2022 has ushered in a number of great Air Jordan 3s, from the “Cardinal” to the “Muslin.” Soon — this September, to be exact — the year will even welcome the ever-beloved “Fire Red” colorway back into the fold. And following a number of in-hand looks, this long-awaited Retro has finally surfaced via official images.
A much-anticipated revival, the Air Jordan 3 “Fire Red” (2022) brings back the “Nike Air,” placing the logo right atop the heel just as it appeared in 1988. Adjacent, white leathers comprise the brunt of the upper, while light greys and the titular red dress the accents adjacent, such as the embroidered Jumpman, perforated trims, and eyelets. And while a relatively faithful homage to the OG, not all is exact, as the Cement Print has been slightly reworked.
For a closer look at the 2022 “Fire Red,” check out the official images right here. These are currently expected to release on September 10th, doing so via Nike SNKRS as well as select retailers.
In other news, official images of the Air Jordan 7 Quai 54 have surfaced.
First rumored in mid-December 2021, the Air Jordan 7 “Citrus” is set to return in July. Recently, official images of the predominantly “Black” pair have surfaced, all-but-confirming the sneaker’s summer release.
Debuted in 2006, the first-time retro has been taken out of the archives to help celebrate the silhouette’s 30th anniversary. As with its original drop, the upcoming proposition features nubuck construction throughout the majority of its upper, with deviations arriving in the form of contrast stitching across all upper panels, as well as the embroidered Jumpman logo at the lateral ankle and TPU “23”-branded accent on the spine. “Varsity Red” flair enters the mix via the tongue, with logos and undersides following a one-to-one replica of the non-Chicago Bulls-friendly colorway; geometric detailing across the Air Jordan‘s midsole and dimpled outsole also follow suit. The “Citrus” 7s may not have been as coveted, historically, as other takes on Tinker Hatfield’s fifth design for #23, but it’s sure to introduce a refreshing style to a new generation of footwear enthusiasts.
Enjoy official images of the pair ahead, and expect the retro to hit Nike SNKRS on Saturday, July 2nd, for $200 USD (adult). Kids’ sizes range from $150 USD (Grade School) to $65 USD (Toddler).
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If you caught the Jordan Fall 2022 release preview, you would’ve caught the confirmed release of the Air Jordan 1 “Yellow Toe”, the latest in the popular series of AJ1s with the popular color-blocking with the original Black Toe flavor. The colorway was revealed way back in 2018 as a PE by musician Zach Myers, but nearly four years later, Jordan fanatics will finally get their shot a GR release.
While early factory samples have been revealed over the last few weeks, we’re finally getting a clear look at the Yellow Toe Jordan 1s. Not much of a surprise here, considering the aforementioned PE for Zach Myers and the fact that the colorway formula is fairly predictable, but these photos are just one step closer to the retail drop that’s scheduled for August 2022.
We’ll continue to update you with newer photos and details for the Jordan 1 Yellow Toe, so stay tuned and we’ll bring you the latest. In other AJ1 news, the Jordan 1 Rebellionaire is hitting stores very soon in extremely limited quantity.
Since its debut in 2001, the Air Jordan 11 Cool Grey has become one of the most celebrated colorways in the Jordan 11 catalog.
The Air Jordan 11 Cool Grey (2021) features a Cool Grey Durabuck upper with patent leather overlays and and a signature Jumpman embroidery on the collar. From there, a white midsole and an icy blue translucent outsole completes the design.
The Air Jordan 11 Cool Grey (2021) releases in December of 2021 and retails for $225.