Air Jordan

Quai 54 x Jordan Break Slide

Jordan Brand’s 2019 sponsorship package for the Quai 54 basketball tournament includes the Break. The slide is set in black with the strap on one foot bearing red and blue with the Jumpman logo. The second foot is set in yellow and green with the Quai 54 logo. Both straps feature the Quai 54 geometric pattern. The slides will launch on the…

Air Jordan “Reflections of a Champion” Collection

During MJ’s first three-peat he won three rings, three scoring titles and three finals MVPs. Jordan Brand celebrates the Air Jordan VI, VII and VIII by delivering premium and reflective materials with detailed craftsmanship inspired by MJ’s historic 1991-1993 championship run. It’s NBA Finals time with Golden State going against Toronto for the crown. Of course, the NBA finals were a moment…

Quai 54 2019 Air Jordan 8

Every summer, a street basketball champion is crowned at the Quai 54 tournament in Paris, France. The tournament is sponsored by Jordan Brand and every year, the label creates sneakers special made for the event. For 2019, the Quai 54 sneaker lineup includes the Air Jordan 8. The drop sees the sneaker dressed in layers in black nubuck and mesh on a…

Air Jordan 7 “Ray Allen” in Milwaukee Bucks Colors

Jordan celebrates the 23-year anniversary of the 1996 draft by honoring one of the first athletes to sign with the brand—Ray Allen. The colorway pays homage to Allen’s first professional basketball team and takes inspiration from two of his original P.E.s. Ray Allen’s logo is featured on the sockliner, while a vibrant tongue and translucent green accents deliver a finish as smooth…

Air Jordan 4 “Georgetown” PE

Georgetown University’s basketball squad has their own exclusive edition of the Air Jordan 4. The sneaker’s represent the Hoyas in a team color combination that includes a grey base with dark blue detailing on a translucent detailing. Giving the team exclusive edition a nice touch, Jordan Brand accents the style with cement print detailing. Capping the look, the inner tongue reads “Georgetown…