Jordan Brand topping of the year with it's Holiday 2023 lineup
With the arrival of September, the approaching fall season is set. Yet, as time flies and marches forward, winter is just three short months away. In this transition, the spotlight shifts towards Jordan Brand's Holiday 2023 lineup.
The closing month of 2023 holds great promise, as some of the most eagerly awaited silhouettes and colorways prepare to arrive for Jordan fans. This is a sneak peek at the forthcoming releases looking to make Holiday 2023 a season to remember.
The Air Jordan 1 High OG Royal Reimagined
The Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG is famous for having smooth leather parts, but the designers at Jordan decided to use soft suede for the side panels and toe boxes instead. As for the quarters and the overlays around them, they're a solid black color. You can spot the "Royal Blue" highlights in their usual places, like the lower heel overlays, collars, Swoosh logos, and toe boxes. The tongues keep their nylon material and are topped with Nike Air branding. The finish up thel looks, the midsole gets a white treatment whereas the outsole is dressed in the royal blue. The Jordan 1 High OG Royal Reimagined will retail at a price of $180 (men); $140 (GS); $85 (PS); $70 (TD) and drop on November 4th.
The Air Jordan 1 High OG Satin Bred (W)
Adding to an impressive lineup of holiday releases, the Air Jordan 1 "Satin Bred" first appeared in 2016, taking cues from the stylish warm-up attire Michael Jordan sported while endorsing the shoe. Except for a few minor changes, the 2023 edition is expected to closely resemble its seven-year-old predecessor, featuring satin materials incorporated into nearly every aspect of the shoe's design. The Jordan 1 High OG Satin Bred (W) will retail at $180 (women); $85 (PS); $70 (TD), and release on October 18th.
Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG "Sky J Mauve"
Giving a quick glimpse of this pair, we can see it follows the classic style with colored overlays on a white leather base. The white color covers the base cleanly, while the standout "Sky J Mauve" takes over the overlays, laces, and rubber outsole, adding a vibrant touch. The Air Jordan 1 High OG Sky J Mauve is set to release on October 14th for a retail price of $180 (men) and $140 (GS).
The Air Jordan 1 High OG Celadon
The Air Jordan 1 High OG Celadon come with soft suede material on the front part, tongue, and the back. Instead of the quiet "Celadon" color, there are bright orange swooshes on the sides and inside the shoe, and even on the "NIKE AIR" text on the tongue. The midsole of the shoe receives an aged look with the vintage treatment. The bottom of the shoe is also changed to a "Celadon" color, which completes the retro look nicely. The Air Jordan 1 High OG Celadon will retail for $200 and release on December 2, 2023.
The Air Jordan 2 Retro Low X-Mas
The Air Jordan 2 Retro Low X-Mas sneakers have a stylish combination of colors. They mainly come in black leather, with some parts in red and green. The red touches are on the side liner of the shoe, the Jordan Wings logo on the tongue, and the heel. There's also a cool dark green detail on the heel tab area. To complete the look, they have a black mid sole and a grey and red outsole. The Jordan 2 Retro Low X-Mas will retail at $150 for mens sizing, and $130 on GS sizing. This pair will release on December 23, 2023.
The Air Jordan 3 Fear
The Air Jordan 3 comes features tri tone colorways of black, total orange, and night stadium. The upper of the sneaker comes built with premium dark grey suede. The heel tab and mud guard area is covered in a covered in the iconic elephant print which comes in a shade of dark suede. The midsole is split in dark grey white, and speckled black. The most detailed porition of sneaker is one you cannot see. Inside the midsole bears a message "I fear what I may not accomplish, while you fear what I might achieve." The message draws inspiration from the 2008 "Look Me In My Eyes" Jordan Brand commercial. The Air Jordan 3 Fear is set to release November 25th in a full size run pricing at $210 (men); $160 (GS); $100 (PS); $85 (TD).
The Air Jordan 3 Off Noir (W)
This all-black version of the AJ3 starts with a black suede that dominates most of the upper. Additionally, black leather finds its place on the collar and tongue, with the distinctive black heel detail displaying the Jumpman logo and "AIR" text in black too. Adding a touch of nostalgia, the lower part of the mudguard and heel boasts Jordan Brand's classic elephant print. To complete the look, the Air-infused sole unit features an off-white midsole and a light gray rubber outsole. The Air Jordan 3 Off Noir (W) releases on October 7th for a retail price of $200.
The Air Jordan 4 Craft Medium Olive
As anticipated, the Air Jordan 4 Craft Medium Olive showcases a split upper crafted from a combination of leather, suede, and high-quality textile materials. The pair comes dressed in a colorway of Medium Olive, Pale Vanilla, Cargo Khaki, Black, and Sail, this design exhibits meticulous attention to detail. If you've been unable to afford the Jordan 4 Undefeated, this pair is the perfect cheaper alternative. The Air Jordan 4 Craft Medium Olive releases on December 2nd and will drop in a full size run. Mens sizing will retail at $210, GS sizes will go for $160, PS sizes will be $100, and $85 for TD sizes.
The Air Jordan 5 Retro SE Reverse Georgetown
The Air Jordan 5 Retro SE Reverse Georegetown features a navy-centered design with grey accents on the eyelets, drawing inspiration from the Hoyas team colors. The navy shade extends to the midsole, complemented by grey-speckled shark teeth for added flair. Unlike past Hoyas-inspired Jordan releases, the official school branding is not anticipated to be present on this shoe. With a release date on November 10th, the Air Jordan 5 Retro SE Reverse Georgetown will come in a full size run and retail for $210 (men); $150 (GS); $90 (PS); $70 (TD).
The Air Jordan 6 Aqua
Taking inspiration from the legendary Air Jordan 8 "Aqua," this release bears a striking resemblance to the 2010 sample version. The only noticable difference is the all black locklace with the aqua colored Jumpman. This pair comes in a color combination of Black, Bright Concord, and Aquatone. The material used on this pair is black nubuck upper with concord and aquatone accents that provide a bold contrast. It all sits atop a clear, icy outsole. The Black theme extends to the laces, rubber tongue, and the consistent tonal branding on the heels. The Air Jordan 6 Aqua drops on October 7th in a full size run retailing at $200 (men); $160 (GS); $100 (PS); $85 (TD).
The Air Jordan 11 Gratitude
The Air Jordan 11 boasts a sleek design with white tumbled leather combined with glossy Black patent leather overlays. Additionally, it features a shiny metallic gold Jumpman logo on the side ankle and the number "23" on the heel. Some hidden details include a thoughtful "Thank You" message discreetly placed on the inner tongue tags and the shoebox. Furthermore, it comes with unique tissue paper dressed with text in different languages. The sneaker is completed with a vintage-looking translucent outsole and a clean white midsole. The Jordan 11 Gratitude retails for $230 (men); $185 (GS); $100 (PS); $80 (TD); $60 (CB) and will release on Decemeber 9th.
The Air Jordan 12 Cherry
The Air Jordan 12 Cherry draws similarities from the Air Jordan 11 "Varsity Red." Its design showcases a two-tone upper that blends white tumbled leather with an extended red pebbled leather toe cap. The classic Jordan Brand details are present, including the 23 heel badge, Jumpman pull tab, and tongue tag. Adding to its appeal, the sneaker features striking silver eyelets and a unique zig-zag tread pattern, making it a standout addition to the collection. The Air Jordan 12 Cherry will release on October 28th in a full size run at a retail price of $210 (men); $160 (GS); $100 (PS); $85 (TD).
The Air Jordan 13 White Wheat
The new Jordan 13 White Wheat harks back to a classic look from almost twenty years ago. It features crisp white tumbled leather uppers and nubuck overlays in a workwear-inspired wheat color, giving it a timeless look. In contrast to the previous tan version from 2017, this one stands out with its signature hologram pucks on the heel and wheat branding on the Jumpman logo on the tongue. These details add to the shoe's traditional charm and style. The Jordan 13 White Wheat will retail at $200 (men); $160 (GS); $100 (PS); $85 (TD) and releases on December 13th.
The Air Jordan 14 Bred
The Air Jordan 14 Bred, which hasn't been revealed yet, will sport a color combination of Black, White, and University Red. Although not officially confirmed, reports suggest that the sneaker will have a Black base with White on the midsole and the distinctive Ferrari-inspired emblem on the ankle. Additionally, you can anticipate Red accents that stand out against the Black rubber outsole. The Air Jordan 14 Bred is priced at $200 and will release on December 23rd.