Sneakerheads will agree that one of the things that make sneakers unique is the fact that along with being comfortable, they simultaneously also tend to be quite fashionable. They happen to be both aesthetical and athletic, and can be worn for both leisure and sports. Sneakerheads do not even need an excuse to rock sneakers all day long. With summer approaching, sneakerheads are probably awaiting the arrival of sneakers that they will be able to lace up in during the warm and hot months ahead. Jordan Brand have already unveiled the Air Jordan releases 2017 that will be the highlights of their Spring/Summer 2017 Retro Collection.
Jordan Brand’s Spring/Summer 2017 Retro Collection seems to consist of both brand new and returning colorways. The Air Jordan 4 and Air Jordan 11 Low appear to be more prevalent models. Quite coincidentally, so far the collection includes four Air Jordan 4 iterations. These include a brand new Air Jordan 4 “Alternate Motorsports,” the Air Jordan 4 “Motorsports,” the Air Jordan 4 “Pure Money,” and the KAWS x Air Jordan 4, which will retail for a whopping $350. Along with the brand new Air Jordan 11 Low “Barons,” the Air Jordan 11 Low “University Blue” is also making a comeback after making its retail debut sixteen years ago, back in 2001.
Similarly, two different colorways of the Air Jordan 13 Low are also a part of the collection. One is a brand new “Brave Blue” one, while the original Air Jordan 13 Low “Chutney” is also returning. The Air Jordan 7 also seems to be included in the form of a “Pantone” rendition that was once a mere sample, but will finally be hitting the shelves. Two Air Jordan 1 pairs can also be spotted in the form of the silhouette’s deconstructed variation, which has been previewed in the past. Finally, last but not least, there also seems to be a premium Air Jordan 5 that appears to have woven uppers.
Even though Nike has unveiled their Spring/Summer 2017 Retro Collection with official photos of these Air Jordan releases 2017, but actual release dates remain uncertain for now. So, keep checking back to find out when these sneakers will be arriving at retailers.
Nike Spring/Summer 2017 Retro Collection