Jordan Brand Is Be Dropping Numerous Air Jordan 1 Colorways In Fall 2016

Originally, Nike had crafted the Air Jordan 1 for Michael Jordan to wear and represent the Swoosh on the court. Over time, the Air Jordan 1 has kept on evolving and today, millions of sneakerheads all over the world have rocked the very first Air Jordan model at some point or another, in one of its countless colorways. For many, it has even become somewhat of an essential aspect of lifestyle wear. Other high end couture brands have even attempted to replicate it, but the Air Jordan 1 is unparalleled. It turns out that a bevy of new colorways will be among Fall 2016’s Jordan releases.

air-jordan-1-colorways-in-fall-2016-2There have also been innumerable Air Jordan 1 colorways that are considered the best of all time. Those include the Air Jordan 1 “Royal Blue,” which came with a photo hangtag showing Michael Jordan in mid-air in the iconic “Jumpman” pose. There is also the Air Jordan 1 “Bred” or “Banned,” which recently hit the shelves in remastered form. The Air Jordan 1 “Black Toe” and “Chicago” are also quite similar. Another top colorway is the Air Jordan 1 “UNC,” which drew inspiration from Michael Jordan’s alumni and for the model’s 25th anniversary, Jordan Brand had dropped the Air Jordan 1 “Silver.”

Ever since the day it had been introduced, Jordan Brand has dropped the Air Jordan 1 in uncountable colorways, but this Fall, a bunch of new ones will gradually make their way to retailers. Judging from the photos and the information available, these upcoming Air Jordan 1 renditions will hit the shelves in both adult and GS sizes. There are apparently a total of seven colorways that Jordan Brand has seemingly already whipped up. There is a bold Green-colored one, Grey-colored one with contrasting Grey-colored wool accents, one with a Turquoise-colored woven pattern, one with Burgundy- and Gold-colored velvet uppers, and two dressed up in the classic “Bred” color scheme.

air-jordan-1-colorways-in-fall-2016-3It is obvious that the sneakerheads will have to wait till at least Fall 2016 for these Air Jordan 1 releases to officially arrive at retailers. However, they will start hitting the shelves at select Jordan Brand and Nike retailers the moment Fall begins.

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