In terms of U.S. sneaker sales, Jordan Brand is currently the 3rd-most popular sneaker brand. Based on the sales of its Air Jordan releases 2017 between January and August, Jordan Brand had a 9.5% average monthly market share in the U.S. footwear market. In September 2017, Jordan Brand adds a new chapter to its legacy with the release of the Air Jordan 32.
Jordan Brand unveiled the Air Jordan 32 in Turin, Italy by the end of August 2017. Jordan Brand’s latest Air Jordan model received tremendous positive responses and praise from the world of sneakers, especially on social media. Inspired by the Air Jordan 2, the Air Jordan 32 brings a unique combination of Flyknit and Zoom Air.
Jordan Brand has already unveiled several PE versions of the Air Jordan 32, some of which were worn by professional basketball players during Nike’s official unveiling of the new NBA uniforms. The first colorway of the Air Jordan 32, dubbed “Rosso Corsa,” is scheduled to make its retail debut on September 23th, 2017. The very next month, Jordan Brand will drop two more Air Jordan 32 colorways, on dubbed “MJ Day” and the other a low-top variation, both of which will arrive at retailers on October 18th, 2017.
Of course, fall season is almost here, so it was not surprising that Jordan Brand recently unveiled its Holiday Air Jordan releases 2017 as well. Apparently, Jordan Brand’s Holiday Collection includes the following sneakers:
Air Jordan 1 Retro High Flyknit “Royal” – 2017 marked the first time that Jordan Brand incorporated Nike’s patented Flyknit technology into its iconic, first sneaker model. Of course, this colorway is inspired by the Air Jordan 1 OG “Royal.”
Air Jordan 12 “Bordeaux” – Inspired by Bordeaux, France’s most famous wine-making region, this is actually not the first “Bordeaux” colorway of the model. Nonetheless, it features suede uppers that are dressed up in the wine-like hue.
Air Jordan 12 “Dark Grey” – Another Air Jordan iteration with suede uppers, this one looks more monochrome, with the exception of the gold lace eyelets it is equipped with.
Air Jordan 13 “Altitude” – Having originally made its retail debut back in 2005, this highly popular, sleek colorway of the Air Jordan 13 color will make a comeback during the Holiday Season this year.
Air Jordan 1, Air Jordan 6 & the Air Jordan 13 “Wheat” – Definitely fall-themed, these three colorways may or may not be a part of a single pack. Regardless, something they share in common are their soft suede uppers that are dressed up in a Wheat hue.
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136064-116 | $190
Drops Date: May 12th, 2018
Colorway: White/Cement Grey-Black-Fire Red
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136064-011 | $190
Drops Date: 2017
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While these are definitely the highlights of Jordan Brand’s Holiday Air Jordan releases 2017, they are definitely not the only ones. For instance, Jordan Brand had already revealed in several months ago that it would be dropping the Air Jordan 11 “Midnight Navy” on Black Friday. However, turns out that it will be arriving at retailers earlier, i.e. on November 11th, 2017. Moreover, the Air Jordan 11 “Gym Red” is apparently going to be this 2017’s annual release of the model, scheduled to hit the shelves shortly before Christmas, December 16th, 2017.
Of course, there will also be plenty of other Air Jordan releases 2017 to look forward to and not to mention the Air Jordan releases 2018 that Jordan Brand will drop next year. Sneakerheads can count of teatro-show.ru to keep the updated about all of this with the latest Jordan Brand-related news.