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Jordan Brand Has Officially Unveiled 2019’s Returning Air Jordan 4 “Bred”


It has been officially confirmed that the Air Jordan 4 “Bred” is indeed returning and will be among next month’s Air Jordan releases 2019. Rumors that the Air Jordan 4 “Bred” would be making a comeback began circulating as far back as June 2018. Of course, release information was scarce and a couple of sources reported that it would hit the shelves at some point in April 2019, which is certainly not the case as everyone likely knows by now. Considering though that the Air Jordan 4 “Bred” is definitely returning during the first week of next month, it is about time Jordan Brand officially unveiled this year’s version.

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The Air Jordan 11 “Bred” Will Arrive At Retailers Again In December 2019


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.

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The OG “Bred” Is Returning For The 30th Anniversary Of The Air Jordan 4


In celebration of its 30th anniversary, next month’s Air Jordan releases 2019 will mark the return of the original Air Jordan 4 “Bred.” Apart from a two-year, post-second retirement stint with the Washington Wizards, Michael Jordan played as a member of the Chicago Bulls for a majority of his NBA career. Drawing inspiration from the color scheme of the Chicago Bulls, Jordan Brand designed the “Bred” (Black and Red) colorway for the Air Jordan 1, which has also become known as the “Banned” colorway. Consequently, several of the Air Jordan models that Jordan Brand introduced after 1985, including the Air Jordan 4, were released in a “Bred” colorway.

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These Latest Air Jordan 1 Mid Colorways Feature The Classic “AIR JORDAN” Branding

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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These Latest Colorways Of The Air Jordan Future Version Have Premium Suede Uppers

Ever since being transformed into a boot back in September 2016, the Air Jordan Future was put on a nearly 2-year-long hiatus. Back in June this year, Jordan Brand finally brought it back to be a part of the Air Jordan releases 2018 that would be included in their latest “Quai 54” Collection. Even though the design of the Air Jordan Future was inspired by the Air Jordan 11, in the case of its latest “Quai 54” iteration, the former resembled the latter far more closely. Between its two-year hiatus, it seems the Air Jordan Future has been modified and its latest version has arrived in three different colorways. Continue reading These Latest Colorways Of The Air Jordan Future Version Have Premium Suede Uppers

The Jordan Super.Fly MVP Will Make Its Retail Debut In Four Different Colorways

Back in June 2017, Jordan Brand introduced the Super.Fly 2017, which was one of the two models that marked the debut of Nike’s full-length REACT core cushioning system. Additionally, it featured snug, one-piece uppers with graphic detailing inspired by the Air Jordan 4 and 11. During the Team USA Basketball Mini-Camp in Las Vegas on July 26th, 2018, Kemba Walker unveiled the latest model from the Super.Fly line on the court. Blake Griffin’s latest signature sneaker model has been named the Jordan Super.Fly MVP. It is finally set to make its retail debut in four different colorways among the Air Jordan releases 2018 in the coming weeks.

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