With a couple of months left in 2014, Jordan is ready for 2015 with a pack of Jordan Brand athlete inspired Air Jordan 1 Retro sneakers including the Air Jordan 1 Retro High “Melo”. Inspired by the New York Knicks lead man and one of the top players in the NBA, Carmelo Anthony, the Air Jordan 1 Retro High “Melo” features a Black and Gold upper sitting on a White midsole and Gold outsole. No word on an exact release date. Check out the first look and stay tuned for more.
After bringing the Air Jordan 1 Retro High back to OG status with the inclusion of the Nike Air branding, Jordan is set to do the same with the Air Jordan 1 Retro Low. The Air Jordan 1 Retro Low OG will feature Nike Air on the tongue as well as the original Jordan Wings logo on the heel. Two OG colorways are set to release which includes the “Black/Red”, aka “Bred”, and “White/Silver”. Check out the pictures and stay tuned for more.
Adding to the previous look that we took at these, we have new detailed pictures of the upcoming Air Jordan 1 Retro 4Lab1 “Back/White”. As a refresher, the 4Lab1 combines the Air Jordan 1 with the Air Jordan 4 by featuring the Air Jordan 4’s netting throughout the upper as well as the Air Jordan 4 tongue logo. No word on a release date. Stay tuned for more.
With Derek Jeter’s Hall of Fame career coming to a close in the coming weeks, Jordan Brand is officially set to celebrate his retirement with the Jordan Jeter Colleciton. The Jordan Jeter Collection features the Air Jordan 1 Retro Jeter and the Jordan Flight Flex Trainer Jeter. Both sneakers feature Yankees inspired colorways with several nods back to the living legend. The release date for the Jordan Jeter Collection is 9/20 at select Jordan retailers including NikeStore.com. Check out the official images.
Adding to the the Air Jordan 1 Retro High 4Lab1 “Black/White” that we looked at earlier this week, we have our first look at the Air Jordan 1 Retro High 4Lab1 “Blue”. A continuing of the Jordan Lab, or elements, series, the 4Lab1 combines the Air Jordan 1 with the Air Jordan 4 by keeping the full look of AJ1 and incorporating the AJ4 netting on the upper. No word on a release date. Stay tuned for more.