While many are focusing on the forthcoming holiday heat, Jordan Brand continues to look to the future by unveiling select styles from its Spring 2017 collection. This particular arsenal is all about paying homage to the brand’s legacy, while pushing the boundaries of style both on and off the court.
Thus we see an array of silhouettes presented, everything from the Air Jordan IV, V and VIII, to the Air Jordan XV and Air Jordan XII Low.
To kick things off, the “Take Flight” trio consists of the Air Jordan V, VIII and XV, as the first two boast an olive colorway, while the XV features a blacked-out look inspired by a stealth fighter plane.
Next, the Air Jordan Alternate includes the Air Jordan VI and Air Jordan VIII in red and white color schemes, then noting stitched year patches on the tongue corresponding to the year Michael wore the respective style on court.
In addition, we see the Air Jordan XII Low optioned in two colorways, thus celebrating the Jumpman legacy in a modern way.
And finally, the Air Jordan IV is presented in a premium iteration, boasting a full black nubuck upper and metallic gold finishes.
The on-hand Spring 2017 footwear releases from Jordan Brand are slated to arrive at various dates in January through March.
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