Jordan Brand Unveils Holiday Collection

Jordan Brand unveiled its holiday collection this week, showcasing what releases fans of Michael Jordan’s signature shoes and its many other offerings can pick up over the next few months.

True to the brand’s name, some of the Chicago Bulls icon’s most coveted silhouettes will see shelves beginning this month, starting with the Air Jordan 1 UNC. Following the UNC release in November and December is the Air Jordan 7 Sweater (inspired by the sweater he wore during the 1993 McDonalds ad with Larry Bird), the black and white Air Jordan 1, and the Air Jordan 11 72-10 (inspired by the 1995-96 season when the Bulls won 72 games).

Retro Air Jordans aren’t the only shoes the brand will release in the coming months; signature shoes from its highest profile sponsored athletes Chris Paul and Russell Westbrook will hit stores.

The brand released the CP3.IX in the Emerald colorway today in North America and China, with the Yellow Dragon colorway releasing only in China. Another upcoming colorway for the CP3.IX include the Hornets, a nod to the NBA franchise Jordan owns. The shoe will hit stores in mid October in time for the preseason game between the Los Angeles Clippers and Charlotte Hornets will play in China.

Air Jordan 7 Sweater.
Air Jordan 7 Sweater.
CREDIT: Courtesy of Jordan Brand.

Westbrook’s lifestyle silhouette, the Westbrook 0, will be releasing in four new colorways for the season, as well as a winterized version. Other shoes in the winterized collection include the Air Jordan 1 and the Eclipse, another one of the brand’s lifestyle shoes.

Rounding out the holiday collection for men is the Super.Fly 4 Jacquard, an updated version of the basketball shoe worn on the court by Blake Griffin, and color updates to the Flight Flex Trainer 2.

The brand will also release four of its popular silhouettes for women, including the Elicpse, the Jasmine, the Air Jordan 1 and the Air Jordan 14.

Click through the gallery to check out the brand’s holiday offerings.

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