Air Jordan 2015 Holiday Preview Generates Excitement February 27 2015, 0 Comments


The Air Jordan 2015 Holiday preview is here to excite sneakerheads. Currently, there are no clear release dates, but we can safely assume these will release in the fourth quarter which will be October through December. In this batch is 4 retros and two brand new colorways. The Aquas 8s can be assumed to be the most anticipated since they are arguably the most popular pair of Jordan 8s. The last time those retroed was in 2009 with the ladies' Aquas and the Playoff colorways. The second pair of 8s to release is called the "Three Time's a Charm" and is based on Jordan's first three-peat in which the Chicago Bulls defeated the Phoenix Suns in the 1993 NBA Finals.  The last pair of 8s are the Chromes whose last release was in 2003.

The Air Jordan 1s will turn heads since they have never retroed since their original 1985 release. The powder blue is tied into Mike's UNC college roots. Speaking of schools and alma maters, Jordan's 14th model will feature a blue suede upper and yellow accents to accentuate his high school days as a Laney Buc. The last pair of the batch will be a newly inspired Air Jordan 7. The "Sweaters" drew inspiration from a wildly designed outfit MJ donned in a McDonalds commercial (embedded below for those interested). 

Air Jordan 8 Retro “Aqua”jordan-8-retro-aqua-1

Air Jordan 8 Retro "Three Time’s A Charm"jordan-8-retro-suns-1

Air Jordan 8 Retro “Chrome”jordan-8-retro-chrome-1

Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG “Dark Powder Blue”jordan-1-retro-high-og-powder-1


Air Jordan 14 Retro “Laney”jordan-14-retro-low-royal-1

Air Jordan 7 Retro “Sweater”jordan-7-retro-sweater-1

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