This summer, Jordan Brand brings back iconic colorways and re-imagines classic silhouettes in new ways. In addition, the latest performance shoes are updated through special colorway stories. Here’s what’s coming in Summer 2018.
We already covered the Air Jordan 18 Gym Red that dropped a few days ago. However, five new colorways of Russell Westbrook’s debut signature shoe are set to drop this summer. (We’ve already seen one of them as well as other colorways.) Each details a unique element of Westbrook’s professional or personal life.
Buy Here Price: $125 Release Date: April 9th
Using updated materials, this colorway represents MJ’s “Black Cat” persona and honors his championships with design details on the heel.
Buy Here Price: $185 Release Date: April 7th
Making its debut in 1985, this original colorway is highlighted with premium leather and classic details including the Wings logo and Nike Air branding.
Buy Here Price: $160 Release Date: April 14th
Celebrating 23 years of the Air Jordan X, the Dark Shadow colorway retros for the first time in classic form. Coming in the original AJX box, this pair features soft suede, tumbled leather and a reversed Jumpman logo on the heel to properly mirror the 1995 version.
Buy Here Price: $190 Release Date: April 20th
The Cool Grey Air Jordan XI became an instant classic when it released in 2001. The colorway later inspired a low golf shoe PE, and now comes for the first time in a low version.
Buy Here Price: $175 Release Date: April 24th
Combing light bone, Infrared and soft suede upper details, this colorway perfectly balances the style and performance design aspects of the XXXII. A “Gordon St.” street sign is stitched on the inside of each tongue as a tribute to MJ’s childhood home.
Buy Here Price: $165 Release Date: May 7th
Check out the rest of the new Jordan styles for Summer 2018 as they come out here.
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