The Jordan Future, the lifestyle variation of the Air Jordan 11, made its comeback earlier in 2018 after more than a year-long hiatus. It was one of Jordan Brand’s two Air Jordan releases 2018 for the Quai 54 streetball tournament and made its retail debut on June 30th, albeit not with original woven construction. The very next month though, Jordan Brand released a camo iteration of the Jordan Future on July 14th and this time it did feature woven uppers. A Jordan Future “Bred” colorway also hit the shelves on July 28th. As of lately, two other new colorways of the Jordan Brand recently made their retail debuts.
Considering that Fall is still underway, it is not surprising that one of the Jordan Future colorways seems to be inspired by previous Air Jordan “Wheat” iterations and workboots. Hence, instead of a knit woven construction, its uppers are made up of textured nubuck and are dressed up in Wheat. Its asymmetrical tongues, inner lining, and laces are covered in Dark Grey, and it is equipped with plain White midsoles. The Wheat hue can also appears over its translucent outsoles and a debossed, tonal “Jumpman” logo can be spotted on each lateral heel. A Gold-colored “Jumpman” logo is also featured on the tongue tabs.
As you may already know, the Air Jordan 11 “Concord” is returning this year. To keep the hype going, Jordan Brand whipped up “Concord” iterations of the Air Jordan 1 Double Strap and the Jordan Spiz’ike. The second Jordan Future colorway, which recently made its retail debut, is also dressed up in a “Concord”-inspired color scheme. Its woven uppers are covered in entirely in Black, while Concord appears over the heels, inner lining and the “Jumpman” branding. It is also equipped with plain White midsoles and matching, milky outsoles. Both of the above and this Jordan Future colorway are currently available on Nike.com at a price of $150.