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.”
For the 30th anniversary of the Air Jordan 4, several new colorways of the model will be joining next year’s Air Jordan releases 2019. You may already know about the two Air Jordan 4 colorways that draw inspiration from Spike Lee’s comedy–drama film, Do the Right Thing. Based on the Photoshop illustrations, one of the two iterations seemed like it borrowed the colors from the Gucci stripes. Of course, they are both actually inspired by the Italian flag and “Sal’s Pizzeria” from the film. In addition to these two colorways though, many others will arrive next year to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Air Jordan 4.
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.
Travis Scott is going to be collaborating with Jordan Brand once again to design one of next year‘s Air Jordan releases 2019. Ever since Drake allegedly parted ways with Jordan Brand, Travis Scott has become the face and leading representative of the brand from the world of hip hop. Travis Scott’s association with Jordan Brand was actually quite abrupt and it can all be traced back to when he unveiled the Jordan Trunner LX “Cactus Jack” on his Instagram profile (@travisscott) in July 2017. Travis Scott has been avidly collaborating with Jordan Brand in 2018 and it seems that he will continue doing so next year as well.
One of the Air Jordan 11‘s most iconic colorways will make its comeback as a part of next year’s Air Jordan releases 2019. Jordan Brand might be setting a new annual Holiday Season tradition of bringing back iconic Air Jordan 11 colorways during December. The Air Jordan 11 “Concord” made its highly-anticipated return this year. In fact, it just hit the shelves at a long list of retailers on December 8th so hurry up and grab your pair(s) now at a price of $220. While the Air Jordan 11 “Bred” has been re-released before, those who do not own a pair yet would not want to miss its return.
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.”