Last week, Jordan Brand set up shop at Spring Studios in NYC’s Tribeca neighborhood to officially present their upcoming footwear for the Spring season. Air Jordan Retros, new colorways of the Air Jordan 32, and Russell Westbrook’s first signature shoe, the Jordan Why Not Zer0.1, are all confirmed to release from now through March. Of course there’s much more beyond what’s pictured here; Jordan Brand is set to release its official collaboration with Levi’s on Wednesday, January 17th, the Black Cement 3s are scheduled for February 17th, and more is certainly in store for All-Star Weekend in Los Angeles. See the preview below and chime in with what you think is the best of the bunch.
Air Jordan 1 Retro High “Gym Red” – A reinterpretation of the classic Bulls colors. Available February 23rd.
Air Jordan 1 Retro High “Game Royal” – Another classic look hits the ’85 classic.
Air Jordan 9 “All-Star” – This classic silhouette gets dressed in white and black for the City Of Flight series. Available February 3rd.
Air Jordan 9 “PE” – Age-old Player Exclusives of the past are revived. Available March 10th.
Air Jordan 10 “I’m Back” – Jordan Brand honors Michael Jordan’s surprise return to the game in 1995. Available March 18th.
Air Jordan 13 “Olive” – For the first time ever, Jordan Brand utilizes the “Olive” colorway on a different Air Jordan. Available January 20th.
Air Jordan 13 “Hyper Royal” – Another clean take on this ’98 classic, loosely resembling an older Player Exclusive. Available March 3rd.
Air Jordan 18 “Royal” – This original Air Jordan model from Michael Jordan’s final year in the NBA comes back for the first time. Available January 22nd.
Air Jordan 32 “Pure Platinum”
Jordan Why Not Zer0.1 “Two Way” – This new colorway of Russell Westbrook’s signature shoe reflects his dominance on both ends. Available February 15th.