The Air Jordan XVII+ arrived long past MJ’s days in the Windy City. The design came to life in tones unlike past Air Jordan models, sporting a color scheme inspired by his team at the time. Now, the modern design reaches back into the history books for a new Chicago-inspired look in fitting retro fashion. The classic silhouette features a black premium leather upper with red hits on the Jumpman symbols and lace loops, in addition to red highlights that brighten the back half of the shoe. Look for the ‘Bulls’ version of the AJ 17+ to drop this Sunday, May 29th in-store and by phone order.
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Throwing it back to ’97, Jordan Brand comes through with one of the most anticipated retro releases of 2016; the Air Jordan 12 Retro ‘Flu Game’. It’s title stems from MJ’s historic playoff run leading up to his game 5 performance in the 1997 NBA Finals against the Utah Jazz in which he scored 38 points, leading the Bulls to victory all while suffering from the flu. 19 years later we see a remastered version of the iconic retro, utilizing all the premium materials from the original making it as close to the original as possible. Gear up for the release and don’t sleep when it finally drops Saturday, May 28th.
For Jordan Brand’s latest release, they’ve decided to ditch was made the Air Jordan 1 so iconic in the first place, the Nike Swoosh; And with that they introduce a trio of ‘Swooshless’ Air Jordan 1 Low’s. Keeping with the recent release of the ‘Pinnacle’ Air Jordan’s that have released in recent months, Jordan Brand sticks to premium materials for this release. All of the sneakers come equipped with a premium leather upper, while lined with premium suede. Sticking to a minimalist approach, all three some in a single tone, with only a white midsole to add contrast. Branding comes in the form of “Nike Air” on the tongue, and the Jordan Wing logo on the heel. Lookout for this unique release from Jordan Brand to drop Saturday, May 21st.
The Air Jordan 2 helped cement His Airness’ legacy in the world of footwear. With just Wings branding on the tongue and Nike script on the heel, the simple design by Bruce Kilgore let the premium construction speak for itself. First released in just two color ways and in both high and low cuts, the original Air Jordan 2 first returned in 1994 as part of the first-ever Air Jordan retro run alongside the Air Jordan 1 and Air Jordan 3. Look for the Air Jordan 2 Low ‘Bred’ to release this Saturday, May 21st.
The Air Jordan 9 returns in low fashion. This retro comes suited in bright mango premium leather that carries to the sole. The theme of bright color continues with the green Jumpman over a globe on the back heel – a nod to His Airness evolving into a worldwide phenomenon. Dark green tones down the bright shoe most notably on the tongue, inner, and laces – while speckled paint graces the midsole for a clean finish. Look for the drop this Saturday, May 7th.
The Air Jordan 9 returns in low fashion. This retro comes suited in all black premium leather with a white sole. Gym red hits can be seen throughout – Most notably on the Jumpman over a globe on the back heel – a nod to His Airness evolving into a worldwide phenomenon. Gym red can also be seen on the 23, the inner, and on the Jumpman placed on the white sole. Look for a drop this Saturday, April 16th.
Back in 2002, His Airness returned to the game of basketball for the third time while introducing a new model – the Air Jordan XVII. The shoe makes its triumphant return in its original color way April 9, and will be available in-store at our Moreland Ave. location.
This eye-catching Air Jordan 2 Retro Low pops with an all over Gym Red treatment. Premium leather uppers, eye stay, heel piece, midsole, outsole, and wings logo on the tongue reflect this tonal look. Look for the official launch this Saturday, April 2nd.
Originally released back in 2005, the Air Jordan 12 Retro ‘French Blue’ returns in remastered form. Featuring premium tumbled leather uppers and French Blue leather overlay, the ‘French Blue’ colorway is truly identical to the original release. Look for the latest Air Jordan Retro to release this Saturday, April 2nd.
The Air Jordan I Low quickly became a fan favorite in several metallic colorways. In the years since initial release, collectors have continued to clamor for the rare style. The coveted kick now returns in true form, complete with a classic leather build, metallic navy detailing and the ever-iconic Air Jordan Wings logo on the heel. Prepare for a release coming next Monday, March 21st.