2023 A Ma Maniére x Air Jordan 5 Basketball Shoes
Latest Nike Jordan Sneakers, Sole Retriever reports that two A Ma Maniére x Air Jordan 5 collabs are reportedly in the works and are scheduled to launch this holiday season. There are no leaked images of the purported collab at the time of writing, but the mockup depiction from the leaker account suggests the color schemes will follow a formula to that seen on previous A Ma Maniére x Air Jordan collabs. One is expected to don a sail-based makeup, while the other pair will come in black. Both versions are expected to feature burgundy accents throughout. The light bone, black, burgundy crush, and pale ivory iteration sports a bone-based upper with black, burgundy, and ivory accents. Expect both pairs to feature 3M reflective detailing on the tongue and dual branding.
Shop Jordans 2020 is experimenting with various materials and colors on numerous retro silhouettes throughout 2023. Known as the “Craft” Series, this unique collection of footwear kicks off in February with an Air Jordan 4 Retro. Dressed in a Celadon, Sky J Light Olive, Bright Mandarin, Coconut Milk, and Pale Ivory color scheme. Overall, the silhouette is reportedly draped in a slate green hue with a sheen across its majority while hits of olive and Bright Mandarin are applied throughout. While the sneaker is set to feature a bluish green-based design, olive and orange will most likely act as the accent colors. A mix of Coconut Milk and Pale Ivory on the rubber sole completes the design.
New Jordans Retro, Step back to 1988 with one of the most coveted sneaker colorways of all time. The AJ3 “White Cement Reimagined” honors 35 years with an aged aesthetic that redefines timeless. Dressed in a Summit White, Fire Red, Black, and Cement Grey color scheme. The upper combines white leather with overlays on the heel and toe in the trademark elephant print that designer Tinker Hatfield introduced, with Varsity Red pops on the tongue’s Jumpman branding and the lace loops. this version of the shoe will feature a vintage look, including an overall shape more aligned with the original, pre-yellowed areas, “Nike Air” branding on the heels, and OG-style packaging.