The well-known sneaker brand has been releasing some heavy drip sneak peeks, following a series of new sneakers release dates via social media, fans are excited and want to know more about these upcoming drops.
The iconic Tinker Hatfield created the first Jumpman shoe, which continues to be regarded as one of the top five Air Jordan silhouettes today. On August 24, 2022, a new Air Jordan 3 will be released. The sneaker will be available in the stunning “Dark Iris” colorway. The purple accents on the cuff and back of the midsole, in addition to the midsole itself, which is also where the name was inspired from. After that, the shoe is primarily made of white leather with a grey leather elephant pattern on the toe box and back heel. Fans may purchase the pairs at GOAT and Flight Club in the majority of sizes.
The Air Jordan 1 “Lost & Found” formerly known as the “Chicago Reimagined,” pays tribute to mom-and-pop stores ( local small businesses). The release of the retro pair DS 85 Chicago Jordan 1s in their stock housed in worn-out boxes with replacement Orange Nike lids. Through its packaging they aimed to tell a story, the box has replacement lids that were taken from the AJKO, along with scratches and deterioration. And inside, the Air Jordan 1 is wrapped in paper covered in old advertisements. The retro-inspired details (AJKO lids), a unique vintage-style invoice receipt, sale stickers, and distinctive throwback graphic tissue paper are included. It resembles the 1994 model but has a formed toe box and a somewhat more oversized Swoosh. With cracks visible throughout the toe box, mid-panel, and collar, the base mimics the worn appearance of more vintage pairs. Additionally assisting in the theme, the soles mimic the dustiness that results from storing sneakers. Fans can buy the Air Jordan 1 “Lost & Found” on November 19th, 2022, with the retail price tag set to $180
Another upcoming release is Zion Williamson x Air Jordan 1 Low OG “Voodoo.” These upcoming low-cut shoe styles resemble their previous models identically. Rustic brown suedes are applied to design the split toe boxes, which are encircled by green mudguards. Zion Williamson posted the first glimpse of the upcoming Air Jordan 1 Low “Voodoo” version paired with the Jordan Zion 2 “Voodoo” colorway on his Instagram account on June 22, 2022. even though only the Zion 2 was made available. More touches on the uppers include different reversed logos and eye-catching embroidery. Additionally, each shoe’s green and brown sock liner was stylishly embellished with “Zion” and “Voodoo” lettering that is done in corresponded to the eerie skeleton designs. The orange tongue flaps are adorned with brown Nike Air swoosh logo tags just above the toe area. The suede, hemp, and canvas used to create the top are available in a variety of brown, orange, green, and grey tones. Some of the primary theme aspects are further enhanced by a hidden graphic tucked away beneath the heel tabs. The Air Jordan wing branding is engraved into the brown rough suede used to make these heel tabs. Which are encircled by green mudguards. The clean white lace loops that finally encircle the tongue area provide emphasis to its uniqueness and theme. A release date for the Zion Williamson x Air Jordan 1 Low OG “Voodoo” has not yet been announced. They are anticipated to be available for purchase within the upcoming weeks. These designs will be sold through Nike and a few other retail locations at a set list price of $170 per pair.
The most talked about is the Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 Low OG SP “Black Phantom” with swapped laces. Tonal black suede uppers with white stitching can be found on the Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 Low OG SP “Black Phantom.” The “NIKE AIR” tongue tag, reverse Swooshes, conventional Swooshes at the medial sides, and Wings motif at the back serve as the detailing. The anticipated Cactus Jack x Nike/Jordan Brand collaboration will have three lacing variations for a range of styles. In addition to adding the difference to the shoe’s contrasted appearance, a pair of black laces give it an even more unique appearance. While Cactus Jack symbols can be found on the tongue, medial side, and insoles, a new bee pattern that joins the Wings design at the back is said to signify Travis’ celebration of his daughter, Stormi. Black sole pieces with embroidery that maintains the contrasting pattern from the top complete the shoe’s design. The Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 Low OG SP “Black Phantom” is scheduled to go on sale on December 15, 2022, for $150.