If you’re looking to update your sneaker collection for the summer, Jordan Brand has some heat on the way.
Included in the releases are five colorways of the Why Not Zer0.1, the signature shoe of NBA star Russell Westbrook. The looks include tributes to his record-breaking 2017 season where he averaged a triple-double, an emerald colorway tied to his son’s birthday month, another with a nod to his brother’s academic achievements, a snakeskin design that plays off the baller’s love of fashion, and a blank canvas iteration that will come with a marker to let fans shade in their own designs.
The Air Jordan 32 will launch in a “Stealth” version that is meant to represent NBA icon Michael Jordan’s black cat persona. And the Air Jordan 32 Low “Neo Heritage” uses light bone, infrared and suede with a “Gordon St.” street sign stitched on the inside of the tongue as a tribute to MJ’s childhood home.
Both the Air Jordan 1 and Air Jordan 10 will break out in the “Shadow” and “Dark Shadow,” respectively. The AJ1 will include leather and the 10 will come in the original box with suede, tumbled leather and a reversed Jumpan logo on the heel to mirror the 1995 version.
And fans of the Air Jordan 18 can expect to see the “Toro Red” colorway, executed in suede.
The Air Jordan 11 will first appear in “Cool Grey,” the colorway that inspired a golf shoe, to tie back to the 2001 release, and hit the streets in a low version for the first time. And another Air Jordan 11 Low colorway, which is in stores now with a $175 price tag, was executed with an iridescent outsole.
For the female sneaker fanatic, Jordan again highlights a mix of sneakers ready for summer, all available via the new women’s-centric Nike Unlaced.
A new Air Jordan 11 low comes in particle beige and metallic red bronze, while particle beige and sail offers a deconstructed version of the Air Jordan 3 SE in high-end nubuck leather. For fans of the Air Jordan 1s, a lifted version in a low top with high-glass metallic red bronze, a mica green, particle beige and sail color of a Swooshless low, an AJ1 High Premium version with a roped midsole designed inspired by espadrille shoes and the AJ1 High Zip all offer a mix of options.
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