This weekend was big for Jordan. The Air Jordan XX8 were released, MJ turned 50 years old and the NBA All-Star Game was in full swing featuring Jordan sponsored players, such as Melo, Westbrook and newly signed Blake Griffin. The specs of the annual Jordan Signature series have been anticipated for some time now, especially since Jordan Brand has executed a unique campaign around the XX8 and it’s black and neon color scheme. The XX8 days of Flight featured a countdown of the entire collection of Jordan’s in the stealth and sleek black/ neon scheme. The final installment has been released and now you can view all 28 sneakers like you never have before.
Air Jordan 2012
The shoe's three-tiered performance system features Flywire, interchangeable booties and dynamic cushioning systems. The inner-bootie options speak to a player's preference in ankle support: low and light or high and tight.
Air Jordan 2011
Interchangeable midsole modules mark another first for Jordan Brand. Players are able to choose between tuned cushioning systems to best suit their style of play.
Air Jordan 2010
The 2010 marked the 25th anniversary of the Air Jordan line with a see-through TPU window and bottom-loaded Zoom Air. Independent forefoot construction supports natural foot movement on the court.
Air Jordan 2009
The defensive-minded 2009 features Articulated Propulsion Technology to manipulate spacing on the court. Inspired by the art of fencing, the 2009 has unrivaled lateral responsiveness
Air Jordan XX3
The XX3's distinctive hand-stitched upper and articulated chassis were developed with a Nike Considered design that uses environmentally preferred materials.
Air Jordan XX2
Radar stitching and camouflage make their debut on the XX2, and a titanium shank plate elevates performance footwear to new heights.
Air Jordan XX1
The XX1 ushered in a new era of Jordan customization with the availability of Zoom and Encapsulated Air IPS systems.
Air Jordan XX
For Jordan's 20th anniversary, the XX incorporates a biographical laser-etched upper with the revolutionary Independent Podular Suspension (IPS).
Air Jordan XIX
Crafted for unrivaled performance, the incorporation of Tech Flex and a Phylon midsole make the XIX one of the most flexible and lightweight Air Jordans ever.
Air Jordan XVIII
With a suede-wrap upper, the luxurious XVIII includes dual-layer Zoom Air and a "Driver’s Manual" for its owners.
Air Jordan XVII
Inspired by improvisation in jazz music, the XVII is the first Air Jordan to incorporate Tuned Air and an ultra-responsive TPU heel stabilizer.
Air Jordan XVI
Air Jordan developed a magnetic shroud for the XVI, giving one shoe two distinct identities both on and off the court.
Air Jordan XV
Modeled after the X-15 fighter jet, the XV sports a woven Kevlar upper and radical protruding tongue.
Air Jordan XIV
Low cut and streamlined, the XIV was fine-tuned for speed and control. Inspired by fine Italian sports cars, the XIV provided unrivaled traction on the court.
Air Jordan XIII
The XIII features Zoom Air, carbon fiber plating and a high-traction sole. The panther-inspired design includes a holographic accent that represents MJ's lesser-known nickname, "Black Cat."
Air Jordan XII
Air Jordan incorporates ultra-responsive Nike Zoom technology, and the high-octane Air Jordan XII marks the first ever Jordan Brand release.
Air Jordan XI
Patent leather accents propelled the Air Jordan XI to classic status off the court as the carbon fiber spring plate set a new standard for performance footwear.
Air Jordan X
The Phylon midsole reduces weight without sacrificing foot support. To commemorate MJ's achievements, the outsole design features a lateral stripe for each of his ten early career milestones.
Air Jordan IX
Ballers around the world welcome the IX's speed-lacing system and Japanese-inspired design. The shoe's outsole is inscribed with Jordan attributes in 6 different languages.
Air Jordan VIII
Lateral straps and additional padding provide unprecedented foot protection as Jordan delivers a historic three-peat performance.
Air Jordan VII
Title two begins with a shrug. Jordan introduces his game to the world after leading a group known simply as "The Dream Team."
Air Jordan VI
Six proves to be a magic number for Mike as he dominates the finals and wins his first NBA title.
Air Jordan V
MJ’s aerial assault inspires the V, and Michael posts a career-high 69 to usher in a decade that would belong to Chicago and Jordan.
Air Jordan IV
One of the most beloved Air Jordans ever helps Michael stuff the stat sheet and makes a big screen cameo that changes sneaker culture forever.
Air Jordan III
Mars reveals the Air Jordan III as the secret to MJ’s game. The results: 35 PPG. and his first NBA MVP.
Air Jordan II
High fashion meets high function to the tune of a ridiculous 37.1 PPG
Air Jordan 1
The genesis of Flight. A game-changing shoe for the rookie who never played like one.
Air Jordan XX8
Stretch synthetic textile upper with a high performance zipper for increased support and a clean, ultra-modern look.
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