The Air Jordan 33 Low SE has officially made its retail debut among April’s recent Air Jordan releases 2019 in a “White/Gym Red” colorway. Introducing a low-profile variation was one of the most significant changes that Jordan Brand made to the Air Jordan 1 ever since its debut back in the mid-‘80s. Since then, releasing a low-top version of every forthcoming Air Jordan model became a tradition. As you may recall, the Air Jordan 33 made its highly-anticipated retail debut in a “Future Flight” colorway on October 18, 2018. Almost six months later, Jordan Brand has released a Low SE (Special Edition) variation of the Air Jordan 33.
The Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG colorway will finally be making its retail debut among the Air Jordan releases 2019 next month. Shortly before the NBA All-Star Weekend, the Travis Scott x Air Jordan 33 NRG “Army Olive” made its retail debut on Valentine’s Day, i.e. February 14th, 2019. Not too long after that, Travis Scoot shared photos in which he was seen holding and wearing in a never-before-seen Nike Air Force 1 Low colorway, though there has been no news about its potential arrival. However, his Air Jordan 1 colorway first mentioned in this post will finally hit the shelves early next month.
As a part of theAir Jordan releses 2019, Jordan Brand will be dropping three brand new Air Jordan 12 colorways, one of which is for women. The photo above is of the Air Jordan 12 WMNS “Reptile.” Of course, it gets its nickname from faux crocodile skin and snakeskin that is visible over a majority of its leather uppers, apart from its traditional stingray mudguards, all of which are covered in Black. Even its heels tabs and inner lining are made up of leather. Additionally, its soles are plain White, and it is equipped with Metallic Gold-colored side badges and upper lace eyelets.
One of the iconic Air Jordan 10 colorways from the City Series is returning to join this year’s Air Jordan releases 2019. After announcing his first retirement in 1993 to pursue a professional baseball career, it seemed like Michael Jordan would never again perform on an NBA court. Hence, the Air Jordan 10 was designed as a tribute to Michael Jordan and a select group of NBA players received PE colorways that collectively became known as the City Series once they hit the shelves.
Although the Air Jordan releases 2019 for the Holiday Season have not been unveiled yet, this Air Jordan 13 colorway will be among them. As you probably know, Jordan Brand recently released the Air Jordan 13 “Atmospheric Grey” on March 23rd, 2019 at a price of $190. It was the first Air Jordan 13 release of 2019, although a “Cap And Gown” colorway is also scheduled to make its retail debut on May 18th, 2019 for $200.
Drake and Jordan Brand pay tribute to Charles Oakley with this Air Jordan 8 PE, which may or may not join upcoming Air Jordan releases 2019. Much like Jordan Brand, “Toronto’s Very Own” Drake has had close ties with the Toronto Raptors, the team that Charles Oakley was a member of between 1998 and 2001. Since the Air Jordan 8 is one of Drake’s favorite sneaker models from Jordan Brand, an Air Jordan 8 “OVO” Pack was released last year on February 16th, 2018.