Restocks are becoming increasingly prevalent these days, and the next model to be restocked will be the Air Jordan 13 Retro "He Got Game." As of yet, no official date has been given, however the Nike Store has confirmed that the resupply will take place this week.
The Air Jordan 13 was released in 1995 and is one of the most popular models of all time, with over 700,000 pairs being sold worldwide. The release of the retro version was very successful, with orders exceeding production capacity by more than 50%, causing another delay to the release of the shoe.
The Air Jordan 13 features a black and red color scheme with white accents, and an orange rubber outsole. Over 100 different pairs of the Air Jordan 13 were created, with many celebrities wearing them including Kobe Bryant, Michael Jordan, and Scottie Pippen.
In 2017, Nike announced that they would be releasing a new collection of Air Jordans later in the year, and now it appears that they will be releasing another iteration of the shoe in 2018. No other information about the release is known at this time.
Michael Jordan donned the 6 on his way to his first NBA title in 1991, when it was initially introduced. The shoe was retroed for the first time in 2000, with new colours and Jumpman emblems replacing the original "Nike Air" branding. It returned in its current form in 2009.
The Jordan 6 has been consistently ranked as one of the best basketball shoes of all time by various publications. It is known for its low-top design, which is popular among players and coaches who prefer not to wear socks. The shoe also gained notoriety for its advertising campaign that featured Michael Jordan wearing the shoe in a series of commercials directed by David Fincher.
The shoe has been available in several colour combinations over its lifetime, including black/white, blue/black, red/black and grey/black. A white version was also released in 2000.
A total of eight models of the Jordan 6 have been released throughout its existence, with the latest being the MJ1, which was announced in 2009. The shoe continues to be produced today, with minor changes made to the design each year.
The average lifespan of a sports car is about 5 years. The Jordan 6 has been available for almost 20 years now, so we can estimate that it will become obsolete around 2020 or 2021.
Dates for the release of Air Jordans: May 2020
Date of Release for the Air Jordan 11 Gym Red Look for the Air Jordan 11 "Gym Red" to hit select Jordan Brand shops and Nike.com on December 9th, 2017. The suggested retail price is $220 USD.
The release of the 11 GYM RED comes at a time when many people may be looking to purchase Christmas gifts for their kids or friends who play basketball. Or perhaps you have your eye on a new pair of shoes yourself! In any case, we expect these to sell out fast so make sure to check back with us later this month if you're looking to get a pair.
Air Jordan 11 Gym Red - Available in the colors Black/Varsity Red-White/True Blue-Laser Green/Gym Red-Description: The Air Jordan 11 was originally introduced in 1989 and has been released in a variety of styles over the years. The Gym Red version features Varsity Red, true blue, laser green, and black color combinations built around a white midsole and red rubber sole. This style is considered one of the first Air Jordans and continues to be popular today. The shoe features an ice cream sandwich construction with the original having a full leather upper added later in the year. Over time, many variations have been released including a high-top option in 1995.
The first Air Jordan sneakers were designed expressly for Michael Jordan and launched to the public on April 1, 1985. Nike Air Jordan.
|The silhouette of Michael Jordan served as inspiration to create the “Jumpman” logo.|
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Jordan wore the 14s in only three games. He started Game 2 with a black and red pair of player-exclusive low-top 13s (never available at retail) before switching back to the conventional mid-top version of the shoe at halftime. The third game he played in them was in Portland, where he had several injuries that forced him to sit out most of the fourth quarter.
These are now one of basketball's most famous shoes - or not - depending on who you ask. But no matter what, nobody can deny that they were a huge part of Michael Jordan's career.