We’re roughly three quarters of the way through 2023, and while there’s been a number of solid releases already, there’s still more to come from Jordan Brand. To help you get your plans sorted for the next few months, we’ve put together a list of upcoming Jordan Retros for Winter 2023.
This solid black pair takes cues from the OG AJ8 colourway, with Charlotte Hornets-inspired hits of purple and blue.
OG cut Jordan 1 Low continues its hot streak, with this pair sporting red hits on a clean white leather upper.
This mauve colourway is a simple two-tone mix of premium white leather and smooth, faint purple overlays.
Initially limited to a 501-pair NYC-exclusive pop-up drop in 2016, the Satin Bred is finally getting a wide release.
The first AJ1 Low is back, true to its original form and colourway from 1985. The upper is made with a crisp white leather upper with grey suede on the Swooshes and heel.
The AJ12 is back in its sleek OG Cherry colourway. The premium upper comes in smooth white leather, with cherry reds on its pebbled mudguard and Air sole.
It’s an all-new take on the classic AJ1 Royals. Following the aged storytelling on the Lost and Found Chicagos, these Royals are reimagined with an entirely suede upper.
The suede panels and technical details of these Air Jordan 5s are covered in the collegiate colours of the Georgetown Hoyas.
As the name suggests, the Neapolitan 11s come in a vanilla white upper with a chocolatey dark brown patent leather mudguard, with strawberry pink on the translucent outsole.
The Air Jordan 4 SE Craft ‘Photon Dust’ was one of the standout releases earlier this year. This pair follows the same redesigned ‘Craft’ build with a versatile olive green colourway.
These AJ13s come in a classic dimpled white leather upper, with panels of wheat-brown suede over its cat paw sole.
This menacing entry from 2013’s ‘Fear’ pack’ is back for its ten-year anniversary. The upper comes in dark grey tones with spooky orange hits throughout.
The AJ3 WMNS Off-Noir is definitely one of the coldest new colourways on this list. The comes in a jet-black suede upper, with light grey elephant print panels on the toe and heel.
Lastly, we get the return of one of MJ and Tinker’s favourites, the Air Jordan 11 DMP is back for the first time since 2006. This time with a tumbled white leather upper complementing its classic black patent leather, complete with commemorative hits of gold on the Jumpman and outsole.