker Hatfield-designed shoe, that took the world by storm in 1989. Soon after, Jordan delivered a career season wearing the AJ 4, adding to its legacy. The Air Jordan 4 featured many new design concepts. First, the straps on the side for increased ankle support. It was also the first shoe to incorporate a unique design element that we all have come to know and love as “Cement” print. The 1999 return the Air Jordan 4 is known more for its Nike Air branding, but thei shoe’s impact on sneaker culture is un-matched by any other Air Jordan silhouette. The return of the Air Jordan 4 proved that retros could sell in a modern market, and paved the way for future retro releases in non-O.G colors. To pay homage to the iconic sneaker, we ranked our 23 favorite Air Jordan 4 releases of all time. Skim through our list and let us know if you agree with our rankings in the comments.
Bolstering the current run of AJ 11 Low releases, Jordan Brand produces another sneaker with scales. The Air Jordan 11 Low “Green Snakeskin”, also referred to as the “Nightshade” style code, revisits and revises the reptilian representation of the model that originated in 2001. Get a full video preview of the latest 11 Low above, leave us your thoughts on the shoe in the comment section, and strike a pair this Saturday, April 19th, for $150.
While adults will be able to stomp around in the “Green Snakeskin” AJ 11 Low colorway this summer, for everyone else wearing smaller sizes, the “Turbo Green” Air Jordan 11 Low provides a fresh alternative. Seen in detail courtesy of our own in-house photography, the beloved silhouette maintains the traditional design aesthetic, utilizing a white cordura mesh on the upper and undercut by a turbo green mudguard. Finally, a white midsole and translucent blue outsole complete the look. Peep the close-ups of the Air Jordan 11 GS “Turbo Green” down below, and mark your calendar for when these drop on Saturday, April 19.
Refreshing in color and textured to the touch, the upcoming Air Jordan 11 GS “Turbo Green” is ready spring. Those who can squeeze into a 7Y or below are blessed again with an exclusive Air Jordan 11 Low style code, this time utilizing a teal-like tone in a reptilian pattern all around. A white ballistic mesh upper provides a base, while hints of volt and an ice blue outsole add detailing. Get a full video preview of the GS release in the video above, and tell us what you think of the makeup in the comment space below.