In celebration of the 30th anniversary of the Air Jordan 4, a number of GS and WMNS colorways joined earlier Air Jordan releases 2019. One of the first WMNS colorways of the Air Jordan 4 this year was the patent leather Air Jordan 4 NRG “Hot Punch,” which made its retail debut on January 12th, 2018 at a price of $190. The next month, Jordan Brand also released the Air Jordan 4 “Berry Pink” for girls, which was actually meant to be a part of their longstanding “For The Love Of The Game” series. Furthermore, the recent Air Jordan 4 “Hot Lava” was a kids-only release. Continue reading This Air Jordan 4 Retro “Monsoon” Is The Latest GS-Exclusive Colorway
As the 30th anniversary of the Air Jordan 4 continues, its OG “Bred” colorway is scheduled to return and join Air Jordan releases 2019. Jordan Brand kicked off the Air Jordan 4’s 30th anniversary celebration earlier this year with the release of an NRG “Hot Punch” iteration for women on January 19th, 2019. A number of brand new Air Jordan 4 colorways have arrived at retailers ever since, including an exclusive “Wings” iteration that was gifted to James Whitner, the owner of Social Status. Amidst March Madness, Jordan Brand also unveiled give different college PE colorways of the Air Jordan 4 that will not be hitting the shelves.
Nike’s annual N7 Collection is returning and it will include an Air Jordan 8 that will join the Air Jordan releases 2019 in November. Since 2009, Nike has annually teamed up with Jordan Brand to release an N7 collection in support of the N7 Fund. The concept of the N7 Fund dates back to 2000, to the vision of Sam McCracken, who is a member of the Fort Peck Assiniboine & Sioux Tribes in northeastern Montana. His partnership with Nike led to the formation of the brand’s Native American division. The Fall 2018 N7 collection included the Air Jordan 1 Retro High Strap and the Jordan Why Not Zer0.1.
Amidst this month’s Air Jordan releases 2019, Jordan Brand will release an Air Jordan 3 “Tinker” inspired by the original Nike Air Max 1. If you know your sneaker history well enough, you may have probably figured out why Jordan Brand has chosen to draw inspiration from the Nike Air Max 1 OG colorway for this upcoming Air Jordan 3 “Tinker” iteration. It was Tinker Hatfield who actually began working on the Air Max 1 back in the mid-1980s, applying his architectural background to the design of the sneaker model. Ultimately, the Air Max 1 debuted on March 26th, 1987 as Nike’s first sneaker model equipped with Air cushioning.
Reportedly, the Air Jordan 34 could potentially make its retail debut among this year’s upcoming Air Jordan releases 2019 in Fall. It would almost seem like it was yesterday that the unveiling of the Air Jordan 33 took place in Los Angeles on September 20th, 2018. The Air Jordan 33 eventually made its debut on October 18th, 2018 in a colorway that was dubbed “Future of Flight,” which retailed for $175. It also arrived in colorways nicknamed “Blackout,” “Visible Utility,” “Year Of The Pig,” and others. However, it is unlikely that any of you were expecting reading news about the Air Jordan 34 so early in 2019.
Amidst the final Air Jordan releases 2019, this year will mark the comeback of the Air Jordan 11 “Bred” during the Holiday Season. Back in November 2015, Nike whipped up a special colorway of the Air Trainer SC that borrowed and drew inspiration from the Air Jordan 11 “Bred.” Much like the Air Jordan 11, the mudguards of the Air Trainer SC were also made up of patent leather. It was also dressed up in the same color scheme of Black, Varsity Red and White. After having been re-released twice before in 2001 and 2012, the Air Jordan 11 “Bred” itself is returning once again.