One of those pairs will be the New Jordans 2017 Hare 2017 which we feel is a long time coming from Jordan Brand. The ‘Hare’ color scheme was made popular by being an original color scheme on the Air Jordan 7. The ‘Hare’ Air Jordan 7 originally released in 1992, but since has had a few retro releases. Not only will Jordan Brand release the ‘Hare’ Air Jordan 6 in 2017, but there are more colorways of this model coming. First up will be the ‘Black Cat’ Air Jordan 6 which will debut on December 31st, 2016. Another color scheme that is confirmed is the ‘Hornets’ Air Jordan 6 which will have a Black iridescent finish.Keep it locked as more information of both upcoming Air Jordan 6 colorways begin to surface. Inspired by the Air Jordan 7 “Hare,” this new Air Jordan 6 “Hare” features a similar color scheme & is set to release 2017 following the release of the Air Jordan 6 “Black Cat.” Jordan Brand will be kicking the Air Jordan 6 model back into gear with the release of the Air Jordan 6 “Hare,” which shares a similar color scheme as the previous Air Jordan 7 “Hare” release.
The icon Jordans Release 2017 High OG Bred is scheduled to make its return later this year during Labor Day Weekend. This legendary colorway of the Air Jordan 1 has been given the remastered treatment and features a premium tumbled leather on the Varsity Red paneling that appears on the toebox, ankle/heel and the Swoosh logo. The rest of the shoe is done in a smooth black leather. A white midsole, Air branding on the tongue, a black inner liner and a red outsole complete the look on this Air Jordan 1.The newest “Olympic” AJ11 Low is Jordan Brand’s newest retro. Inspired by the upcoming Olympics, the new pair is more fab as well as more cool than the long-awaited “Midnight Navy” and “Varsity Red” of the same collection. JB decided to ditch the black patent leather mudguard and used the more stylish metallic gold colorway instead. The pair is also dominated in White with accents of Black in the lining, insole, and some of the branding. The Black herringbone pods also stand out against the translucent icy blue outsole.
A first look at the 2017 Air Jordan Shoes “Bred” aka “Banned” releasing on September 3rd is finally here, and this upcoming Retro releases features an “OG” detail that you haven’t seen in a while. You’ll notice the sizes and other numbers printed on the inside of the ankle of the shoe, a nod to the same detail seen in the original from 1985. In addition, the red panels featured tumbled leather, whereas the releases in 2013 utilized a smooth synthetic leather. Again, these are scheduled for a September 3rd release, so check out a detailed first look below.Back in 1987, the 23 year old Chicago phenomenon was interviewed on a Television talk show rocking a flashy crimson and blue wind breaker suit. Jordan Brand takes inspiration cues from his suit on the latest Air Jordan I Retro OG model. Available April 30 in Men’s sizing only in SNKRS and Kid’s sizing on Nike.com