Whether you are a serious collector of sneakers or an athlete always on the go, you wouldn’t want to miss your very own pair of Air Jordan 1 High Wheat fresh from harvest in the golden season. Meet one of the must-haves in the Jordan release 2017 collection.
So have you been wondering about the reinvented grandfather of all Air Jordans now inspired by many different designs and colorway. Get to know more about the latest addition to the AJ1 collection, the Air Jordan 1 WMNS “Summer of High.” Here are some of the highlights you should not miss.
The Flyknit series has garnered excellent feedback from buyers that it is not surprising how Air Jordan managed to release several versions of the same silhouette. This year, we welcome the Air Jordan 1 Retro High Flyknit done in Wolf Grey coloring.
Air Jordan is going strong with their recent new Jordans, especially with the Air Jordan 1 Retro High Premium “Camo” that’s set to be one of the cheapest models to be made available in the market. Here’s what you should watch out for these kicks:
It’s hard not to fall in love with the Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG “Quai 54” as it releases July of 2017. If you’re looking for something a little different without going too brash or bold about it, this pair might just be the perfect ones for you.
Are you a fan of the classic Air Jordan 15 Obsidian colorway? If yes, then this news might put a smile on your face. This Air Jordan 15 Retro will be released on the market this coming March 4 (yes, this is just around the corner).
Poised to be released this coming April 2017, the Air Jordan 7 “UNC,” from the Air Jordan Collection, is a good-looking sneaker.
This news might put a smile on your face: The Air Jordan 12 Retro Low “Playoffs” will soon hit store shelves. “How soon?” you might ask. Well, it will land later this February. It is interesting to note that this will be the first time the Air Jordan 12’s Playoff edition will be released in low top form, so this seems exciting for a lot of sneaker fans out there.