“Black Leather” and “Hot Punch” colorways of the Air Jordan 4 already joined last month’s Air Jordan releases 2019 and more are on their way. Back in January, Jalen Ramsey also shared a photo of a Jacksonville Jaguars-themed Air Jordan 4“Laser” iteration. Earlier this month, @hanzuying also posted the very first photos of this 2019 version of the Air Jordan 4 “Bred” on Instagram, one of which is featured below. Of course, as you may know, it is the 30th anniversary of the Air Jordan 4 this year. Hence, it should be expected that plenty of other Air Jordan 4 colorways will hit the shelves in the coming months.
As Jordan Brand continues to team up with Travis Scott this year, many upcoming Air Jordan releases 2019 will feature “Cactus Jack” branding. As he joined Maroon 5 and fellow rapper Big Boi to perform during this year’s Super Bowl LIII halftime show, Travis Scott was laced up in a never-before-seen Air Jordan 6 “Cactus Jack” pair. Surprisingly, no surprise release via the Nike SNKRS app took place during the halftime show. Furthermore, Big Boi was rocking an Oregon Ducks-themed pair of the Air Jordan 3. Last but not least, Maroon 5’s Adam Levine was wearing Travis Scott’s own Air Jordan 1 “Cactus Jack,” which will be discussed below.
Jordan Brand will be introducing two brand new, futuristic sneaker models as a part of this year’s Air jordan releases 2019. Despite borrowing from the Air Jordan 3, the Air Jordan 33 looks nothing like it. As in the past, the Air Jordan 33 introduced Jordan Brand’s latest performance innovation, the FastFit system. The design of the Air Jordan 33 made it apparent that it had a “space flight” theme, along with having a somewhat exposed and deconstructed look. However, Jordan Brand’s venture into futuristic, technological advanced footwear is stepping beyond the Air Jordan 33 with the two new sneaker models, the Apex-Utility and the Proto Utility.
One of three colorways of the Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 that will be joining next month’s Air Jordan releases 2019 has been dubbed “The Family.” Russell Westbrook’s second signature sneaker model from Jordan Brand made its retail debut earlier last month on January 10th at a price of $130. Soon after its retail debut, Jordan Brand-sponsored collegiate teams also received exclusive iterations of the Why Not Zer0.2 sporting their respective team colors. In addition to the “BHM” color that will hit the shelves next month, a Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 colorway dubbed “Own The Game” will also be a part of Jordan Brand’s 2019 NBA All-Star Footwear Collection.
Having hit the shelves four times before, the Air Jordan 6 “Infrared” is returning once more amongst next month’s Air Jordan releases 2019. The Air Jordan 6 “Infrared” was the sneaker Michael Jordan was wearing when he led the Chicago Bulls towards their first NBA championship victory and it was that very year that Jordan Brand released it. Following its original retail debut, it was re–released thrice, once in 2000, then in 2010, and finally in 2014. The most recent re-release was a remastered editions and so far, it was closest to the original, in terms of accuracy and resemblance. Perhaps this year’s version will be even better.
One of the recent Air Jordan releases 2019 was an “All–Star” colorway of the Air Jordan 33 that debuted a month before the All–Star Weekend. Earlier this month, Jordan Brand released an all–Red Air Jordan 33 iteration that looked like a hybrid of the Air Yeezy 2 “Red October” and the Don C x Air Jordan 2 due to featuring similar quilted uppers. In commemoration of the Chinese New Year, which officially begins on February 5th, a “Year of the Pig” colorway of the Air Jordan 33 will also be making its retail debut next month. Before that though, Jordan Brand recently dropped the “All-Star” colorway you see here.