While there do not seem to be any Air Jordan releases for Easter so far, Nike is releasing an Air VaporMax 2019 and a Vapormax Flyknit 3. Last year, Nike released an “Easter” colorway of the Air Force 1 Low. It was a multicolored iteration that was dressed up in a combination of pastel hues, namely Barely Volt, Ice Blue, Hyper Turquoise and Sail. These hues actually appeared as a part of a unique patchwork design over its suede uppers. Since this was an Easter release, graphics of opened Easter eggs could be spotted on its insoles and tongues. This year, Nike seems to have two different Easter releases.
Among next month’s Air Jordan releases 2019 will be a WMNS iteration of the Air Jordan 1 High inspired by Shoe Palace’s leading customer. When it comes to designing brand new colorways of the very first Air Jordan model Michael Jordan rocked on an NBA court, Jordan Brand has usually drawn inspiration from his historic and storied past. Of course, that is not always the case, especially when it comes to WMNS colorways, such as those from the “Pastel” Pack and the Prem “Dipped” Pack. Last year, Jordan Brand even collaborated to release the luxurious Air Jordan 1 “Viotech” that featured removable fur tongues.
Jordan Brand’s Air Jordan releases 2019 arriving this summer will include an Air Jordan 12 for women featuring reptile–textured uppers. Much like the women’s Air Jordan 12 iteration featured here, there have been plenty of others that have been dressed up entirely in Black or a Black and White color scheme. The most popular of this colorways is definitely the Air Jordan 12 “Taxi,” which made its comeback last year on March 18th, 2018 and retailed at a price of $190. Others include last year’s Air Jordan 12 “Winterized” and the Air Jordan 12 “Chinese New Year” that made its retail debut this year on February 5th, 2019.
Jordan Brand‘s Holiday Season collection of Air Jordan releases 2018 includes two colorways of the Air Jordan 11, one of which is for women. As most of you probably know, the Air Jordan 11 “Concord” makes its long-awaited comeback next month after 23 years. It was originally released back in 1995 after Michael Jordan returned from his stint in Minor League Baseball and wore it during the 1995–96 Chicago Bulls season. The returning Air Jordan 11 “Concord” will actually be available in full family sizes. However, women and small-footed sneakerheads can also look forward to the release of the Air Jordan 11 “Neutral Olive” in the coming days.