Latest Nike Jordan Sneakers, The Air Jordan 16 + Q “Cherrywood” launched in 2001 as one of the silhouette’s OG colorways. The shoe, with its classier lace cover, was supposed to represent MJ’s change in life. His plans, once retired, were to enter into the business realm, as he has done with his own brand. Designed by Wilson Smith, who took over the creative reins from Tinker Hatfield, the mid-top is distinguished by its detachable magnetic shroud, rendered on this pair in grey suede. the Air Jordan 16 features a White leather base with Grey suede overlays and breathable mesh underneath. Highlighting the shoe are Cherrywood contrasting accents to complete the design.
Shop Jordans 2020, The Air Jordan 7 Retro Citrus 2023 features a Black Durabuck upper, with citrus and red highlights on the sole. It also features citrus threading all around the shoe and a citrus-colored Jumpman logo on the outer side of the upper ankle. Similar to the original, the shoe features a Black nubuck upper with Citrus and Variety Red contrasting accents. Details include a Black nubuck upper contrasted by the Citrus and Variety Red hits found throughout. Orange and crimson reappear on the black foam midsole with encapsulated Air-sole cushioning.
New Jordans Retro, The Air Jordan 7 Retro “Cardinal” brings back one of the original colorways of the AJ7, first released back in 1992. A white tumbled leather upper showcases perforated detailing across the shoe for ventilation, and a sock-like Huarache interior for a snug fit. Furthering the aforementioned darkened scheme throughout its tread and in seldom fashion above at its tongue branding, the iconic quartet of tones is repackaged for the next generation with its retro 23 logo affixed to the heel in tandem with signature Air cushioning. Enhanced with hidden Air-sole cushioning, the navy-colored Phylon midsole features angular Cardinal red accents that give the shoe its name.

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