Preview Jordan Brand's upcoming lineup.
Jordan Brand has just unveiled a preview of their upcoming Holiday Collection, which includes a couple of different Air Jordan 12s, a few new "Wheat" colorways and the "Royal" Air Jordan 1 Flyknit. This Holiday season Jordan Brand will continue to celebrate the 20-year anniversary of the Air Jordan 13 and explore new colorways, materials and make-ups of the Air Jordan 1, Air Jordan 6 and Air Jordan 12.
In addition to the aforementioned "Royal" Air Jordan 1 Flyknit, Jordan Brand will also be releasing two brand new Air Jordan 12s including a suede "Bordeaux" colorway, which draws on inspiration from France’s rich winemaking tradition, and a "Dark Grey" rendition which swaps the leather upper for suede and nods to the original “Taxi” colorway by featuring gold lace eyelets.
The black and green "Altitude" Air Jordan 13 will also be making its return to retailers for the first time since it debuted in 2005, and it will feature the all-leather OG construction.
Rounding out Jordan Brand's Holiday preview is the "Golden Harvest" and "Elemental Gold" lineup which includes Wheat versions of the Air Jordan 1, Air Jordan 6 and Air Jordan 13. Each of these kicks feature soft suede materials and monochromatic color schemes, with the only form of contrast appearing in white on the Air Jordan 6.
Today's announcement by Jordan Brand gives some clarity regarding what's in store for the next few months but there's certainly much more on tap in the final two and a half months of 2017. Rumors continue to suggest there are two Air Jordan 11s on tap for later this year, including an all-red colorway and a "Midnight Navy" joint, though the brand has yet to confirm any reports.
Jordan Brand has not officially announced release dates for their Holiday Collection but that information is expected sooner than later as we approach the Fall season. Check out some detailed photos of the kicks below and stay tuned for more release info.
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