The Jordan release date for the Quai 54 was originally shrouded in mystery, but the latest news reveals exactly when the item will be available in stores. Get ready to camp out on July first as this signature shoe becomes available for anyone lucky enough to be there while supplies last.
Air Jordan 13 Low Quai 54
Release Date: June 13, 2015
Exclusive to Europe
With just one glance, it is not surprising why the Air Jordan 13 Low Quai 54 is such a big hit with others clamoring for its release. The design is simple, clean, yet distinctive. It makes good use of the black and white color combination impact, utilizing a wonderfully clean shade of white that makes the shoe stand out from the crowd. Nike combines this design with a grey motherboard pattern along the midsole with the outsole kept in the white shade.
While the body of the shoe is mostly done in white, the lining and the interior are done in black, creating a stunning silhouette. The tongue is also done in white but with the choice of adding black shoelaces, Air Jordan 13 Low Quai 54 manages to pull it off perfectly.
As for the logos, the Jump Man is proudly placed on the tongue of the left shoe using the solid color black. On the right, we have got a different logo: World Streetball Championship, also done in black. Now, this might seem like it is upsetting the balance, but this is not the first time the Air Jordan went this route and it is unlikely that it will affect the appeal of the shoes.
Now for the interesting part: the European release of the Air Jordan 13 Low Quai 54 seems to be done completely in black. There also seems to be a mesh pattern on the side, which is not available in the American version. The good news is that if you prefer the black to the white, then you can probably order it through the Internet.
That is just a description of one of the shoes though. According to Sneaker News, the Quai 54 Collection includes two other Nike shoes: the Air Jordan XX9 and the Nike Lebron Soldier 9, both of which seem to be an excellent combination of black and white shades. Again, Sneaker News reveals that these are exclusive to Europe so you might want to start making connections out of the country.
Here is what you should know about this latest release from Air Jordan as part of its 30th anniversary.