In comparison to 2016’s Air Jordan releases, Jordan Brand has been equally busy reaching into their archives in order to select which sneakers they can potentially bringing back. Along with brand new colorways and the latest collaborations, Air Jordan classics from the distant or not-so-distant past also continue to get re-released from time to time, every now and then. However, Jordan Brand is not the only one behind such re-releases, rather individual yet select retailers like Eastbay also tend to play a role in the return of certain Air Jordan sneakers. In fact, a major Eastbay restock took place near the end of June.
Last month, Eastbay made an announcement regarding the re-release of four iconic Air Jordan iterations, which once again became available on June 21st. One of the four sneakers was the Air Jordan 1 “UNC,” which had arrived at retailers ate in 2015. The Air Jordan 4 “White/Cement” that had already made its high-anticipated official comeback in same month also got re-released on Eastbay.com. The four sneakers that got re-released also included the Air Jordan 11 “Columbia” from December 2014 and the Air Jordan 6 “Infrared” from last year. Just weeks after these re-releases, Eastbay decided to restock another selection of Air Jordan Retro kicks.
This most recent restock took place on July 7th and once again comprised of some very popular Air Jordan sneakers in a wide variety of sizes. This recent restock included far more than four releases, namely the recently released Air Jordan 8 Championship “Trophy,” Air Jordan 11 Low “Navy/Gum,” Air Jordan 11 Low “Varsity Red,” and Air Jordan 12 “Flu Game.” Surprisingly, they even had the Air Jordan 6 “Maroon” from the earlier restock mentioned above, and recently-released Air Jordan 12 “Gym Red.”
Even though a few days have passed since this Eastbay.com restock, pairs of almost all of the aforementioned sneakers should be available. Many of the sneakers mentioned above will even be available in GS sizes too.