Jordan Brand gives us a suspiciously early first look at the upcoming Air Jordan Retro collection for Holiday 2015. The fan-favorite Air Jordan VIII receives the most love with three iterations of the silhouette due for the re-release treatment come the winter months. All told, we get to see the "Aqua," originally worn during the 1993 All-Star Game; the "Three Time's a Charm," in tribute to Chicago’s first three-peat championship season; and the "Black and Chrome," one of the first non-OG colorways released in 2003.

In addition, the perennially popular Air Jordan I drafts colors from Jordan’s collegiate alma mater, while the Air Jordan VII is given the same pattern as the vibrant printed sweater and shorts he wore in a classic commercial.

Finally, the divisive Air Jordan XIV Low is given remastered construction with OG materials. The all-black nubuck leather upper is complemented by varsity royal accents and maize color splashes.

No word yet on the exact date we can expect a release, but you can rest assured it won't be for at least another six months. In the meantime, keep yourself busy with the Air Jordan IV Retro Remastered "Teal" and the Supreme x Vans Spring/Summer 2015 Sk8 Mid and Old Skool.

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