Nike is once again pushing the boundaries of anticipation and excitement by unveiling Jordan Brand's entire lineup of Air Jordan sneakers for the much-awaited spring of 2024. As the sporting giant continues its commitment to transparency, sneakerheads can look forward to an impressive array of releases, each curated to celebrate the 35th anniversary of the iconic Air Jordan 4 silhouette.
The highlight of the reveal undoubtedly revolves around the Air Jordan 4, with two distinct colourways set to captivate fans during the spring season. The legendary "Bred" colourway, makes a triumphant return, receiving a contemporary "Reimagined" treatment that incorporates premium leather, and other aged characteristics. Alongside this revival, a fresh and exclusive iteration emerges in the form of the women‘s-only "Metallic Gold" variant. Boasting a sophisticated tonal off-white colour scheme, this version is finished with gold-tone hardware inspired by the beloved "Metallic" pack from 2020, adding a touch of elegance and exclusivity to the upcoming releases.
The journey through nostalgia continues with the resurrection of two original Air Jordan 1 colorways. The Air Jordan 1 rebranded in a "Metallic Burgundy” colourway, and the Air Jordan 1 Low in "Metallic Navy" are both slated for release in the months to come. These classics, with their renewed appeal, promise to reignite the fervour of Jordan brand.
Below is a list of every revealed Air Jordan release in Spring 2024
Air Jordan 4 “Bred Reimagined”
A long-awaited colourway joins the reimagined series.
Air Jordan 4 “Metallic Gold”
A return of the metallic series with a twist
Air Jordan 5 “Olive”
A solid army-inspired Air Jordan 5 entry
Air Jordan 1 High “Black/White”
Simple but an extremely clean AJ1 colourway
Air Jordan 1 High “Ivory”
A slightly more premium suede finish completes this unique sneaker
Air Jordan 1 High “Metallic Gold”
Akin to the AJ4 from above, the colourway translates itself to the 1985 silhouette.
Air Jordan 1 High “Yellow Ochre”
For those who missed out on rookies??
Air Jordan 3 “Pale Ivory”
A subtle more contemporary take on the AJ3 with what looks to be very premium like materials
Air Jordan 5 “Lucky Green”
Will probably get a release date around St Patrick’s Day
One for Celtics fans
Air Jordan 6 “Yellow Ochre”
Taking on the “Carmine” colour-blocking this is a great one for the AJ6 boys and girls out there
Air Jordan 13 “Blue Grey”