Drawing closer to the end of the year, the Jordan Brand has released it’s fourth-quarter line-up (Holiday 2020 Collection) which is stocked with more Air Jordan 1’s.
The Collection combines rich history with high-tech construction to boldly connect the past to the future. Four iterations of the Air Jordan 1 and multiple women’s-exclusive styles are among the highlights.
Air Jordan 1 High OG CO.JP “Midnight Navy” – 31 October 2020
First released in 2001, accompanying the Metallic Silver Air Jordan 1 HI OG CO.JP, the Midnight Navy colorway returns for a global release. One of the first HI OGs to use Navy coloring, this model was popular with skateboarders and worn by Nike SB athletes when Nike SB first formed in the early 2000s. The shoe features a metallic silver Swoosh and a jewel-finished Wings logo, and releases in full family sizing.
Women’s Air Jordan 1 High OG “Lucky Green”
Inspired by MJ’s iconic 63-point playoff game in Boston in 1986, the Women’s Air Jordan 1 HI OG focuses on progress, not perfection. The shoe flaunts a raw construction with unstitched eyelets and rich, genuine matted Lucky Green leather. The shoe, which comes in full family sizing, also features a parquet floor-inspired insole reminiscent of the old Boston court.
Air Jordan 1 High OG “Dark Mocha” – 31 October 2020
This Air Jordan 1 HI OG employs a new twist on a familiar color scheme: Dark Mocha. A colorway with rich history in the Jordan Brand, the crisp color blocking on genuine nubuck leather gives this model a clean and classic look. The shoe comes in men’s and grade school sizing.
Air Jordan 1 High OG “Black Gold”
Straight from the vault, this HI OG takes inspiration from an elusive Friends and Family Air Jordan 1 in the 1980s that later came to life in 2003 as an Air Jordan I Mid. At the time, that Mid was amongst the first patent leather Air Jordan Is released from Jordan Brand. An OG satin woven label and glossy black and gold patent leather cover the model from heel to toe. It will be available in men’s and grade school sizing.
Air Jordan 3 “Court Purple” – 21 November 2020
Releasing outside of North America, this take on the Air Jordan 3 employs a black genuine leather upper with accents of purple and orange on the midsole, ankle, and tongue. Gray cement elephant print finishes the look.
Air Jordan 4 OG “Fire Red” – 27 November 2020
The classic returns with OG color blocking, shape, and details loyal to its original 1989 specs. The shoe comes with a Nike Air hangtag and OG packaging and releases in full family sizing.
Air Jordan 4 “Sashiko”
Dressed in a combination of canvas and twill materials assembled in quilt-like patchwork fashion, this take on the Air Jordan 4 features beautiful prints and textures inspired by Japanese craftwork and design. The model releases outside of North America.
Air Jordan 5 “What The” – 07 November 2020
Continuing the celebration of the Air Jordan 5’s 30-year anniversary, this “What The” edition of the iconic model mixes a variety of the silhouette’s past non-OG colorways and material plays including the Jordan V “Tokyo,” “Raging Bull,” “Green Bean,” “Army Olive” and “Quai 54,” among others. The shoes are completed by embroidered logos from the “Shanghai” and “Tokyo” colorways. The model releases in men’s and grade school sizing.
Women’s Air Jordan 8 “Burgundy” – November 2020
This Women’s Air Jordan 8 features the iconic chenille fabric patch on the tongue, smooth premium, and suede leather, and is draped in rich Burgundy, a color deeply rooted in Jordan Brand history.
Air Jordan 12 “Reverse Flu Game” – 26 December 2020
Flipping the iconic black and red colors of the OG, this take on the Air Jordan 12 puts a subtle color twist on the classic model. The shoe features a genuine red suede upper, an OG faux lizard-print mudguard, a woven label and is topped off with matte chrome finishes on the eyelets. The shoe also comes in OG packaging and releases in full family sizing.
Air Jordan 12 “Concord” – 24 October 2020
Another fresh spin on a classic model, this Air Jordan 12 combines iconic Concord purple, a color rich in Jumpman history, with a genuine black suede upper. The model comes with an OG faux lizard-print mudguard, chrome finished eyelets and a woven label. The shoe releases in men’s and grade school sizing.
Air Jordan 13 “Hyper Royal”
This refreshed take on the Air Jordan 13 employs a black reflective textile upper with Hyper Royal accents and detailing. With a microfiber tongue and familiar holographic eye, this model comes with OG packaging and releases in full family sizing.
Stay tuned for local release dates.