Jordan Brand gives us a preview of the future months to come, with 8 new colorways in 2017.  The Jordan Retro had a very down year in 2016 as we saw many releases go to the outlets, the big question I have is what will the price point be for the new retros?  Will they stay at $190 or will Jordan Brand be smart about this and drop the price down to $175? I think that would be a wise move, but I also think that the sheer volume that was released in 2016 was too much, hopefully they scale back a bit for the new year.

That being said, what do you think about the new colorways and releases that are dropping?  The AJ5s and Aj8s are my favorite of the group!



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Official info below can be found here

Throughout spring 2017, Jordan Brand will celebrate its heritage by introducing a series of collections paying homage to the brand’s legacy of pushing the boundaries of style both on and off the court.


Building off themes of flight that run strong throughout the Jordan Brand’s design history, this collection, which includes three shoes, takes cues from military bomber jackets and fighter planes.

Incorporating a sequoia green color way inspired by the Air Jordan IX Olive, the Air Jordan VIII features pops of max orange. Additionally, the shoe is given an elevated construction and for the first time integrates neoprene materials in the upper.
The Air Jordan VIII “Take Flight” releases on January 28.

The Air Jordan V takes design cues from a P51 flight bomber jacket. The leather wrapped midsole, a new construction technique to the Air Jordan V, beautifully grounds the sequoia green silhouette and is balanced by premium materials throughout the upper.

The Air Jordan V “Take Flight” releases on February 11.

Originally released in 1999, the Air Jordan XV OG was inspired by a stealth fighter plane. The silhouette returns with premium materials and construction.

The Air Jordan XV releases on January 7.


Throughout his career, Michael Jordan regularly surprised fans with exclusive performance footwear. A simple color shift in each silhouette could instigate pandemonium, quickly becoming coveted by athletes and collectors alike.

As a celebration of Jordan’s instantly recognizable shoes, the brand unveils new Air Jordan VI and Air Jordan VIII color ways grounded by the Jordan’s famed red and white color schemes. Each shoe also features stitched year patches on the tongue corresponding to the year MJ wore the respective style on court.

The Air Jordan VI releases March 11.

The Air Jordan VIII releases on February 25.


Most notably known as the silhouette Jordan wore as he won his fifth title, the Air Jordan XII returns in its low-top incarnation.

Jordan Brand celebrates its legacy in a modern way with this new Air Jordan XII low color way. Featuring max orange accents, an extension of the brand’s heritage reds, the shoe features a black suede upper and matching pebbled leather mudguard.

The Air Jordan XII Low “Max Orange” releases January 14.

Worn by MJ during his 1997 home playoff run, the Air Jordan XII Playoff low remains faithful to the original colorway with a black tumbled leather upper and textured white leather overlays.
The Air Jordan XII Low “Playoff” releases February 25.


Jordan Brand elevates the iconic Air Jordan IV silhouette with premium materials and craftsmanship. Featuring a full black nubuck upper and metallic gold finishes, the Air Jordan VI continues to push the boundaries of off-court style.