The Air Jordan XX9 “Bloodline” Will Make Its Debut In A New Style

On December 21, new images of the Air Jordan XX9 surfaced on the Internet, which unveiled the latest Jordan Brand silhouette in a new colorway and style. Apparently, the upper of the Air Jordan XX9 has been modified for the retail debut of this upcoming colorway that 23 is Back readers will be able to cop next year. Initial rumors suggested that this new Air Jordan XX9 colorway would be hitting the shelves on one of the 2015 Jordan release dates, and it did not take long for that rumor to be confirmed.

air-jordan-xx9-bloodline-new-design-02This colorway of the Air Jordan XX9 has been rightfully dubbed “Bloodline,” and 23isBack readers should be able to understand why. The upper of this sneaker is indeed woven, but a new graphic is featured that looks like contoured wavy patterns and resembles topographic maps. Considering that this style has never been seen before, this makes it the third iteration of the Air Jordan XX9. However, before the Air Jordan 30 is unveiled next year, it is only natural to expect that more colorways and styles of the Air Jordan XX9 will be arriving.

Of course, there is definitely a reason that this colorway has been dubbed “Bloodline.” The upper of this new jordans is dressed up in all black. However, it gets its Bloodline nickname from the red inner lining, laces and outsole. This pair also seems to have a glossy black midsole, which is apparently covered in the elephant print design. As for the branding, there is a large white “23” on the tongue and a medium-sized white Jordan Jumpman on the ankle. The red insole also features branding in the form of the Jordan Jumpman branding and “FLIGHT.”

air-jordan-xx9-bloodline-new-design-03The initial rumors were confirmed, and one of the Jordan release dates 2015, which has been announced for the retail debut of the Air Jordan XX9 “Bloodline,” is January 10th, 2015. However, 23 is Back readers will have to set aside $225 if they wish to cop this Air Jordan pair with a new style next year.

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