In 2016, Jordan Brand has been focusing a lot of their attention on bringing back some of their signature models in retro form because of the fact that they are not as well-known within the sneaker community. Arguably, the Air Jordan 15 is one such signature model as well. When it was first introduced back in 1999/2000, it was even being rumored that Tinker Hatfield had ripped off a Prada shoe in order to design their fifteenth silhouette, specifically the heel’s vertical red stripe. Since the Air Jordan 15 is also considered lesser-known, it is slated to be re-introduced too, but in Spring 2017 Jordan Releases.
Earlier this year, somewhere back in March, Instagram user @zsneakerheadz had shared a photo that previews a brand new colorway of the Air Jordan 15. While this Air Jordan 15 colorway has not been seen before, it does somewhat resemble an iteration of the model that Jordan Brand had dropped back in 2007. Until recently, it seemed like this would be the only Air Jordan 15 rendition that would hit the shelves next year, but it turns out that another non-OG colorway, which looks almost original, will be accompanying it. Despite being dressed up in different accent hues, both these Air Jordan 15 colorways are equally ominous.
A majority of the woven portions of the Air Jordan 15’s uppers are dressed up in navy, while a matching navy-colored overlay has been placed over the mudguards. The heels of this sneaker also appear to be featuring a textured overlay that is covered in grey. This sneaker is also equipped with black and white sole units, while the clean white hue also makes an appearance on the uppers in the form of an accent.
The photo of this new Air Jordan 15 colorway seen here was posted by Twitter user @SneakerSpy, which should make it apparent that Jordan Brand has not disclosed any information regarding its release. Nonetheless, both the previous and this new iteration of the Air Jordan 15 can be expected to likely make their retail debut in Spring 2017.