Generally when Jordan Brand attaches a particular decade to a sneaker, it means you can expect a sort of hybrid design that pulls from their hits from that era. Examples of this include this year’s Jordan Flight Club 80s and the Jordan Flight Club 90s. This time around they’re sticking with the latter decade but changing the base name and design: enter the Jordan New Jack 90s. The combination of patent leather and the icy outsole definitely have an Air Jordan XI feel to them, a choice that makes sense given the original chronology of said shoe. See the Jordan New Jack 90s with us below and then tell us if you can spot any other design cues lurking in its build.
As if there weren’t already enough Air Jordan 5s to keep you busy, the GS version of the shoe has been almost as prolific as the full family sized colorways. Yet another upcoming pair arrives in the form of this teal and pink combination, one whose material is just a bit obscured by the photo available. For what it’s worth they don’t appear to be of that soft, foamy ilk that we first saw on the “Rainbow” pack which subsequently made its way to a number of Grade School Jordans. Get the full photo after the break and keep your eyes peeled over here at Sneaker News to find out when and when you can womens nike air jordan 12 australia purchase.
It seems that sometime next year Jordan Brand will be dressing up a variety of models in nightshade tones womens nike air jordan 3 australia for the aptly named “Nightshade” pack. One of the more interesting models from the range is this, an Air Jordan 1 Mid sporting that titular tone along with a bit of black and pure platinum. That’s right, 2014 looks to have the Air Jordan 1 Mid and the Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG sharing shelf space once again. Get the first catalog rendering of the sneakers after the break and let us know if this is a pair you’re looking forward to.