Some of the latest Air Jordan releases 2018 are these Air Jordan 1 Mid colorways that come with the model’s classic branding on their heels. As you may have read in our recent post, Jordan Brand dropped a few new Air Jordan 1 Mid colorways not too long ago. These included a “Top 3” and a “Triple Black” colorway that did not feature the classic branding. However, the two “Sherpa Fleece” iterations did. The same is the case with these latest “Bred” and “Pure White” colorways. Perhaps the classic “AIR JORDAN” logo on the heels may end up becoming a permanent addition to future Air Jordan 1 Mid releases.
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This Triple Black “Winterized” colorway of the Air Jordan 12 that you see here will be joining Jordan Brand’s Holiday Season collection of Air Jordan releases 2018. At a glance, you are likely to assume that this is perhaps one of Jordan Brand’s Black Friday or Cyber Monday releases for this year. Of course, an Air Jordan 12 “Gym Red” is already a part of the Black Friday 2018 sneaker releases. It even looks similar to another recent Air Jordan 12 release, but that is not the case either. This brand new iteration of the Air Jordan 12 has been specifically designed for the chilled wintry weather ahead.
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As you may have already figured, some of the upcoming Air Jordan releases 2018 are going to be a part of Nike’s latest “N7” Fall/Holiday Collection. As always, this collection is also linked to Nike’s N7 Fund, which was established back in 2000. It was Sam McCracken, a member of northeastern Montana’s Sioux and Assiniboine tribes, who developed the N7 Fund. The goal of the initiative was to enable Native American/Aboriginal communities and tribes to expand and progress. The program got its name from the Native American Seventh Generation Principle. The N7 Fall/Holiday 2018 Collection includes a combination of different Air Jordan and Nike sneakers.
An Overview Of The Nike N7 Lineage
It was actually not until 2007 that Nike released the first N7 sneaker model. The model was named the Air Native N7 and was designed keeping in mind the foot shape and width of Native Americans/Aboriginals. Following its initial release, all of the proceeds went towards the N7 Fund. By 2009, an Air Huarache N7 and an N7 Air Pegasus+26 become a part of the lineage too, followed by four other models in 2010. Of course, all proceeds generated from their sales went towards the program. As of now, the Nike N7 lineage comprises of more than 20 different sneaker models, including the popular N7 variation of the KD 4.
The Sneakers Included In The Nike N7 Fall/Holiday 2018 Collection
The Nike N7 Fall/Holiday Collection includes footwear for both men and women, including two Air Jordan releases 2018 for the former. The men’s footwear includes a Nike Air Force 1 Mid ’07, an Air Jordan 1 Retro High Strap, and a Jordan Why Not Zer0.1 Low. The women’s footwear includes a Nike Air Huarache City Utility Premium and a Nike Presto Fly Premium. All five of the special editions of these sneaker models are dressed up in vibrant colors and feature patterns the draw inspiration of Native American loom-style beadwork. Most of these sneakers are already available on Nike.com, while a few are on their way.
Apart from the Air Force 1 Mid ’07 and the Air Jordan 1 Retro High Strap, the other three already made their retail debut on November 7th, 2018 and should still be available. These two will be arriving on the Nike SNKRS app on November 14th, 2018.
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If you regularly keep track of all the latest Air Jordan releases, you are like familiar with The Shoe Surgeon, the renowned sneaker craftsman, customizer and designer whose real name is Dominic Chambrone. For Halloween, he crafted a custom Air Jordan 1 iteration that he dubbed “All Hallows’ Eve.” Using the OFF-WHITE x Air Jordan 1 as the base, he added python detailing across its entire uppers and Nike “Swoosh” logos. This customized Air Jordan 1 “All Hallows’ Eve” eventually retailed for $3,500. The Shoe Surgeon’s latest project seems to be even more special and unique, which is a custom Air Jordan 1 inspired by the NikeCraft x Tom Sachs Mars Yard.
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You might be aware that Jordan Brand has an entire collection of University of Oregon Ducks x Air Jordan sneakers. Jordan Brand’s legendary designer once studied at the University of Oregon and played track and field for the Oregon Ducks under coach Bill Bowerman, who is the co-founder of Nike. Tinker Hatfield has designed some of the most iconic Air Jordan iterations for the collegiate athletes of his former team. Earlier this year, Tinker Hatfield’s original sketch of the Air Jordan 3 was brought to life and now the Oregon Ducks have received this special PE iteration. Of course, it will not be joining upcoming Air Jordan releases 2018.
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Now that you have been reading about the Jordan Legacy 312 every now and then, you likely know that it was introduced as the Don C’s signature model that he designed in collaboration with Jordan Brand. This month, it joined recent Air Jordan releases 2018 in a “Rookie Of The Year” colorway and three others that were a part of a “Rivals” pack. You probably also know that the Jordan Legacy 312 is a hybrid of three classic sneaker models, one of them being the Air Jordan 3. So, it is only natural that this latest, upcoming Jordan Legacy 312 iteration borrows the Air Jordan 3’s most prominent feature.
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The Air Jordan 1 is one of the few models from Jordan Brand’s signature sneaker line to have a Mid and Low version in addition to its traditional high-top form. However, the Air Jordan 1 High and Low are the most prominent ones since they are frequently hitting the shelves in brand new colorways. Considering that the cut of the Air Jordan 1 Mid is neither too high nor too low, it is ideal to be worn in Fall and perhaps even Winter. Hence, two brand new colorways of the mid-top version joined recent Air Jordan releases 2018 and you may still be able to cop a pair.
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