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Jordan Brand just released official images of the anticipated Air Jordan 1 “Satin Shattered Backboard.” The perennial silhouette receives the beloved colorway alongside satin construction across the uppers. For unique flair, the label equipped the sneaker with orange semi-translucent outsoles. Although the rendition will be a women’s exclusive a majority of nationwide retailers such as Finish Line and Foot Locker will launch larger sizes, up to a men’s 10.5. These drop on May 5th for approximately $160. –HB


Air Jordan 5 Retro “Flight Suit”

airjordanStepping up the whole family’s sneaker game, Jordan Brand is set to release the Air Jordan 5 Retro “Flight Suit” in a new “Blue Suede” make. The velvety shoe sees the royal blue colorway from the midsole and netting to the laces and eyelets. The shoe is then complimented by added black hits on the lining, a metallic silver tongue and a translucent rubber outsole. Reflective 3M material and Jordan branding can also be found on the tongue. These will release September 30 for $190. –HB


Air Jordan 4 “Pure Money” Retro


This year’s retro of the Air Jordan 4 “Pure Money” has officially been revealed by Jordan Brand. Seemingly identical to 2005′s original, the kicks retain their clean white look, opting for a white leather upper to coincide with matching tooling, not to mention white laces, white wings and a matching heel pull tab. Here, the only contrasts come in the form of metallic silver hits to the Jumpman branding, eyestay and visible Max Air unit. Look for these to drop on May 13 for $190. –HB


Air Jordan 1 Retro “Top Three”

air-jordan-1-retro-high-og-big-top-three-a-closer-look-01After months of rumors and photoshop mockups of what the Air Jordan 1 “Top Three” would look like, official images were finally released back in October of this year. Celebrating the iconic Air Jordan 1 silhouette, the special edition model combines some of the silhouette’s most sought-after colorways. The Air Jordan 1 “Top Three” is expected to hit shelves on Monday, November 28 for a retail price of $160 at select Jordan Brand retailers including Sneaker Politics and online. –HB


Air Jordan 1 “Banned” Retro

HyperFocal: 0The 2016 retro of the “Bred” look stays true to the 1985 original, adopting a leather build and iconic colorway while ditching the tonal “X” that decorated the heel of 2011′s drop. Since the kicks come in the form of the Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG, the Nike Air branding remains intact on the tongue. This will be welcomed with open arms when it hits drops September 3rd. –HB

air-jordan-4-retro-dunk-from-above-1The Air Jordan 4 “Dunk From Above” is a unique design in the Jumpman family tree. The shoe sets itself apart from other iterations with two very distinctive features. Firstly, the shoe boasts a plush navy leather that we rarely see on AJ 4s. The other feature is its distinctive gum outsole. Aside from these features, the luscious blue is matched with a bright yellow and a white midsole. –HB


Air Jordan 6 Retro “Maroon”

air-jordan-6-retro-maroon-001First sold in 1990, the Air Jordan 6 “Maroon” has not been seen since, which makes this re-issue all the more significant. The predominantly white colorway boasts an upper of leather with prominent perforations throughout, while hints of maroon decorate the lining and heel pull, and outline the translucent icy blue outsole and visible Air unit. Nike branding embroidered on the heel counter in silver thread finishes off the colorway. Available from December 5 onwards online at Rock City Kicks for $220.

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