Born from the mind of Tinker Hatfield, the Air Jordan IV was built for MJ’s high-speed game. Now, nearly three decades after its on-court arrival, the Air Jordan IV is presented in a colour combo which commemorates MJ’s motorsports team. The White, Black and Game Royal aesthetic embodies the spirit and high-speed competition that MJ’s style helped bring to the raceway. Available Saturday March 25th at 10AM. Men’s and Youth sizes available from 4-12. $165/$255.
After its initial run, the Air Jordan VI left behind a few what-ifs from hungry collectors dreaming of colourways that might have been. This version answers one of them with a combination of White, Pure Platinum and Gym Red that would have been right at home in 1991. Available Saturday, March 11th at 10AM. Men’s sizes 8-12. $255.
Shining moments call for putting your best foot forward. Whether it’s for yourself, your game or your community, the new Air Jordan I is built to keep you in the spotlight. The design shines bright with iridescent detailing throughout the upper, paired with premium leather in traditional Air Jordan fashion. Classic Nike Air branding is seen on the tongue, while a translucent outsole completes the design. Available Sunday, February 19th at Noon. Men’s sizes 8-12. $235.
The Air Jordan VI has never shined brighter. Whether it’s for yourself, your game or your community, the new Air Jordan VI is designed to keep you in the spotlight every step of the way. The classic design by Tinker Hatfield is hit with an iridescent finish across the upper, which comes coupled with a translucent outsole. Available Friday. February 17th at 10AM. Men’s sizes 8-12. $300.
Built for off-court training and preparation, the Jordan Trunner LX is back in honorary fashion. The classic cross-training model returns in true fashion, complete with a celebratory black and metallic gold color scheme honoring Black History Month. The Black History Month collection celebrates Black heritage in sport and beyond and has historically provided financial support to Nike’s Ever Higher Fund, which was created to bring mentorship, sport and all of its benefits to youth and their communities. Now available in Victoria in Men’s sizes from 8-13. $190.
The Black History Month collection celebrates Black heritage, in sport and beyond, and has historically provided financial support to Nike’s Ever Higher Fund, which was created to bring mentorship, sport and all of its benefits to youth and their communities. Since its arrival over three decades ago, the Air Jordan I has made a statement in more ways than one. From its original tones to its allure all over the globe, the silhouette has made its mark on the hardwood and the street. Now in 2017, the icon continues its reign with a premium look celebrating Black History Month. Available now in Men’s sizes 8-12. $200.
The Air Jordan IV’s unique design brought innovation to the hardwood. Worn by MJ during the 1988-1989 season, the Tinker Hatfield design now lives on in modern materials and tones. The new look come to life in premium black suede with luxurious hits of metallic gold on the Air Jordan IV’s most iconic elements. Available Saturday February 4th. Men’s and Youth sizes available from 4-13. $165/$255.
The Air Jordan XII brought luxury to the hardwood in 1997 with its striking, full-leather construction. Created by designer Tinker Hatfield, the shoe took on a heavily contrasted design that was visible from anywhere on the court. The unforgettable Air Jordan now returns two decades later in an OG-inspired white and black colorway celebrating the 2017 Chinese New Year. Available Saturday, January 28th. Men’s sizes 8-13. $330.
The Air Jordan VIII made its debut in 1993 as His Airness pursued his third consecutive title. This time around, the unmistakable cross-strap design returns outfitted in Sequoia with a Max Orange Jumpman logo and accents for a fresh look that’s built for flight. Available Saturday, January 28th. Men’s sizes 8-11. $255.
The Air Jordan XIII embodied His Airness’ slick, black cat alter ego. Designed by Tinker Hatfield, the 1998 game shoe took on a paw-like tooling, paired with a performance-driven combination of reflective mesh, suede and leather up above. Nearly two decades later, the design now takes the “Black Cat” inspiration even further. Available Saturday, January 21st. 8-12. $255.