Jordan Brand Unveils Their 2020 Summer Collection

Jordan Brand unveiled their 2020 Summer Collection which included two classic colorways in the Air Jordan 5 “Fire Red” and the Jordan 13 “Flint”. There are also some fresh new colorways like the Air Jordan 1 High OG “Court Purple,” the Air Jordan 4 “Metallic Pack,” the Air Jordan 5 “Top 3,” the Air Jordan 7 “Hare 2.0,” and the Air Jordan 11 Low “Concord/Bred.” There are also women’s exclusives like the Air Jordan 1 High WMNS “Tie-Dye,” the Air Jordan 4 WMNS “Rasta,” and the Air Jordan 11 Low WMNS “Concord.” Check whats coming out below.

 

Air Jordan 5 “Fire Red”

Celebrating the 30th anniversary of its release, the Air Jordan V Retro returns in its original Fire Red colorway. This latest rendition, which includes an iced-out blue rubber outsole, stays true to the 1990 OG details with the iconic reflective silver tongue and red Jumpman and Nike Air branding.

 

Air Jordan 5 “Top 3”

Paying tribute to the 30th anniversary of the Air Jordan V, this summer launch celebrates the legendary silhouette by combining its three most iconic colorways: Fire Red, Metallic and Grape.

 

Air Jordan 1 High OG “Court Purple”

An alternate version of Jordan Brand’s 2018 Purple Toe colorway on the timeless Air Jordan I HI OG silhouette, this summer offering comes with a white toe box and purple forefoot overlays for a clean and classic look.

 

Air Jordan 1 High WMNS “Tie-Dye”

For the first time a graphic will be used on the women’s Air Jordan I HI OG, employing a seasonal tie-dye.

 

Air Jordan 4 WMNS “Rasta”

The shoe, a seasonal take on the Air Jordan IV, is designed to celebrate hope and inspire peace, love and harmony. It employs a white tumbled leather upper with an OG cement-like execution on the midfoot, toe and heel tab. Pops of red, green and yellow are featured throughout the netting, tongue and Air bag.

 

Air Jordan 4 “Metallic Pack”

The Air Jordan IV gets an all-white reset with subtle pops of color and metallic silver detailing throughout each of the four colorways: Court Purple, University Red, Pine Green and Team Orange.

 

Air Jordan 7 “Hare 2.0”

This fresh take on the Air Jordan VII employs a mix of vibrant colors on a light gray upper, and also includes the numbers 130014-100, referencing the style code of the original 1991 colorway.

 

Air Jordan 11 Low WMNS “Concord”

This Air Jordan XI Low is a new flip on one of the original sketches of the formidable Air Jordan XI Concord.

 

Air Jordan 11 Low Concord/Bred

Combining the beloved Concord and Black/Red colorways, this updated colorway blends two legendary looks of the Air Jordan XI lineage for the first time.

 

Air Jordan 13 “Flint”

Adhering to the original specs from 1998, the beloved classic is highlighted by using original reflective mesh on the upper, original Flint Grey wrapped midsole, mudguard and heel, and mesh overlays.

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