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See What Air Jordans Are Releasing for Holiday 2018

Air Jordan 11 Concord 2018

It’s about that time of year again when we start hearing what’s launching from Jordan Brand during Fall and Winter 2018.

Recently a showing of upcoming Air Jordan Holiday 2018 releases went down and thanks to our sources, we were told about some upcoming releases.

So far there are two big releases that have been circulating that most know about, the ‘Concord’ Air Jordan 11 and the ‘Red Suede’ Air Jordan 12. In addition we have a few Air Jordan 1 releases with one being inspired by Michael Jordan’s Sports Illustrated rookie cover and the other pair inspired by his suit he wore on draft night. There is also a ‘Gold Toe’ pair that will be constructed with leather, with the ‘Gold’ looking more like a shade of Mustard.

In addition there will be Air Jordan’s releasing inspired by Nike’s Michael Jordan wore. For example we have the Air Jordan 3 ‘Chlorophyll’ that is inspired by the Nike Air Trainer 1. The Air Jordan 6 inspired by Bo Jackson’s OG ‘Infrared’ Air Trainer SC, Air Jordan 8 inspired by the ‘Peace’ Air Raid and the Air Jordan 10 ‘Ultramarine’ taking on the Nike Air Huarache Light. There is also another Air Jordan 10 dropping which Nick Anderson wore during his playing days with the Orlando Magic. As well, there is a few winterized Air Jordan 12 dropping.

You can also see what else is coming by visiting our Air Jordan Release Dates page.

Note: Images used is photoshops showing what the upcoming releases could look like thanks to JayzRDead.

Air Jordan 1 Leather ‘Gold Toe’
Air Jordan 1 Leather Gold Toe

Air Jordan 6 ‘Air Trainer SC Infrared’
Air Jordan 6 Air Trainer SC Infrared

Air Jordan 3 ‘Chlorophyll’
Air Jordan 3 Chlorophyll

Air Jordan 8 ‘Air Raid’
Air Jordan 8 Air Raid

Air Jordan 10 OG ‘Orlando Magic’
Air Jordan 10 OG Orlando Magic

Brian Betschart
Founder and Editor of SF, Brian is considered an expert when it comes to sneakers. Collecting since he was in elementary school, his collection has grown to over 500 pairs and counting. Brian has published articles since 2004, and in 2006, he decided to create Sneaker Files.

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