Following on from recent releases of the Air Jordan 5, Nike Australia release a brand new “Bronze” iteration in celebration of the summer’s competition. The bronze tongue provides a bold statement amongst the navy leather uppers, styled with a clear lace lock and a midsole that has been splashed with bronze and black speckled paint. To finish, the shoe sports a translucent outsole with a black Jumpman symbol.
Australians can now grab there hands on a pair of Air Jordan 3 Retro OG “True Blue” makes its return in 2016, this time with a remastered twist. The “Nike Air” logo on the heel cements the shoe's classic feel. The pristine white premium leather upper matches nicely with True Blue and Fire Red detailing throughout the midsole and tongue.
Covered in a vibrant mint/teal all over the leather upper, this colorway is synonymous with Miami sports teams but this pair is directly inspired by the Florida Marlins. Other details include SoleFly’s “SF” logo on the tongue of the left Jordan shoe and a “23” on the tongue of the right shoe.
This shoe same shoe design was worn as a PE by Michael Jordan during the 1998 NBA Playoffs, this once rare colorway of the Air Jordan 13 Low finally saw the light of day at retail in 2015. Thanks to its Bulls-friendly “Bred” red colorway, it can now easily claim a spot as one of the best colorways for the low-top 13 in history.
Since bursting onto the basketball scene in 1996, the Air Jordan Retro 11 Low men’s basketball shoe has been one of the most beloved Jordan designs in Australia ever. The sneakers premium patent-leather details and an Air-Sole unit in the heel combine for the ultimate fusion of signature style and comfort.
The Air Jordan 4 Retro Premium men’s sneaker honors the original AJ IV with full-grain leather and the supportive lace locks that defined its iconic appeal. This shoe has a dual Air-Sole units and herringbone rubber provide lightweight cushioning and durable traction.
The reincarnated Air Jordan 5 Retro Olympic gold inspired basketball shoe lands in Australia bringing back the translucent sole and aeroplane-inspired style from legendary Nike shoe designer Tinker Hatfield. A leather and Durabuck upper offers a premium look, while the Air-Sole units add plush cushioning.
Inspired by a classic poster graphic from the ad campaign of the original Air Jordan 12, this all-new look not released in Australia in 2016 features a smooth luxe black leather upper that oozes style with accents in grey and metallic gold. The clean look will go down as one of the ultimate colorways for the Air Jordan 12s ever.
Nike’s Air Jordan 10 Retro Australian release lends the performance shoe a premium update in the next release from the ‘City Series’ pack. This Chicago City inspired Jordan boasts a matte white upper with orange hits that help represent the city that never sleeps. The light crimson sole capture His Airness’ achievements from 85 to beyond.
Released in 2014, the Air Jordan 3 Retro “Powder Blue” calls back to Michael Jordan’s days at North Carolina with its baby blue colorway, a first for the 3 series Air Jordan Shoe . The construction features a soft brushed leather upper with black accents and the signature elephant print.
The Air Jordan 2 receives this colorway inspired the character Radio Raheem from Spike Lee’s landmark film Do the Right Thing. The iconic silhouette features a black leather upper with blue, pink, and orange accents inspired by the “Bed-Stuy Do or Die” graphic on the t-shirt he wears throughout the movie.
The Air Jordan 12 come in many iterations, and this 12 Retro silhouette is dressed in a fresh UNC wolf grey, university blue and white colour scheme. Comprising grey tumbled leather uppers with white overlays, these sneakers feature a blue ‘Jumpman’ embossed overlay to the midsole sat atop a durable Phylon midsole and Air-Sole outsole unit. Rubber flex grooves and carbon fibre underlays finish of this clean silhouette.
The venerable Nike Air Jordan silhouette has many reincarnations, but this is the first time the original Air Jordan 1 has been released in this colourway since 1985. A true classic with elegant white leather uppers and subtle metallic accents, sat atop the brand’s Air Sole unit. This sneaker is finished with a woven branded tab to the tongue, wings logo and legendary swoosh.
Suffering from flu-like symptoms during game 5 of the 1997 finals, Michael Jordan still put up 38 points. OG released in ’97, and retro’d again in 2003 and 2009, the shoe is back again following a whole host of Jordan 12 releases, guaranteed to be a highlight of the Summer ’16.
For the first time since 1999, the iconic Air Jordan 4 returned in true OG construction with the important re-introduction of “Nike Air” branding on the heel. In addition to the original branding, the Air Jordan 4 also received the remastered treatment with special attention to accurate construction details and shape. This release is an absolute must-have for any fan of the Air Jordan 4.
The Jordan Ajv.2 Low casual shoes have a fresh new look that plays on the original Air Jordan 1 and also follows looks from the Jordan Ajv.1.
What results is a sweet new pair of J’s that offer style, functionality, and celebrates Jordan history, too. They have the original borrowed looks from the old school Jordans with their retro Air Jordan branding on the backs, and the infamous large white Nike Swoosh that goes all the way back to the heel.