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New Jordans 2017 will be releasing a brand new colorway of the Air Jordan 5 that has the model rock an all-Red motif. At first, the shoe looks like it could be an altered version of the Red pair from the Raging Bulls pack, but as of right now, that doesn’t appear to be the case.Drawing comparison to 2009's "Raging Bull" release, and rightfully so, this pair is fully decked out in red suede, with red plastic-coated mesh cutting through the quarters. 3M reflective detailing holds true on the tongue, while black adds to the Bulls flavor on the tongue trim, lining, midsole "teeth" and Jumpman logos. The shoe sits atop an icy blue-tinted translucent sole.The Air Jordan 5 will feature a “Raging Bull” feel, with the exception of a few details found on the toro pack release. The upper sports a university red suede upper, alongside black accents for a true Chicago Bulls feel. 3M hits the tongue with black shark teeth hitting the midsoles. Lastly, icey outsoles bless the bottoms for a full on Air Jordan 5 feel.
The 2017 Air Jordan Shoes is set to release at Jordan Brand retailers across the globe on July 1st, 2017 for a retail price of $190.The Air Jordan 5 Red Suede isn’t exactly a “Raging Bull” Retro release, but they’ll be debuting this July 2017. But if you’re a fan of all-Red shoes, than this Air Jordan 5 will be a must-cop this summer.The last time there was an all-red Jordan 5, the sneaker game was a bit different. We’re talking about the Air Jordan 5 “Raging Bull” Pack that featured a premium red suede version of Mike’s classic 1990 offering that donned the Chicago accents in a way nobody had ever seen before. For those of you that missed out on the 2009 duo, there’s always the Jordan 5 Red Suede, slated to release July 1st for $190 USD.Even more Red is found on the netting on the side panels as well as on the majority of the shoe’s midsole. Adding some contrast is the 3M reflective on the tongue, Black accents on the inner lining, shark teeth component on the midsole and Jumpman branding on the heel.
The KD 9 For Sale will reportedly be hitting retailers on July 1st for $190 and today we have a closer look at what to expect from the "University Red" Air Jordan 5s, which feature a monochromatic red suede construction, offset by hits of black, a reflective metallic silver tongue and an icy blue outsole.As of now, there is no official release date information, but the Air Jordan 5 "Red Suede is rumored to be releasing for $190 on July 1. It's also worth noting that a blue suede Air Jordan 5 is expected to release alongside or shortly after the red pair, so stay posted to Sole Collector for updates. Rumored for a July 1 release date, this Air Jordan 5 Retro gets an all-over University Red look — even the cage, which usually yellows over time when done in clear plastic, has gotten the red treatment. This build sits atop icy outsoles and a visible Air unit in the heel.
The New Jordans 2017 will feature a White-based upper with the hologram displaying the year ’98 with an image of MJ, while the Air Jordan 14 is dressed in Black. Each are accented with Metallic Gold – as a nod to the Larry O’Brien NBA championship trophy.First off, the Air Jordan 13 features a premium, white quilted leather upper accompanied by ‘Metallic Gold’ hits on the midsole, mudguard, and heel. Additional red accents paying homage to the Bulls are found on the Jumpman. Additional key details on the colorway include the number “98”, the championship year, present inside the hologram logo and “UNTIL WE QUIT’ in gold printed on the inner white tongue patch. The limited edition colorway arrives in special edition packaging that reveals Phil Jackson’s infamous “Last Shot” play call.The Air Jordan XIII features a white tumbled leather base, a green iridescent hologram sits at the lateral side of the ankle collar, while metallic gold paneling hits the heel panel and mudguard of the kicks. The 'Team Red' accents that hit the outsole and Jumpman embroidery is also a good look.
The set contains two sets of 2017 Air Jordan Shoes and both are adorned with golden accents as their special feature. A white leather Air Jordan 13 is found with copious amounts of metallic gold and “They can’t win until we quit” inscribed on the tongue. The Air Jordan 14 is cast in black leather with metallic gold on the outsole to really provide a heavy dose of contrast.News of a Jordan Brand pack around this time of year may not be surprising for many of you. JB has confirmed that its next big release is the Finals Pack. The last pack release we could count was the Air Jordan 11/29 Pack. The Champaign/Cigar series wasn’t really a pack because it released separately (if you wanted to get technical).Meanwhile, the Air Jordan 14 features a premium black leather upper accompanied by ‘Metallic Gold’ hits on the midsole shank and Jumpman branding. Additional, subtle red accents paying homage to the Bulls are found on the heel and outsole.
It's been a while since KD 9 For Sale has released a Defining Moments Pack. The original, featuring Air Jordans 6 and 11, dropped in 2006. Six years later, Jordan's Olympic success was saluted with the Golden Moments Pack. Now, according to zSneakerHeadz, the concept is returning this year, commemorating Jordan's final season with the Chicago Bulls.The Black/Metallic Gold/Anthracitepair pair, also known as the “Confetti” pair, will consist of black tumbled leather with a confetti print along the midsole and black speckles around the eye stays and heel. The Light Bone/Metallic Gold-White pair will feature a ‘Champagne’ colorway and consist of white tumbled leather, a pearlescent hue around the lace stays and heel, and a metallic gold side panel with Michael Jordan’s finger prints.Jordan Brand is set to release a Air Jordan 13/Air Jordan 14 Defining Moments Pack honoring MIchael Jordan’s sixth and final NBA championship from 1998. The Air Jordan 13 features a white leather upper with gold detailing and a new hologram logo, while the Air Jordan 14 features a black upper and gold detailing.

The New Jordans 2017 of 2017 just dropped this weekend with the release of the Frost White/Heiress pair that featured an all-white upper with a textured Pure Platinum mudguard.The tuxedo-ready make-up pairs black patent leather and nubuck together on the upper, accented by white and metallic silver branding hits. Below sits a white midsole and clear translucent rubber outsole. Next weekend will bring two more brand new Jordan 11 Lows.The black nubuck base, textile lacing system, patented leather and cloudy metallic silver mudguard, contrasting white midsole, and creamy translucent outsole make for a good look in our humble opinion. Of course, prices range for each sizing department... Dressed in a Birmingham Barons-style having a Black, Metallic Silver and White color scheme. This Air Jordan 11 Low features a Black suede upper with matching Black leather heels. An iridescent patent leather overlays the mudguard, while sitting atop a White midsole.
This 2017 Air Jordan Shoes features a Black nubuck upper with matching Black leather heels.Dressed in a Black, Metallic Silver and White color scheme.  An Ash Grey patent leather overlays the mudguard, while sitting atop a White midsole. Metallic Silver branding and a milky translucent outsole completes the look.Jordan Brand will release sizes from men’s to toddler and crib sizes. Below we take a look at each size side-by-side to compare each other from one another.While there are no official markings to make the connection, this new colorway of the Air Jordan 11 Low has been dubbed "Barons" by sneakerheads due to a palette resembling the scheme of Michael Jordan's old baseball team.The classic Air Jordan 11 will feature a Black mesh upper, matching Black patent leather that has a higher cut and Michael Jordan’s post-reitremnt number “45” on the heels.
This KD 9 For Sale includes a Black nubuck upper, matching patent leather overlay and Metallic Silver branding. A clear White-colored midsole and obvious translucent outsole finishes from the design.Michael Jordan’s first retirement came as a shock to many, especially when the greatest basketball player alive decided to ditch the hardwood for the baseball diamond. Mike signed a deal with the Chicago White Sox minor league affiliated Birmingham Barons, as the Sox muted white and black pinstripes were translated to the Double-A club. While there’s no pinstripes on this retro like in past Barons-referencing pairs, the black upper skips out on the Cordura mesh for a sturdier nubuck upper.Maybe very few black and silver colorways, too. Thankfully, we got to see that MJ was actually a competent baseball player who might’ve made the majors one day, and that this theme lives on for many retro releases to come. Teed up for spring 2017, this 11 Low puts a slightly new spin on the traditional materials. No Cordura mesh, instead nubuck. Where there was solid color patent leather, iridescent shine has taken place. Underfoot is all white ice with matching black herringbone to keep things clean.

The New Jordans 2017 features a luxurious tri-colored midsole unit features Silver, Metallic Gold, and Dark Turquoise for added depth. Black Jumpman branding matches the faint touches of traditional Swoosh branding on the side panel while the medial displays an embossed ‘Wings’ logo to harken back to the days of the Air Jordan 1.No matter your taste, you can't love sneakers without respecting the shoe that started it all – the Air Jordan 1. The basketball sneaker has transcended over three decades now, and although it still looks as hot as ever, the shoe is not the top-shelf performeThe Flyweave in the forefoot feels better than what we've seen on the XX9 and XXX. The Air Jordan I featured a prominent Nike swoosh, but the Jumpman logo soon became iconic and the swoosh was phased out of Jordan's shoes.Additionally, the silhouette incorporates FlightSpeed technology with full-length Zoom Air that enhances court feel, responsiveness and lateral support, as it follows on a tradition of low-profile cushioning that provides a closer feeling to the floor.
You can see that inspiration on the outer part of the 2017 Air Jordan Shoes, where the Nike swoosh fades into Jordan's famous Jumpman logo.Inspired by the iconic banned Air Jordan 1, a black and red colorway that debuted in 1985 which violated the league’s uniform policy, earning a stern letter from league officials and generating a $5,000 fine each time the shoes were worn on court — the shoe essentially represented the spirit that MJ brought to the basketball court by being so different. In terms of its design, the new AJ 31 mimics the 1’s profile, although sporting a first-of-its-kind flyweave and leather upper. Iconic Jordan elements such as the original Wings logo and a subtle Swoosh which has not been seen on a Jordan shoe since the AJ 1, has been implemented alongside a Jumpman logo. Each year, Nike releases a footwear and apparel collection in support of the N7 Fund, an initiative to bring sport and all of its benefits to Native American and Aboriginal communities in the United States and Canada.
The KD 9 For Sale will be included in this year’s N7 Collection that will be debuting later this Fall 2016.Last year, the range was expanded to include pieces from the Jordan Brand, including flagship retros like the Air Jordan 1 Low and Air Jordan 7. This year, it’ll be the current game shoe that gets the call. The Nike N7 foundation helps get Native American and Aboriginal youth involved in sports and physical activity. This Air Jordan XXX1 of the N7 Collection features a White and Navy upper that includes embossed N7 and Jumpman branding on the tongues.The Croatian national basketball team just got hooked up by Jordan Brand by getting their own colorway(s) of the highly anticipated Air Jordan 31. Being that Croatia rocks White and Red in their team colors, their exclusive Jordan 31s come in color schemes we’re used to seeing coming out of Jordan Brand. Above you will see two different Jordan 31 done in the classic White and Red colorway. From this angle, the shoes does not appear to have any special Croatia branding, the only ties would be the actual team colors.
New Jordans 2017 will be releasing the Air Jordan 13 from the History of Flight collection this Summer. Originally introduced as part of the HOF set a few years back, the Air Jordan 13 is looking to make the cut as it is the first one to release to the public. The Air Jordan 13 features a white upper alongside red detailing, metallic silver and black laces.Originally an released sample made for display purposes in 2009, the Air Jordan 13 Retro from the “History Of Flight” Collection is set to hit retail. Now known as the “Alternate” edition, this pair comes in white, metallic silver and university red. Sporting a white-based leather upper with red accents. A release date is set for July 22, 2017 where they will be available in full-family sizing, from men down to infant.This Jordan 13 looks a lot like the rare “History Of Flight” Jordan 13, but they feature a White on White leather upper that rests atop an all-White midsole and a University Red outsole and matching sock liner.The Air Jordan 13 ‘Alternate’ adds to large amount of Air Jordan 13 releases during 2017 that celebrates the 20th Anniversary.
The 2017 Air Jordan Shoes will come in a gym red tumbled leather upper, with white hits on the mud guard and tongue branding.The Air Jordan XII “Alternate” comes dressed in a primarily gym red color shceme with traces of white all around. Covered in Gym Red on the majority of the leather upper, White detailing then lands on the mudguard, outsole, and the branding on the tongue. Black hits on the inner liner and heel wrap up the look on this new pair of Air Jordan XIIs.Retros on retros on retros — that’s what Jordan has been banking on. It could be that JB is more a nostalgia brand than a performance brand, but with its Retro line in full effect, a classic Air Jordan has now gotten an alternate colorway. Seen as the opposite to the Air Jordan 12 “cherry”, the gym red edition is sure to become a fan favorite.Of course, these still feature hits of gold, but they lose the silver and opt for much more blue. The red also looks to be a shade or two lighter than what was found on the Olympic VIIs. New additions are the American flag at the heel behind the number 9 and the splatter/fade midsole.
There are now reports that the KD 9 For Sale will also be making a comeback. Covered in a Black tumbled leather throughout the majority of the upper, suede detailing can then be seen on the mudguard and midsole. Completing the Chicago Bulls-inspired color scheme are hits of True Red and White on the branding, midsole, and outsole. As always, the signature hologram logo can be seen on the ankle.The Air Jordan XIII Low was introduced to the world in 1998. The black cat-inspired design replaced its holographic branding for a recognizable Jumpman logo and released in two lifestyle-driven colorways. Now nearly two decades later, the Air Jordan XIII Low is back, in an everyday friendly Pure Platinum and White colorway.Arguably the most popular Air Jordan 13 original colorway of all-time is poised for a return in 2017. Simply dubbed the “Bred” colorway, this Air Jordan 13 OG from 1998 will be back this year in its original form, although it remains to be seen if reflective threads will be intertwined in the ballistic nylon upper.
This colorway of the New Jordans 2017 features a black leather upper along with the signature mesh detailing on the side panels (which will hopefully be 3M this year) as well as bold red detailing on the midsole and branding.Commonly worn by His Airness in ’97-98 NBA Season, the make-up sees the panther-inspired Jordan silhouette cloaked predominantly in black with blood red highlights on the midsole, nubuck underlays and Jumpman branding.We already know that the Air Jordan 13 “Black Cat” and Air Jordan 13 Low “Chutney” will return this year, but what else is in store for the iconic panther-inspired Air Jordan 13 retro for 2017? Today we get news that two of the most iconic colorways of Michael Jordan’s thirteenth signature silhouette will be heading back to retailers in remastered form with the return of the Air Jordan 13 Bred and Air Jordan 13 Playoffs slated to arrive in the later seasons.
The 2017 Air Jordan Shoes, worn by Michael Jordan during the Chicago Bulls' sixth NBA Championship season in 1997-98, is back in OG form. Black leather and red suede are featured on the upper, along with the 3M reflective panels and the famous Jumpman hologram.The Air Jordan 13 Bred with 3M reflective detailing will be making a return as part of Jordan Brand’s 2017 lineup. Dressed in its original Black, True Red and White color scheme. This release will come equipped with the fan-favorite 3M Reflective detailing.We already know that the Air Jordan 13 “Black Cat” and Air Jordan 13 Low “Chutney” will return this year, but what else is in store for the iconic panther-inspired Air Jordan 13 retro for 2017? Today we get news that two of the most iconic colorways of Michael Jordan’s thirteenth signature silhouette will be heading back to retailers in remastered form with the return of the Air Jordan 13 Bred and Air Jordan 13 Playoffs slated to arrive in the later seasons.
KD 9 For Sale will be releasing the Air Jordan 13 “Bred” Retro featuring 3M just like the original release from 1998. The Air Jordan 13 Bred was last seen in 2013 but didn’t feature the beloved 3M mesh many of us remember from the OG. Now, come 2017, the Air Jordan 13 “Bred” will be seeing its original look for the first time since 2004.Last seen in 2013, the original “Bred” edition of the Air Jordan 13 Retro is set for a comeback. Remastered, they come in a black, true red and white colorway. Featuring a black-based upper with red accents and 3M reflective mesh detailing. Their release date is set for August 19, 2017 where they will be available in full-family sizing, from men down to infant.After years of Jordan fans banging on Jordan Brand’s doors to release actual player exclusives, they capitulated with a set of Air Jordan 13 CP3 editions in late 2015. Harking to Chris Paul’s days with the New Orleans Hornets, the Home and Away looks featured blue, purple, and yellow trim just like CP3 himself wore on the court. While the United States got to enjoy the Away look, China got the Home. Check for your size at select spots like Stadium Goods.
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