We’ve already started to preview upcoming Retro releases for 2014 like the Air Jordan VI “Infrared” and the Powder Blue X, but here’s another update that you probably didn’t want to hear;bBased this early product sheet for Jordan Spring 2014, the retail price for Retros will jump up $10 to a base price of $170. Rising prices in sneakers in general is a climate change that consumers have had no choice but to adapt to, and it looks like the demand for Air Jordans is only following the upward slope in prices. Your thoughts on this price increase? Will that slow down your weekly Jordan pick-ups, and will you start looking for shoes sitting at a lower price-point? Let us know in the comments below.