The Air Jordan 18 is one particular model from Jordan Brand’s signature sneaker line that looks perfect when featuring tonal color schemes, which seems to have been the case to date. All of its original colorways were tonal. For instance, the “Sport Royal” colorway that returned this year to join the Air Jordan releases 2018 back in January. Even the Air Jordan 18 “Black Sport Royal” from 2003 is a tonal colorway and is scheduled to make its comeback this year on October 25th. Even the three colorways included in Jordan Brand’s Air Jordan 18 “Suede” Pack, which recently hit the shelves, were all tonal.
This year, the Air Jordan 18 also received the retro treatment for the very first time since its debut. The brand new Air Jordan 18 “Toro,” which made its retail debut on April 7th at a price of $225, was also a tonal colorway. The very next month, photos of another tonal Air Jordan 18 colorway were leaked. It was the Air Jordan 18 “Cool Grey.” Even though Jordan Brand has not officially unveiled this particular iteration, plenty of detailed photos have already been leaked, such as the one above. Reportedly, it will be among the Air Jordan releases 2018 that arrive in November and will retail for $225.
The Air Jordan 18 “Suede” Pack recently made its retail debut on September 15th, with each of three included colorways retailing at a price of $225. As mentioned, it included three tonal different tonal colorways that were given the nicknames “Campfire Orange,” “Racer Blue” and “Yellow Ochre.” Apart from their varying tonal uppers, all three of them were equipped with milky White soles. An interesting element of all three iterations was that instead of “23,” the tongues of each featured a mysterious number. Namely, the “Campfire Orange” featured “86V,” the “Racer Blue” featured “4ME” and the “Yellow Ochre” featured “24G.”
Air Jordan 18 “Suede” Pack