Jordan Brand

Earlier this week Jordan Brand shared imagery of its Holiday 2018 women's collection. Now the label is back to give us a look at the men's selection for the upcoming season.

Jordan Brand Holiday 2018 is highlighted by never-before-seen colorways of classic silhouettes, off-court sneakers, Flight Utility-inspired Air Jordan XXXIIIs, and a returning icon.

The Future Flight Air Jordan XXXIII initially arrives this month, and it will be followed up with two new colorways that play on the shoe's futuristic design. The Air Jordan VI Trainer SC II then features a familiar color scheme of the Tinker Hatfield-designed Nike Trainer SC II that Michael Jordan wore early in his career. Additionally, we see a blend of two silhouettes with the Air Jordan III Air Trainer I, showcased in the "Chlorophyll" colorway, paired alongside the Air Jordan VIII Air Raid II. The Air Jordan X Air Huarache Lite also arrives this holiday season, merging two designs by Tinker.

Next, Jordan Brand is bringing back the Air Jordan XVIII in its original Black and Sport Royal colorway for the first time. The sneaker features original tooling and a soft suede upper.

The Air Jordan I High Rookie of the Year in Golden Harvest and Black is a nod to MJ's historic rookie season, more specifically the outfit he wore to accept his Rookie of the Year award. The AJ1 is also due out in the A Star is Born makeup, remembering one of MJ's first magazine covers as a pro athlete.

Lastly, the Air Jordan XI Platinum Tint trades out the accustomed patent leather for soft nubuck.

After getting a look at Jordan Brand's extensive Holiday 2018 collection, hit the comments to let us know what sneaker you're most looking forward to.

In related news, Aleali May’s colorful Air Jordan 1 collab could be dropping soon.

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