Spring may be in full effect, but summer is already starting to heat up especially when it comes to Jordan Brand. With a litany of releases already on tap, it appears as if JB has a lot more up its sleeves for its Summer 2015 lineup. Highlighted by the New Jordans 2015 5, Air Jordan 6 Low, Air Jordan 7 and Air Jordan 9, both the Jordan Spiz’ike and Jordan Son of Mars are featured s well. Spring may be in full effect, but summer is already starting to heat up especially when it comes to Jordan Brand. With a litany of releases already on tap, it appears as if JB has a lot more up its sleeves for its Summer 2015 lineup. Highlighted by the New Jordans 2015 5, Air Jordan 6 Low, Air Jordan 7 and Air Jordan 9, both the Jordan Spiz’ike and Jordan Son of Mars are featured s well.
In celebration of Jordan Brand’s 30th anniversary, the Jumpman is turning back the clocks to 1985 for inspiration the latest Jordans 2015 1 colorway. Back story: In 1985, Michael Jordan was playing in a Nike exhibition game in Italy when he scored 30 points and shattered one backboard while wearing a ridiculous black and orange jersey. Those jerseys serve as inspiration for the black and orange colorway which adorns the Air Jordan 1 ‘Shattered Backboard.’ It’s not often you see this type of colorway on an Air Jordan silhouette, so we’re interested to find out what the people think.
The Air Jordan 7 “Hare” has not seen a retro since it was released in 2008. That’s about to change. It appears that the “Hare” colorway of the Air Jordan 7 will drop this year and will adhere to its initial colorblocking from the earlier releases. The release date for these is May 16th, 2015, with a price point of $190. Considered to be a classic silhouette, this New Jordans Retro 7 carries a grey, white, and red upper with a red Jumpman along the ankle. This year the remastered silhouette will feature a Bugs Bunny Retro card and a Nike Air imprint on the insole. Talk about nostalgia.Spring may be in full effect, but summer is already starting to heat up especially when it comes to Jordan Brand. With a litany of releases already on tap, it appears as if JB has a lot more up its sleeves for its Summer 2015 lineup. Highlighted by the New Jordans 2015 5, Air Jordan 6 Low, Air Jordan 7 and Air Jordan 9, both the Jordan Spiz’ike and Jordan Son of Mars are featured s well.
In celebration of Jordan Brand’s 30th anniversary, the Jumpman is turning back the clocks to 1985 for inspiration the latest Jordans 2015 1 colorway. Back story: In 1985, Michael Jordan was playing in a Nike exhibition game in Italy when he scored 30 points and shattered one backboard while wearing a ridiculous black and orange jersey. Those jerseys serve as inspiration for the black and orange colorway which adorns the Air Jordan 1 ‘Shattered Backboard.’ It’s not often you see this type of colorway on an Air Jordan silhouette, so we’re interested to find out what the people think.
The Air Jordan 7 “Hare” has not seen a retro since it was released in 2008. That’s about to change. It appears that the “Hare” colorway of the Air Jordan 7 will drop this year and will adhere to its initial colorblocking from the earlier releases. The release date for these is May 16th, 2015, with a price point of $190. Considered to be a classic silhouette, this New Jordans Retro 7 carries a grey, white, and red upper with a red Jumpman along the ankle. This year the remastered silhouette will feature a Bugs Bunny Retro card and a Nike Air imprint on the insole. Talk about nostalgia.Spring may be in full effect, but summer is already starting to heat up especially when it comes to Jordan Brand. With a litany of releases already on tap, it appears as if JB has a lot more up its sleeves for its Summer 2015 lineup. Highlighted by the New Jordans 2015 5, Air Jordan 6 Low, Air Jordan 7 and Air Jordan 9, both the Jordan Spiz’ike and Jordan Son of Mars are featured s well.
In celebration of Jordan Brand’s 30th anniversary, the Jumpman is turning back the clocks to 1985 for inspiration the latest Jordans 2015 1 colorway. Back story: In 1985, Michael Jordan was playing in a Nike exhibition game in Italy when he scored 30 points and shattered one backboard while wearing a ridiculous black and orange jersey. Those jerseys serve as inspiration for the black and orange colorway which adorns the Air Jordan 1 ‘Shattered Backboard.’ It’s not often you see this type of colorway on an Air Jordan silhouette, so we’re interested to find out what the people think.
The Air Jordan 7 “Hare” has not seen a retro since it was released in 2008. That’s about to change. It appears that the “Hare” colorway of the Air Jordan 7 will drop this year and will adhere to its initial colorblocking from the earlier releases. The release date for these is May 16th, 2015, with a price point of $190. Considered to be a classic silhouette, this New Jordans Retro 7 carries a grey, white, and red upper with a red Jumpman along the ankle. This year the remastered silhouette will feature a Bugs Bunny Retro card and a Nike Air imprint on the insole. Talk about nostalgia.Spring may be in full effect, but summer is already starting to heat up especially when it comes to Jordan Brand. With a litany of releases already on tap, it appears as if JB has a lot more up its sleeves for its Summer 2015 lineup. Highlighted by the New Jordans 2015 5, Air Jordan 6 Low, Air Jordan 7 and Air Jordan 9, both the Jordan Spiz’ike and Jordan Son of Mars are featured s well.
In celebration of Jordan Brand’s 30th anniversary, the Jumpman is turning back the clocks to 1985 for inspiration the latest Jordans 2015 1 colorway. Back story: In 1985, Michael Jordan was playing in a Nike exhibition game in Italy when he scored 30 points and shattered one backboard while wearing a ridiculous black and orange jersey. Those jerseys serve as inspiration for the black and orange colorway which adorns the Air Jordan 1 ‘Shattered Backboard.’ It’s not often you see this type of colorway on an Air Jordan silhouette, so we’re interested to find out what the people think.
The Air Jordan 7 “Hare” has not seen a retro since it was released in 2008. That’s about to change. It appears that the “Hare” colorway of the Air Jordan 7 will drop this year and will adhere to its initial colorblocking from the earlier releases. The release date for these is May 16th, 2015, with a price point of $190. Considered to be a classic silhouette, this New Jordans Retro 7 carries a grey, white, and red upper with a red Jumpman along the ankle. This year the remastered silhouette will feature a Bugs Bunny Retro card and a Nike Air imprint on the insole. Talk about nostalgia.