The Air Jordan 19 was originally released in 2004 and was designed by Tate Kuerbis. Inspired by a poisonous African snake, the model also includes a Tech-Flex upper and Zoom Air cushioning. While the model isn’t everyone’s favorite, it does have a following.
We last saw the Air Jordan 19 release in 2019, and now we have a first look at a sample that didn’t make the cut. The images popped up via former Jordan Brand NRG footwear designer Frank Cooker, which comes in a Multi-Color theme. Constructed with suede due to the Purple used, it reminds us of the ‘Viotech’ Dunks and Aleali May’s Air Jordan 1.
Check out another look at the Air Jordan 19 ‘Multi-Color’ Sample that will give you a closer look. Currently, there are no plans for Jordan Brand to release this pair or other Jordan 19 colorways. However, once we receive more information, we will make sure to update you.