It seems that Jordan Brand will be concluding September 2017 by dropping the Air Jordan 5 “Blue Suede,” but three months still remain until this year comes to an end. Moreover, the highlight of the remainder of this year will be none other than the Air Jordan 32 and Jordan Brand’s recently unveiled Holiday Air Jordan releases 2017.
Recently, Russell Westbrook signed a 10-year extenion to his endorsement deal with Jordan Brand. The reigning NBA MVP’s new deal will prove to be most lucrative one to date for a Jordan Brand athlete. While this extension was inked in September, the Air Jordan 32 was unveiled by the end of the month before it.
Jordan Brand unveiled the Air Jordan 32 in Italy during a special event on August 29th, 2017. The event not only unveiled the debut colorway of the Air Jordan 32, dubbed the “Rosso Corsa,” it was also revealed that Jordan Brand’s latest model would make its retail debut on September 23rd, 2017. At the event, another Air Jordan 32 colorway dubbed “MJ Day” and its low-top variation were also unveiled, both of which are scheduled to hit the shelves on October 18th, 2017.
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Air Jordan 13 Retro “He Got Game”
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This Holiday Season, it seems that Jordan Brand will not only be revamping the Air Jordan 1, 6 and 12 like never before, but will also be celebrating the 20th anniversary of the Air Jordan 13 with two new releases.
One of the two Air Jordan 12 colorways arriving during the Holiday Season is dubbed “Bordeaux,” inspired by the Air Jordan 7 colorway of the same name. The other Air Jordan 12 colorway is dubbed “Dark Grey.” While their color schemes vary, one feature that these two iterations have in common is that their uppers are made up of premium suede.
Turns out that Jordan Brand is giving sneakerheads a special Christmas gift by bringing back the Air Jordan 13 “Altitude,” which made its originally retail debut back in 2005. In case they do not recall, the “Altitude” is an all-Black iteration with tumbled leather uppers, while Green appears in the form of the signature holographic branding.
Of course, sneakerheads have likely not forgotten about the Air Jordan 11 “Midnight Navy.” It was revealed as 2017’s Black Friday release from Jordan Brand several months ago and will be arriving at retailers on November 11th, 2017. The very next month, Jordan Brand will also drop the Air Jordan 11 “Gym Red” on December 16th, 2017.
2017 is not even over but sneakerheads should still keep an eye out for next year’s Air Jordan releases 2018 as well. Apart from the returning Air Jordan 3 OG “Black Cement,” these will include OG Retro colorways of the Air Jordan 1 High, Air Jordan 9 and the Air Jordan 13.
With three months still remaining in 2017, Jordan Brand could end up dropping and unveiling plenty of other Air Jordan releases. Therefore, sneakerheads should keep checking back to sneakersdog.com for more news and updates.