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Jordan Brand has released its full apparel and footwear collection for Fall 2018.

The vast lineup includes various takes on the Air Jordan I as well as a new collaborative series with Russell Westbrook. We get a closer look at Don C’s Chicago-indebted Jordan Legacy 312, an amalgam of three Jordan favorites — the Air Jordan I, Air Jordan III, and Nike Air Alpha Force Low — along with the new Air Jordan III “Quai 54,” inspired by the brand’s annual street basketball tournament in Paris.

Scroll below to see the sneakers in full.

Jordan Legacy 312

Kanye West’s close friend Don C designed these shoes that co-opt details from the Air Jordan I, Air Jordan III, and Nike Air Alpha Force Low. The kicks pay homage to Don’s hometown of Chicago, where His Airness made his name.

The Ones

The Air Jordan I has transcended the basketball court to become a lifestyle staple that can be worn by anyone. This selection has been cast in a series of gender-neutral colors, with zip and strap systems incorporated on select silhouettes.

Russell Westbrook

NBA star Russell Westbrook loves Vans, so it’s not hard to see where Jordan Brand gleaned inspiration for his latest off-court sneaker, the Russell Westbrook 0.3. His first on-court signature shoe, the Jordan Why Not Zero.1 Low, subscribes to a low design and arrives sans strap.

A summer-ready apparel collection complete’s the Oklahoma City Thunder point guard’s line-up.

The “Back to School” Collection

Three models make up the “Back to School” pack, which honors the respective high school alma maters of Jordan representatives Westbrook, Chris Paul, and Carmelo Anthony. The colorways match each player’s institution, while their graduation years are included as a further personal touch.

Air Jordan XIII White/Black/True Red

The first Air Jordan to be released under the Jordan Brand, this sneaker became known affectionately as the “He Got Game” model after it featured in Spike Lee’s 1998 film.

The “International Flight” Collection

This trio draws influence from Michael Jordan’s offseason trips to play exhibition games and arrives in passport-inspired packaging.

Air Jordan III “Quai 54”

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Last but not least, there’s the Air Jordan III “Quai 54.” The stealthy sneaker, complete with colorful accents, pays homage to the annual Paris streetball tournament sponsored by Jordan Brand.

Which sneaker is your favorite? Let us know in the comments below.

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