The Air Jordan 11 “Cool Grey” was last offered in 2010 and it’s finally returning later this year to coincide with the colorway’s 20th anniversary. Originally introduced back in 2001, the 2021 retro essentially sports the familiar “Medium Grey/White-Cool Grey” color scheme, while also flaunting the OG higher-cut patent leather upper. Finally, contrasting white laces, branding, and midsole, followed by an icy translucent outsole rounds out the iconic profile.
The Air Jordan 5 “Shattered Backboard” (Total Orange) is showcased in a closer look as the model is finally dropping in a couple of weeks. Draped in an official mix of Sail, Orange Blaze, Metallic Silver, and Black, the sneaker incorporates the familiar “Shattered Backboard” theme overall which was popularized on the Air Jordan 1 High. Sail dominates its leather upper alongside the tonal textile mesh utilized for the collar, quarter panel and tongue. Finally, orange and black adorn its midsole while silver reflective tongues and the shark-teeth along the tooling, followed by a translucent outsole tops off the design.
Joining the Air Jordan 1 Element GORE-TEX “Black” is this “Light Bone” iteration of the Air Jordan 1 Element GORE-TEX as a first look at the forthcoming style has now surfaced online. Officially colored in “Sail/Light Bone-College Grey-Black,” the model’s construction is essentially elevated to better suit the colder months. GORE-TEX is utilized for superb weatherproofing via a mix of ripstop and leather materials, while the suede heels bear the distinct GORE-TEX marking. Finally, a half black and half translucent rubber outsole tops off the design.
Following the release of the Travis Scott x fragment x Air Jordan 1 Low OG this summer, sources are now indicating that there will be two more colorways of the collaborative Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 Low that are suggested to debut in 2022. The image featured does not consist of the forthcoming iteration, although, reports suggest that the upcoming pairs will incorporate the same design elements as seen on the aforementioned model such as an oversized backward facing Swoosh, signature Travis Scott details consisting of the “Cactus Jack” logo appearing on the tongue, medial side panel and lining, in addition to co-branding.
Official imagery of the Air Jordan 13 GS “Houndstooth” are now featured and it surely indicates that we’ll be seeing the silhouette at retailers real soon. Sporting an official colorway of “White/Black-Lilac-Metallic Silver,” the kid’s-exclusive pair flaunts a stylish makeup consisting of white leather for its base and the highlight houndstooth pattern prominent for its signature quilted overlays and tongue. Finally, contrasting Lilac Purple accents throughout and a black midsole provide a complementing touch to its overall profile.
Countless of sneakerheads have been waiting for a retro of the Air Jordan 11 “Cool Grey” as it was last offered in 2010. To coincide with the colorway’s 20th anniversary, the iconic pair is slated to return this holiday season as it was originally introduced back in 2001. Sporting the familiar “Medium Grey/White-Cool Grey” color scheme, the 2021 version flaunts the OG higher-cut patent leather upper, followed by white laces, branding, and midsole, as well as an icy translucent outsole to round out the clean profile.