Several Air Jordan Releases From 2018 & 2017 Were Restocked Via Nike SNKRS

Introduction

This year’s Air Jordan releases 2018 have been steadily and regularly hitting the shelves. However, it is not every day that Jordan Brand officially restocks their retro releases. Earlier this month, a huge variety of different recently dropped retro Air Jordan releases got restocked at VILLA. This restock included a number of popular releases like the Air Jordan 1Bred Toe,” the Air Jordan 3Katrina” and “Tinker,” the Air Jordan 11Cap and Gown,” and many others. Of course, this restock lasted until all pairs were sold out and it was not an official one. The more recently restock being discussed here was directly from Jordan Brand though.

The Restocks

The Air Jordan releases that became available once again via this most recently restock included the following:

Air Jordan 1Game Royal” – A brand new retro colorway, it mimics the color blocking of the Air Jordan 1 OG “Chicago.” The Black and Summit White hues appear over the same areas, but Varsity Red has been replaced with Game Royal. It retailed for $160 on March 24th, 2018.

The Air Jordan 1 “Shadow” – A returning colorway that last arrived at retailers back in 2013, its color blocking is more alike that of the Air Jordan 1 OG “Royal.” However, it is dressed up in a combination of Black and Medium Grey. It retailed for $160 on April 14th, 2018.

Air Jordan 3 “Katrina” – Also referred to as “Hall Of Fame,” this colorway was exclusively auctioned off to raise funds for the relief efforts following Hurricane Katrina back in 2006. It finally made its long-awaited retailed debut on May 12, 2018 at a price of $190.

Air Jordan 11 “Win Like 96” – This was one of last year’s Air Jordan releases for the 2017 Holiday Season. Its mesh and patent leather uppers, combined with Zoom Air cushioning, were dressed up in a combination of Red and White. It retailed for $220 on December 9th, 2017.

Air Jordan 18 “Toro” – The Air Jordan 18 finally made its comeback this year and the “Toro” was the first brand new, retro colorway of the model. It looks quite luxurious due to its nearly all-Red suede appearance with some Black accents. It retailed for $225 on April 7th, 2018.

All of these former Air Jordan releases 2018 and several others got restocked via the Nike SNKRS app, and pairs might still be available if stocks have lasted.

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