Early Look: 15 Air Jordan Retro Spring 2022 Releases On The Way
After a sneak peek at a few releases last week, Jordan Brand has unveiled their Spring 2022 Retro releases. From Jordan 1s to Jordan 13s, and a handful in between, next year is shaping up nicely with these Throne-Worthy Air Jordan sneaker releases. Head over to our Instagram and let us know which pairs you'll be copping.
Air Jordan 1 "Brotherhood"
The "Brotherhood" Air Jordan 1 combines two classic colors from the Jordan line with University Gold and Light Bordeaux. This brightly colored AJ1 features the "OG" Hi cut and will be the perfect pair to break out when the spring weather arrives.
Air Jordan 1 "Marina Blue"
While it's not quite the OG "Royals" colorway, the high cut and Nike Air branding on this "Marina Blue" colorway of the AJ1 is sure to be a must-have for many collectors.
Air Jordan 3 "Muslin"
The Air Jordan 3 "Muslin" gets its nickname from the material used throughout the upper. Muslin is a type of cotton that uses a basic weave that makes it perfect for customizing.
Air Jordan 3 "Cardinal Red"
The "Cardinal Red" Air Jordan 3 takes on classic color-blocking for a white-based AJ3 and adds a slight twist. A "Light Curry" Jumpman logo on the tongue, along with other subtle details take this Air Jordan 7 colorway to new levels on the Jordan 3.
Air Jordan 4 "Canvas"
The women's exclusive Air Jordan 4 "Canvas" comes in a combination of Sail and Cement Grey with paint splatter graphics across the outsole. If there were ever a perfect AJ4 for customizing, this is the one.
Air Jordan 4 "Amethyst Wave"
The "Amethyst Wave" Jordan 4, also known as the "Zen Master" AJ4, uses a vibrant tie-dye upper made of canvas, translucent "wings" on the side panel, and black accents. to create a truly unique colorway.
Air Jordan 4 "Infrared"
Another example of Jordan Brand repurposing colorways is the Air Jordan 4 "Infrared" that will release this coming spring. Inspired by the Infrared Jordan 6, this colorway is sure to be a hit with its nubuck upper and premium materials.
Air Jordan 5 "Racer Blue"
If Michael Jordan ever played for the Orlando Magic, we might have seen these drop back in 1990 when the OGs did. The Racer Blue AJ5 is a colorway that you might know from the 3s that dropped recently. However, the colorway is inspired by an original sample from back in the day.
Air Jordan 5 "Arctic Orange"
This "Arctic Orange" Air Jordan 5 Low is a women's exclusive that oozes springtime colors. The nubuck upper features a reflective backing on the quarter panels and bright hues of "Siren Red" for accents.
Air Jordan 6 "Mint Foam"
The "Mint Foam" is another women's exclusive that is perfect for spring with its light and airy color palette. The sublet contrast of nubuck and suede on the upper add layers to the upper while the "Mint Foam" accents on the midsole add just a touch of contrast, which is finished off with translucent outsole details.
Air Jordan 6 "UNC"
Much like the Air Jordan 4 "UNC" that we saw in 2021, the AJ6 "UNC" colorway is inspired by the old ads that featured MJ in his North Carolina Tar Heels gear. The white leather overlays and nubuck University Blue underlays are sure to have the OGs lined up for these.
Air Jordan 7 "Sapphire"
The Air Jordan 7 celebrates its 30th anniversary in 2022 and Jordan Brand is ready to give the shoe its shine. The "Sapphire" colorway features translucent mesh paneling on the upper with a contrasting multi-color sock liner for a truly unique look.
Air Jordan 9 "Particle Grey"
The Air Jordan 9 gets a new colorway with some familiar tones. Black, Particle Grey, and University Red colors give this AJ9 some subtle Chicago vibes that would have been perfect for MJ's time playing for the White Sox.
Air Jordan 12 "Playoffs"
One of the most iconic of the original Air Jordan 12 colorways returns in 2022 to celebrate the model's 25th anniversary. The "Playoff" 12s get their nickname from the 1996-1997 NBA Playoffs when Michael Jordan first wore them on the way to his fifth NBA Championship.
Air Jordan 13 "Del Sol"
While you might think of "Del Sol" as a Kobe color, these Jordan 13s take on the namesake in a slightly different way. University Red accents land on the Jumpman logo on the tongue, making these a perfect colorway for those throwback Houston Rockets jerseys, and Kansas City Chiefs fans alike.
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