Jordan release 2015 news regarding the fact that Jordan Brand is ready to remaster Jordan retro models has led to the emergence of a series of early photographs. These photos reveal the Jordan pairs that are expected to be released next year. Normally, it would be somewhat baffling to come up with latest 23isBack release dates on the basis of early product sheets. However, the good thing is that some of next year’s releases have already been previewed.
Jordan 7 “French Blue” is among the pairs expected to be redone for next year. Jordan sneaker aficionados may be aware that this is a retro+ colorway and it stays true to the trend of the rest of the kicks in the Spring 2015 Air Jordan group, all which appear to be newer leaning kicks.
It was back on December 14, 2002 when the Retro+ “White / French Blue – Flint Grey” colorway of Jordan 7 had original been released. However, this was not the only pair that was released that day, rather the date also marked the release of the Retro+ “Retro – Black / Citrus – Varsity Red” colorway of Jordan 7 as well. Continue reading Jordan Brand Has Confirmed The Return Of Jordan 7 “French Blue” Among Other Remastered
This December, as per Jordan release dates 2014, Jordan11s are expected to make their return, and it is something that sneaker enthusiasts have actually been waiting for. This colorway of Jordan 11 was known as “Columbia” (because of the Columbia Blue hue) back in the days when it was worn during the ’96 All-Star Game by Michael Jordan. However, 23 is Back has found out that Jordan Brand has used the “Legend Blue” colorway for the pair instead of the original colors.
The original “Columbia” colorway had been homage to the days when Michael Jordan was playing in the University of North Carolina. Moreover, as mentioned, the original pair had been worn by Jordan during the NBA All-Star Game that took place in San Antonio in 1996. The event had been highly televised and the original Jordan 11 “Columbia” had effectively stolen the sneaker show.
Continue reading Latest Jordan 11s Feature Legend Blue Instead Of The Columbia Colorway
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Air Jordan XX9: 2014
Apart from Jordan release dates 2015, the biggest hype in the sneaker world centers on the release of Jordan XX9. The latest 29th incarnation and version of Air Jordan sneakers was introduced and unveiled by Michael Jordan himself at an event that Nike’s Jordan Brand had hosted on April 17th, in Manhattan, New York. Continue reading Jordan XX9
23 is Back has come to know that in their latest remastering process, Jordan Brand is taking a trip back in the past when Retro+ colorways had emerged. In the process of unearthing the latest Jordan release dates 2014, it has been discovered that Jordan 4 “Columbia,” known for its prolific leather build, is expected to make a comeback very soon.
The information that apparently comes from Jordan Brand reveals that the lining will be the same as that seen on the original Jordan 6. However, apparently the pair will have more finely detailed Jumpan branding, and even the materials the pair will feature will be a step up in the scale of quality.
Of course, all of this will come at a price. It has been reported that anywhere between a 10% and 15% increase in prices of upcoming Jordan retros can be expected, depending on the model. The same could be the case with this Jordan 4 “Columbia.”
Continue reading Jordan Brand Is Expected To Redo Jordan 4 “Columbia” & Release It At A Higher Price
23 is Back would like to be among the first to report that the fact that a new approach is going to be taken by Jordan Brand in terms of constructions and materials on retro Jordan pairs that will be released next year. It should be obvious that Jordan release dates 2015 have not yet been disclosed, but Jordan Brand is expected to initially focus on Jordans 4, 7 and 10, and this popular “Chicago” colorway is expected to make its return too.
So far, out of all Jordan retro pairs, which are scheduled to be remastered for 2015, Jordan 10 “Chicago” is the only one that will come in an original colorway. Even after so many years, since 1994 to be precise, this pair that was once a rare PE is still considered quite sacred, and Jordan Brand only retrod them once in the past.
This upcoming Jordan 10 “Chicago” will be quite different from the 2012 edition. First, Jordan Brand is going to remaster the shape of this upcoming version and second, the collar will feature the “45” stitching around it, which was originally seen on the PE version of this pair that was worn by Michael Jordan. Moreover, the Player Exclusive “45” will be embroidered on an upper made from high quality tumbled leather. Continue reading The Popular & Sacred “Chicago” Colorway Gets Remastered For 2015 After Having Been Retrod Back In 2012
Initially, it was believed that Jordan Brand was bringing back Jordan 1 KO in 2013 among other Jordan sneakers that were making a comeback last year. The thing that was interesting was that the model had been dubbed Jordan 1 KO High OG. That was actually not very surprising that the “OG” designation had been appointed to several different Jordan 1 Retro colorways that had been released last year. However, this most likely does not mean that this pair will feature “Nike Air” on the tongue. Although the pair did not arrive in 2013, but the latest release dates of new Jordans 2014 revealed that the Air Jordan 1 KO would be making its retail debut in 2014.
With the beginning of 2014, it had become evident that Jordan 1 KO was a part of Jordan 1 range that Jordan Brand intended to release this year. Jordan 1 colorways that are yet to be released are actually canvas editions of the Michael Jordan’s very first sneaker.
Continue reading Black/Royal Blue Colorway Of Jordan 1 KO Is Scheduled To Make A Fall 2014 Debut