A second CLOT x Air Jordan 13 Low colorway joined the recent Air Jordan releases 2018 alongside the Terracotta Army-inspired colorway. The low-top version of the Air Jordan 13 Low has actually been on a rather long hiatus. The last time it arrived at retailers was on June 10, 2017 when the “Chutney” colorway of the model made its comeback and retailed for $175. On August 25th, 2017 Jordan Brand also released an Air Jordan 13 Low Golf “White/Midnight Navy,” which retailed at a price of $200. The first CLOT x Air Jordan 13 Low colorway was unveiled back in October, but it did not hit the shelves alone.
This month’s Air Jordan releases 2018 will include an Air Jordan 10 colorway designed collaboratively by Jordan Brand and Maya Moore. The 4–time WBNA champion has a long history of teaming up with Jordan Brand, which dates back to 2011 when they whipped up three different PE iterations of the Jordan Fly Wade for her. She has also received two Air Jordan 10 PE colorways in the past, namely a “Championship” iteration back in 2012 and another iteration that was a part of 2017’s Maya Moore x Jordan Brand Collection. Maya Moore’s latest Air Jordan 10 colorway probably looks familiar since it resembles Aleali May’s Air Jordan 1 “Viotech.”
The Air Jordan 1 colorway inspired by Spider–Man: Into the Spider–Verse is joining this month’s upcoming Air Jordan releases 2018. Over the years, there have been several custom Air Jordan pairs inspired by the Marvel superhero, Spider-Man. For instance, sneaker customizer Sekure D designed an Air Jordan 6 “Spider-Man” back in September 2014. Earlier that year, even Nike officially released the Foamposite Pro “Spider-Man,” which made its retail debut on February 8th, 2014 at a price of $250. The upcoming Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG colorway draws inspiration from the Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse animated film and is being released in celebration of its upcoming release.
The Air Jordan 6 colorway initially believed to be inspired by Jimmy Butler will join this month’s Air Jordan releases 2018 before Christmas. Two months ago, the Air Jordan 6 was a part of Jordan Brand’s “Tinker Series” of Air Jordan Retro releases. This particular colorway drew inspiration from the Air Trainer SC II High that Tinker Hatfield designed back in 1991. It was dressed up in a combination of “White/Infrared 23–Neutral Grey–Obsidian.” This Air Jordan 6 “Tinker” made its retail debut on October 6th, 2018 at a price of $190. The upcoming Air Jordan 6 colorway you see here is dubbed “Diffused Blue.”
The Air Jordan 33 has once again joined recent Air Jordan releases 2018, this time in the “Utility Blackout” colorway seen back in October. In case you have forgotten, the Air Jordan 33 was officially unveiled during a special event in Los Angeles on September 20th, 2018. The unveiling event was an immersive experience where things like movement–mapping sessions took place and new apparel was showcased. The Air Jordan 33 “Utility Blackout” featured here was first unveiled as a part of Jordan Brand’s Holiday Season collection, which several other colorways of the model. All of those colorways, including the “Utility Blackout,” have hit the shelves as of now.
As you may know, Jordan Brand‘s Holiday Season lineup of Air Jordan releases 2018 includes a snowflake-inspired Grade School-sized colorway. The colorway being referred to is the Air Jordan 8 GS “Snowflake” or “Snow Blizzard,” which was first seen back in October. Coincidentally, one of Jordan Brand’s recent Air Jordan 8 releases was actually spring-themed. If you are wondering, it was the Air Jordan 8 “South Beach” that was dressed up in hues typically associated with spring break in South Beach, Florida. Of course, this latest colorway of the Air Jordan 8 is completely the opposite since it is inspired by the blizzards and snowfalls of winter.
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