In total, 184 pairs of signature Air Jordan sneakers got released in 2018, with a total retail value of $32,800. This is according to data from the J23 app, which listed every 2018 release and its respective retail price.

The 184 releases include retros, collaborations, newer models such as the Jordan 32 and Jordan 33, and women’s and kids’ exclusives.

Three pairs were the joint most expensive Jordan Brand sneaker of 2018: the “Chinese New Year” Air Jordan 6, the “Cap and Gown” Air Jordan 11, and Justin Timberlake’s “Bio Beige” Air Jordan 3 JTH. All three sneakers cost $250 at retail.

The 30 grand-plus required to buy every Jordan released last year hammers home just how many sneaker releases we see over the course of 12 months.

For a full list of Air Jordan releases in 2018, peep J23’s complete glossary here. Which was your favorite Jordan of 2018? Let us know in the comments.

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