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The Air Jordan releases 2019 arriving later this month will include this Air Jordan 12 WMNS iteration that has faux reptile-textured uppers. It is certainly nothing new for one of Jordan Brand’s signature model to feature faux reptile skin detailing. You may recall the Air Jordan 1 Pinnacle “Croc” and the Air Jordan 11 Retro Low IE “Croc” both, both of which arrived at retailers back in 2015. You may also likely know about the three different “Snakeskin” iterations of the Air Jordan 11 Low that will hit the shelves soon. So, it was only a matter of time until the Air Jordan 12 also received the reptile treatment.
While the Air Jordan 12 has never really featured reptile-textured detailing before, this is not the first time that that it will is being released with unconventional uppers. One example of such an iteration would be the Air Jordan 12 “Wool,” which made its retail debut on October 1st, 2016 at a price of $200. Its Dark Grey-colored uppers were literally made up of wool, the only exception being its leather mudguards. Another more recent example would be the Air Jordan 12 “Winterized,” which retailed for $225 last year on December 15th, 2018. It had rubberized waterproof/weather-resistant rubberized uppers to keep the wearer’s feet dry and warm during winter.
Despite being dressed up in a basic Black and White color scheme, the Air Jordan 12 WMNS “Reptile” looks quite luxurious. This is likely because a majority of its all-Black uppers are made up of reptile-textured leather. Additionally though, it still featured its traditional textured leather mudguards and its tongues appear to be made up of smooth leather. Its rubber soles are completely plain White. Adding a further touch of luxury to it, Metallic Gold can be spotted over its side badges, upper lace locks and the “Jumpman” logo on its tongues. Mark your calendars, because this women’s exclusive iteration will be among this month’s Air Jordan releases 2019.
Air Jordan 12 WMNS "Reptile" Color: Black/Metallic Gold-White Style Code: AO6068-007 Release Date: April 26, 2019 Retail Price: $190
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The Air Jordan 4 OG “Bred” is returning to join next month’s Air Jordan releases 2019, complete with OG “Nike Air” branding and hangtag. Since near the end of last month, Jordan Brand’s classic “Bred” (Black and Red) color scheme has made some rather unexpected appearances. For instance, an Air Jordan 1 “Banned” for toddlers will be coming soon to 43einhalb and Nike.com. Air Jordan 1 “Bred” football cleats also became available last month. A “Bred” colorway of the Jordan 6 Rings will also be making its retail debut this month, while it is being rumored that the Air Jordan 11 “Bred” will arrive during the 2019 Holiday Season.
It seems that several different colorways of the Air Jordan 1 Mid will be joining the Air Jordan releases 2019 arriving in the coming months. Recently, you may have come across photos of an Air Jordan 1 Mid with “Jordan” and “Jumpman” text printed all over its uppers. The ones you see above are both GS colorways. The first one is actually from a “Topaz” Pack, which includes an Air Jordan 1 Low dressed up in the same color blocking and color scheme. The other one is the Air Jordan 1 Mid GS “Metallic Silver.” Both of these colorways will eventually be available at select retailers and on Nike.com.
The latest Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG iteration to join upcoming Air Jordan releases 2019 will be dressed up in a “UNC” color scheme. Of course, this is not the first time that Jordan Brand has released an Air Jordan 1 iteration that draws inspiration from Michael Jordan’s alma mater, the University of North Carolina. While the color blocking and scheme of these iterations has always varied over the years, they usually always feature the hue that has become known as Carolina Blue, also referred to as University Blue. The Air Jordan 1 colorway seen here looks almost exactly like another “UNC” iteration that recently hit the shelves.
A camouflaged-covered iteration of Russell Westbrook’s Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 made its retail debut among recent Air Jordan releases 2019. Inspired by Russell Westbrook’s fashion sense and style, Jordan Brand initially assumed that it would be better off with a lifestyle sneaker model like the Westbrook 0. It was not until last year that Russell Westbrook received his own signature basketball sneaker model in the form of the Why Not Zer0.1, which debuted on February 15th, 2018. Jordan Brand kicked off this year by releasing its successor, the Jordan Why Not Zer0.2, which made its retail debut on January 10th, 2019 in a “Future History” colorway.