Here are the latest Air Jordan 1 High colorways that will be a part of the Air Jordan releases 2019 scheduled to debut in the coming months. The photo you see at the top right is offering a preview of an upcoming Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG colorway that is simply being referred to as “Dynamic Yellow” after the vibrant hue that can be spotted over its Nike “Swoosh” logo. It seems that the rest of this iteration will be borrowing the “Black Toe” color blocking while being dressed up in a combination of Black, University Red and White, in addition to Dynamic Yellow.
Women who have been hoping for more exclusive Air Jordan releases 2019 may cop this brand new colorway of the Air Jordan 1 Low WMNS Slip. Ever since last year’s Air Jordan 1 “Reimagined” Collection, Jordan Brand seems to have become more enthusiastic about redesigning their iconic, signature sneaker model and introducing brand new, unique variations. The Air Jordan 1 Low WMNS Slip was first introduced back in December 2018. However, it was not Jordan Brand’s first slip-on sneaker model. In fact, the most recent and a very prominent example would be the revolutionary Air Jordan 33. Jordan Brand even has its own line of sandals and slides.
This Trunner NXT React is Jordan Brand’s latest running/training shoe model and it will join the Air Jordan releases 2019 later this year. It was Travis Scott who enabled the sneaker community to get a first look at the Jordan Trunner NXT React back in October 2018, as you can read here. In fact, it was Tinker Hatfield who first laced up in the Jordan Trunner NXT React for the WIRED’s 25th Anniversary Celebration, which took place between October 12th and 15th, 2018 in San Francisco. Travis Scott received his exclusive Trunner NXT React “Cactus Jack” pair after he took Tinker to visit Astroworld.
The Air Jordan 11 “Bred” is making its comeback this year and will be a part of the final Air Jordan releases during the Holiday Season. It is going to be this year’s annual Air Jordan 11 release. For Air Jordan 11 Holiday Season release last year, Jordan Brand brought back the original “Concord” colorway, which made its retail debut on December 8th, 2018 at a price of $220. The year before that, Jordan Brand released two brand new colorways of the Air Jordan 11. They were dubbed “Win Like ’82” and “Win Like ’96,” both of which were inspired by historic championship victories from Michael Jordan’s famed career.
Jordan Brand’s “Topaz Mist” Pack includes three GS-exclusive Air Jordan releases 2019, which includes a new iteration of the Air Jordan 7. So far, no new colorways of the Air Jordan 7 have arrived at retailers in 2019, but that will all change in the coming months. In case you do not already know, an Air Jordan 7 “Ray Allen” PE dressed up in the color scheme of his former team, the Milwaukee Bucks, will hit the shelves on June 1. The same month, an Air Jordan 7 with 3M reflective uppers from the “Reflections of a Champion” Pack will make its retail debut on June 8th, 2019.
As a part of the 2019 Nike N7 Collection, this year’s Air Jordan releases 2019 will include an Air Jordan 8 made up of Pendleton fabrics. Around Fall, Jordan Brand and Nike are known to team up and put together a collection that contributes to the N7 Fund, supporting Aboriginal communities and Native American sport organizations. Aboriginal rapper Taboo was the fact of last year’s N7 Collection, which drew inspiration from his personal Native American cultural heritage and roots. He reported that his style was influenced by the outfits of traditional Native American dancers in East L.A. The color palette and “intricate beadwork patterning” also influenced the collection.
Despite a lack of collaborative Air Jordan releases 2019, Hiroshi Fujiwara was recently spotted wearing an unreleased Air Jordan 3 sample. The pair you see Hiroshi Fujiwara rocking is actually a Fragment Design x Air Jordan 3 sample that never made its way to retailers. Hiroshi was spotted laced up in the pair at Nike’s The Hong Kong Department retail location. He was there to speak during a “Nike On Air” panel and even showcased some his previous fragment design x Nike creations. Among them was the fragment design x Air Jordan 1 that made its retail debut on December 27th, 2014 at a price of $165.