Latest Nike Jordan Sneakers, The original features of the 1993 OG design for modern elements. Among these are a splatter pattern midsole, Flywire cabling within the upper and a cross-strap stretching from the forefoot to the back of the heel. the "Aqua" Air Jordan 8 was one of the most coveted original Jordan designs thanks to the non-traditional color scheme. The "Aqua" edition is constructed out of nubuck, mesh and synthetic materials. The Jumpman branding on the tongue shares space with a custom NBA Championship Trophy emblem, a quiet nod to an original sample with a very similar logo treatment. Flaunting a predominantly Black nubuck upper, its understated tone is complemented with the addition of Bright Concord and Aqua highlights, prominently gracing its midsole and heel area, as well as its signature furry tongue tab.
Shop Jordans 2020, The Air Jordan 2 was the quiet answer to the Air Jordan 1 in terms of colorways, this model being much less prolific than the first go-round. Retro releases have helped close the gap a bit, but we're still partial to the pairs that made their debut in the 1980s. It's a toss-up between which of the originals reigns supreme, and we're giving the nod to the slightly more popular white/black/red look. The Air Jordan 9 is a tough one to love since the sneaker wasn't worn by Jordan in the NBA during its original release. While the model is considered by many as a low point in the first half of the Air Jordan line, it had its moments. Here, the "Charcoal" pair gets the nod off the strength of the versatile, black-based palette.
New Jordans Retro, Bugs Bunny had his own colorway of Air Jordans—think about that for a second. With this sneaker, Jordan teamed up with an unlikely partner and created one of the best crossover moments in the history of sports footwear. It's so hard for a pair of black and red Jordans to not look good. While this take on the Air Jordan 6 wasn't exactly groundbreaking with its color choices, it did change the equation a bit by turning up the brightness on the sharp red accents. Plus, don't forget its role in Michael Jordan's first NBA Championship in 1991. The sneaker was a stand out for its departure from the black, white, and red looks that dominated Jordans at the time. Retros may have watered them down a bit, but most sneakerheads have lusted after a pair of "Grape" Jordan 5s at one point or another.