The First Jordan Quai 54 Release Of 2024 Is Revealed

Dropping this summer for $125.

The First Jordan Quai 54 Release Of 2024 Is Revealed

Every year, Jordan Brand curates a footwear lineup in honor of Quai 54, a brand-sponsored street basketball tournament dubbed the world’s largest “rendez-vous of basketball and hip-hop” in Paris. Ahead of this year’s festivities in late June, we’re graced with images of the first “Quai 54” Jordan shoe of 2024, with Russel Westbrook’s Jordan One Take 5 getting the nod.

The tournament’s basketball shaped logo displays prominently on the lateral and medial sides, matched by a blue co-branded tongue label. Light contemporary hues encompass the entire upper, while slightly darker shades of brown and tan help decorate the midsole and lining. Otherwise, another splash of blue livens up the forefoot portions of the midsole and outsole to complete the look.

Pairs are currently expected to drop in July 2024 for $125, just after Quai 54 kicks off. Enjoy official images below and tap our Jordan Release Dates 2024 page for continuing coverage of other “Quai 54” Jordan shoes over the coming months.


Jordan One Take 5 "QUAI 54"

SKU: HF0016-100
RELEASE DATE: Jun 5, 2024

US 06/05/2024 Wednesday

Retailer Release type Status
Nikestore US Standard Check Site

Europe 06/03/2024 Monday

Retailer Release type Status
Nike SNKRS FR Standard Check Site

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