Jordan New Releases

Stay up to date with the newest Jordan shoe releases, collab drops, and more.

The 2021 Re-Release Is Rumored to Make a Return on July 24th With the year 2021, it is evident we will see a ton of new sneaker releases, and the Air Jordan 5 Oreo is definitely on the watch list Read More

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   The beloved Jordan brand continues to create women’s-exclusive retro shoes for next year’s Spring collection. The Air Jordan 4 “Starfish” is one of the 11 new pairs, and it promises to deliver women an experimental layout inspired by space Read More

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Select users of the Nike SNKRS app were pinged with a notification on November 16 for their participation on 23Live and were given a chance at buying the forthcoming Jubilee silhouette. Celebrating the Model’s 25th Anniversary The Jordan brand is Read More

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The famous Air Jordan 4 “Fire Red” will be making a comeback in November 2020 as part of Jordan Brand’s holiday lineup.  The shoe features white, black, tech grey, and fire red tones and will be returning in its OG Read More

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Release Date: October 21, 2020

Air Jordan 35 “Warrior”

The latest Air Jordan 35 showcases some aesthetic components of the previous Air Jordan. Washington Rui Hachimura has gone to take an unconventional route to the NBA. The warrior spirit he showcased during his journey inspired Jordan Brand’s Air 35 Read More

Release Date: November 30, 2020

AIR JORDAN 1 MID ’QUILTED’

Air Jordan 1 is kicking off another great year with lots of concepts and designs waiting to be unveiled. The famous footwear label Air Jordan gears up for their ‘Quilted’ designed shoes to launch this year. Air Jordan 1 Mid Read More

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Release Date: December 26, 2020

Air Jordan 12 “Reverse Flu Game”

It is said that the Air Jordan 12 "Reverse Flu Game" will be released during the holidays, precisely on December 26 of this year. It is packed with flipping black and varsity red colors that also have a subtle twist Read More

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Release Date: September 2020

Jordan Crater

Through the years, the Jordan Brand has had an unforgettable impact on the sports world. Now, the label that Michael Jordan built is keen on leaving as little an environmental footprint as it possibly could with a brand-new innovative sneaker Read More

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Release Date: September 4, 2020

Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG “Bio Hack”

Following the release of early teasers and initial reports hinting at its release, official photos of the Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG "Bio Hack" model have been released. The model seems to draw inspiration from the Undefeated x Nike Read More

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Release Date: TBD 2021

Air Jordan 1 x Supreme

With a new Supreme season on the horizon, rumors are rampant of upcoming collaborations. One of the most eye-popping ones that has sent the sneaker industry on its head is Jordan Brand— the Air Jordan 1 x Supreme. This collaboration Read More

Release Date: August 29, 2020

New “Union” Collab Colorways coming our way!

Talks have begun to be spread about a fresh new collaboration between Union and Jordan Brand. This is exciting news as these two brands linked up back in 2018 for a couple of incredible Air Jordan 1 colorways. These products Read More

Release Date: September 12, 2020

Air Jordan 7 GC China

While Jordan Brand usually releases its Air Jordans with Chinese themes around Chinese New Year, the Air Jordan 7 GC China appears to veer away from that norm. Believed to be a Greater China exclusive — hence the GC tag Read More

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Release Date: 2021

Air Jordan 1 High Switch

Sneakerheads that keep making a "Jordan switch" between Air Jordan 1 highs and Air Jordan 1 lows now have a solution to their problems with the Air Jordan 1 High Switch. There is no release date yet. However, this unique, Read More

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For the past couple of years, Jordan Brand has been actively launching the releases of their products in various color schemes. Including neon styles like the Air Jordan 4 LE ‘Neon’, sleek designs like the Air Jordan 12 ‘Reverse Taxi,’ Read More

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A Brief Jordan History: Air Jordans Long-Living Legacy

Michael Jordan is a household name for not only his NBA basketball superstar prowess, but also his iconic Nike x Air Jordan brand. Air Jordans (sometimes abbreviated AJ) have been leading sneaker culture since 1985 and the line itself has been extended into athletic and casual athleisure clothing. 

It all started when the original Air Jordan’s were created exclusively for MJ himself by designer Peter C. Moore in 1984. The following year, the shoe was released to the public. At its core, Air Jordans have been, and are meant to be, performance basketball shoes. Since that first release, 33 versions of Air Jordans have been released, each as sought-after as the last. 

Since Michael Jordan’s retirement from the game, Jordan sneaker drops have consisted of “retro” versions, which are the re-release of an original shoe, but in a new version. Though Jordan’s have had their rise and fall like every other sneaker brand, they have come back as big and loved as ever, reflecting the long-lasting power of Michael Jordan and Nike. 


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The original Air Jordan sneakers were produced exclusively for Michael Jordan and designed for Nike by Peter Moore, Tinker Hatfield, and Bruce Kilgore. Since being released to the public in 1985, he not only approves the final design but has a big say on all the products that bear his name.



The Jordan 1 Low is the least expensive sneaker within the Air Jordan catalog. 

While each Jordan model has had it’s run of popularity, a constantly sold Jordan shoe that remains popular is the Jordan 11. 

As of 2020, there are 35 types of Air Jordans, one type released each year since it’s public launch in 1985. 

Yes, Jordans run true to size. 

Yes, Jordan sells extra laces. Your Jordan order will also come with 2 extra pairs of laces.