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As you may know, Jordan Brand‘s Holiday Season lineup of Air Jordan releases 2018 includes a snowflake-inspired Grade School-sized colorway. The colorway being referred to is the Air Jordan 8 GS “Snowflake” or “Snow Blizzard,” which was first seen back in October. Coincidentally, one of Jordan Brand’s recent Air Jordan 8 releases was actually spring-themed. If you are wondering, it was the Air Jordan 8 “South Beach” that was dressed up in hues typically associated with spring break in South Beach, Florida. Of course, this latest colorway of the Air Jordan 8 is completely the opposite since it is inspired by the blizzards and snowfalls of winter.
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A few of Jordan Brand’s Air Jordan releases 2018 from this year were a part of Finish Line’s recent restock lineup for Cyber Monday. It turns out that Cyber Monday 2018 broke online sales record, racking up the most online sales ever in history. Shoppers spent over $7.8 billion on this year’s Cyber Monday, which was 18.3% compared to what they spent on Cyber Monday in 2017. Of course, the best shopping deals had already popped up on Black Friday, which was not far behind in terms of online sales. Since Cyber Monday is one of the biggest annual shopping days, Finish Line restocked four different Air Jordan colorways.
Since the weather continues to get colder, here’s a look at some of Jordan Brand’s recent and upcoming Air Jordan releases 2018 for winter. Last month, Jordan Brand introduced the Air Jordan 1 “Utility” Pack as a part of their Women’s Holiday 2018 lineup. The pack included three of the re-interpreted Air Jordan 1 models from the “Reimagined” Collection that debuted at the beginning of this year. These models were the Air Jordan 1 High Zip WMNS, Air Jordan 1 Jester WMNS, and the Air Jordan 1 Rebel WMNS. In addition to these, the “Utility” Pack also included a winter-ready iteration of the Air Jordan 1 High WMNS.
Michael Jordan recently gave away pairs of one of the recent Air Jordan releases 2018 to the victims of Hurricane Florence. The devastating Cape Verde hurricane lasted between August 31st and September 19th, 2018 that caused a total of $17.9 billion worth of damage in the Carolinas. This Category 1 storm also caused 30 direct and 23 indirect fatalities. Even though the hurricane was identified as a Category 1 storm, it actually resulted in Category 4 flooding and storm surge. Of course, since his hometown was among the areas affected, Michael Jordan returned to Wilmington, North Carolina this Thanksgiving to lend a helping hand and more.
Some of this year‘s Air Jordan releases 2018 just got restocked on the Nike SNKRS app via the Jordan Reserve program. Nike introduced the Jordan Reserve program back in August. It was devised as a means to reward Jordan Brand’s loyal customers in specific cities, who happen to use the Nike SNKRS app. The program was launched in Detroit city and in order to unlock “Air Access,” sneakerheads had to visit the local Nike Community Store. Similar to the iOS-only SNKRS Stash, the SNKRS Cam has to be used at a special, specified location in order complete a purchase made via the Jordan Reserve program.