Jordan Brand Unveils Select Styles Of Their Summer 2018 Season

Summer time is right around the corner and 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. Let’s take a look at what the Jumpman will be serving this Summer.

Jordan Why Not Zero.1

Five new colorways of Russell Westbrook’s debut signature shoe drop this summer. Each details a unique element of Westbrook’s professional or personal life.


Air Jordan 32 Low Neo Heritage

Combing light bone, Infrared and soft suede upper details, this colorway perfectly balances the style and performance design aspects of the Air Jordan 32 Low. A “Gordon St.” street sign is stitched on the inside of each tongue as a tribute to MJ’s childhood home.


Air Jordan 32 Stealth

This Air Jordan 32 uses updated materials and a colorway that represents MJ’s “Black Cat” persona and honors his championships with design details on the heel.


Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG Shadow

Making its debut in 1985, this original colorway is highlighted with premium leather and classic details including the Wings logo and Nike Air branding.


Air Jordan 10 Dark Shadow

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.


Air Jordan 18 Toro

This all-new Air Jordan 18 colorway uses original tooling with upgraded suede for a Chicago-inspired take on MJ’s last game shoe.


Air Jordan 11 Low Cool Grey

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 ...

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