Jordan Brand chose to throw fans a bone and released the first images of the Holiday releases. Today, photos of six different shoes surfaced including four retros and two brand new color ways. Currently there are no specific release dates but we can safely assume their scheduled releases to fall between October and December. Keep it close with Kicksologists as we will keep you updated with the latest news.
Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG “Dark Powder Blue”
Starting with the first, the Air Jordan 1 OG “Dark Powder Blue” had only released once in 1985. These have been rare for sneaker heads and became practically unwearable after 30 years. Many fans that actually watched Jordan graze the floor in the mid 80s will be hit with joy when they see this pair again.
Air Jordan 7 Retro “Sweater”
Apparently, this brand new color way drew inspiration from a sweater Jordan donned in an old McDonalds commercial. With a unique and colorful graphic print on the upper, these bring back memories of the Coogi style. In speculations, we can probably expect more Jordan 7s to release since it is the 23rd anniversary of its debut.
Air Jordan 8 Retro “Aqua”
Air Jordan 8 Retro “Chrome”
Air Jordan 8 Retro “Three-Peat or ‘Three Time’s A Charm’ “
The Air Jordan 8s haven’t released in batches since 2007 in which the Aquas first returned with the women’s white based version and the retro of the Playoff 8s. A wildly popular shoe, these may be the most popular color way of the Jordan 8s.
The Chrome 8s haven’t released since 2003 but will make its return with this hyped batch. The classic black and silver will be popular amongst original Jordan fans.
The third pair of 8s is a brand new color way, the Three-Peat. These will not feature the signature fuzzy tongue logo but a unique logo that pays tribute to Michael’s first three-peat over the Phoenix Suns. To add more insult, the shoes will come in the Suns’ black, purple, and gold colors.
Air Jordan 14 Retro “Laney”
Last but not least, the Air Jordan 14s will release in a Laney inspired color. With a beautiful blue suede upper, the shoe have yellow accents to bring out the Laney High School essence. Originally released in 1999, these Laneys will make its way around to sneaker fans again in 2015.
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