New Jordan 2020, The Air Jordan 1 Hi '85 celebrates its third anniversary in 2022 with the release of official images of the upcoming "Georgetown" colorway. Following the release of "New Beginnings" and "Varsity Red" in 2020 and "Neutral Grey" in 2021, Jordan Brand has launched a time capsule, this collegiate navy/tech grey Air Jordan 1 reproduces the original in the most accurate way possible The 1985 model we've seen. The upper is crafted from premium plain leather in the aforementioned Georgetown colors, which goes well with the classic colorblock style, while the nylon tongue has a slight yellow accent that hints at the spongy interior padding. The lining and sockliner are a complementary color to University Grey, while the midsole is a clean white. The Air Jordan 1 Hi '85 "Georgetown" also includes a folded card outlining the technical specifications of the shoe, as well as an OG-style shoe box.
2020 Cheap Jordans, The Air Jordan 5 “Racer Blue” debuted in late June 2021, finally surfacing through official images ahead of its February 12 release date. Reminiscent of the hybrid created when the model's famous "Stealth" and "Oreo" colorway was combined, the upcoming sneaker features a "black" suede construction. The signature mesh profile window and reflective tongue top are highlighted in silver to complement the discreet setting, which is also detailed in the titular "Racer Blue" hue. The Jumpman logo on the spine is a tad lighter than the aforementioned blue, while the midsole and branding visible through the translucent tread is a rich hue reminiscent of vintage "Royal" Air Jordans.
In Retro Jordan 2021, the world was watching ESPN's documentary series "The Last Dance," which reintroduced Michael Jordan's iconic sneaker line to new audiences. Models such as the Air Jordan 13 were credited with playing a major role in the last NBA championship game on the 23rd, and its "Playoff" colorway recently appeared on the Jordan 6 Rings, a hybrid design that incorporates the Chicago Bulls legend's championship win of each style of ring. While the upcoming sneaker is highly similar to the AJ 13, the leopard claw-inspired sole unit is the most obvious nod to Tinker Hatfield's design. "Black", "University Red" and "Vibrant Yellow" are also grouped together in a color-block pattern similar to the 1998 NBA All-Star Game "Playoffs" style. The components of the Air Jordan 6 and Air Jordan 8 -- worn by MJ in his first and third NBA championship games, respectively -- injected some sparse but vibrant style, while the rest of the shoe kept most of it Stealth look.
jordan shoes 2019, The Nike Dunk Low was recently relaunched with a revamped women's-only design under the "Disrupt" moniker, but that didn't stop it from introducing an all-new colorway over the 1985 layout. Peter Moore's iconic creation appears to borrow atmos' popular 2003 "Khaki/Viotech" colour scheme for its latest ensemble. The suede and leather uppers are divided into earth tones, and the silhouette swooshes, collar linings, and demonic icons at the heels are all in eye-catching purple. Like previous Nike SB releases, the outgoing sneaker features a smaller swoosh on the outside of the forefoot that complements the aforementioned angular logo near the spine. The sole unit reminiscent of the Air Jordan 1 is kept simple to allow the placement of the upper to take center stage, although the tread makes its own statement with a translucent finish. Finally, the sneakers feature East Asian-inspired artwork on the insole, which means they'll be available exclusively in Asia and/or another addition to atmos' collaboration with Swoosh.