Ha sido un comienzo ajetreado para Jordan Brand. Las colaboraciones con Off-White™ y Dior, así como una serie de modelos retro, han asegurado que Jordan Brand se ha puesto en el pie derecho. Aunque todavía podemos estar en los meses pico del verano, parece que todavía no hay señales de desaceleración. Afortunadamente, ahora echamos un vistazo más de cerca a las zapatillas Jordan restantes que se lanzarán a lo largo de 2020, cortesía de la marca.
En total, 12 Jordans se lanzarán a lo largo del otoño del 20 de otoño, dando a las zapatillas de todo el mundo una amplia variedad para elegir. Cubriendo todo, desde exclusivas para mujeres hasta volteretas de Oregón, Jordan Brand está asegurando que haya algo para todos para la próxima temporada. A continuación, te daremos un desglose de cada zapatilla que se ofrece.
Air Jordan 1 High OG WMNS “Satin Snakeskin”
Arguably one of the most coveted pairs from the upcoming season is the Air Jordan 1 High OG WMNS “Satin Snakeskin.” Playing on the classic Chicago colourway, the sneaker features faux snakeskin leather on the ankle, heel and Swoosh. Contrasting white leather on the midsection, as well as the waxed laces, have made this premium looking sneaker one you don’t want to miss.
Air Jordan 1 High OG CO.JP “Neutral Grey”
Back in 2001, Jordan Brand began experimenting with a number of Japanese exclusive releases. The CO.JP range saw the introduction of the “Neutral Grey”, a silver Air Jordan 1 that has since become a highly sought after pair. After a 19-year hiatus, the sneaker will be making a return. Pairs sold in Japan will come in exclusive silver suitcases for good measure.
Air Jordan 1 High OG “Bio Hack”
This pair may look familiar to some sneakerheads. For Fall 20, Jordan Brand will release a “Bio Hack” Air Jordan 1 High OG. Taking inspiration from the UNDEFEATED x Nike Dunk, this pair is a mismatch of colours, materials and designs. If you’re looking for a bold Jordan 1, look no further.
Air Jordan 1 High OG “Light Smoke Grey”
Jordan Brand has kept things relatively simple on the “Light Smoke Grey” 1s. Featuring a soft grey suede and white leather, the ankle features a splash of red for good measure. The neutral approach has certainly helped, making this one of our favourite Air Jordan 1s for this year.
Air Jordan III WMNS “Laser Orange”
It’s hard to beat a pair of Air Jordan 3s, and this “Laser Orange” colourway is a great example of less is more. The upcoming sneaker features a white tumbled leather base as well as the familiar elephant print. However, the orange accents on the heel, eyelets and tongue make this one Air Jordan 3 that you won’t want to miss.
Air Jordan III SE Denim “Fire Red”
In keeping with the slick Air Jordan 3 releases this year, the SE Denim “Fire Red” is a blend of past and present sneakers. Using a simple white leather base, the sneaker features denim elephant print on the heel, mudguard and eyelets. Fire Red accents on the heel and tongue link this shoe back to the OG version, but it’s the transparent heel tab that has a lot of people talking. The heel tab features both the Jumpman and Nike Air logos, the first time this has been done.
Air Jordan V Retro SE “Oregon”
The University of Oregon is no stranger to exclusive sneakers. As the school of Nike founder Phil Knight, the UoO has always received rare shoes. In 2014, an Air Jordan 5 “Oregon” was given to members of the Ducks team. Quickly becoming one of the hottest Jordan 5s on the planet, Jordan Brand is giving sneakerheads a chance to cop their own pair. Luxury green suede, black accents and splashes of yellow ensure that this is one eye-catching 5s.
Air Jordan VI WMNS
This Air Jordan 6 is the final women’s exclusive to release in Fall 20. A combination of contrasting grey suedes has been used, whilst translucent mid-panels add another texture. Subtle messages include “Be Kind,” “Embrace Uniqueness” and “Spread Love.”
Air Jordan XII Retro “University Gold”
Few Jordan Brand athletes have had as many memorable PEs as Gary Payton. This Air Jordan 12 uses black and yellow leather, almost identical to Payton’s OG. Whilst The Glove’s PE may have featured his GP 20 on the side, this sneaker, unfortunately, does not. However, if you don’t have thousands to spend, this is a great alternative.
Air Jordan XII “Stone Blue”
Releasing towards the end of the year we have the Air Jordan 12 “Stone Blue.” The simple colour blocking features a smooth indigo blue leather and a classic white leather mudguard. Silver eyelets and a blue Jumpman on the tongue round this well-balanced sneaker off nicely.
Air Jordan XIII “Lucky Green”
An ode to Ray Allen’s Boston Celtic’s PEs, the “Lucky Green” 13s are going to be a tough cop. The simple combination of white leather, accented by green suede on the heel and mudguard, is a fitting tribute. Of course, the familiar details like the holographic eye on the ankle bring this sneaker altogether. This is one AJ13 you don’t want to miss out on.
Air Jordan XIV “Hyper Royal”
This is another thoughtful Air Jordan 14, taking inspiration from Mitch Richmond’s PEs at the Washington Wizards. A combination of white leather and “Hyper Royal” accents throughout. This is a simple Air Jordan 14 colourway that is going to be one to remember.
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If you’re looking to cop any of this seasons Jordan releases, good luck! With so many great colourways on offer, this is going to be a great season of drops.