Neymar Retro 5 Low. These were released on June 3rd and they sold out at most stores. Neymar is a famous soccer player with unbelievable skill. He's a big Jordan fan, and vice versa. Watch some of Neymar's highlights here. There's the #23 on one shoe and the #10 on the other shoe (since that's Neymar's number). The silver upper is entirely reflective as you can see in our video and the shoes come in a special infrared box. You can order a pair on our SHOES page.
IN STOCK: Retro 7 'Tinker Alternate'. We are almost sold out of the Retro 7. They won't release in stores until August 6th. Order from us soon and you should receive them by this Saturday or Monday. It's nicknamed 'Tinker Alternate' because Tinker Hatfield was the designer. This is the alternate design he originally wanted MJ to wear in the 1992 Olympics. Order here.
Air Jordan XXX1. The Air Jordan XXX1 was revealed Wednesday night in fabulous Las Vegas. It's heavily influenced by the 'Banned' AJ 1 and it's releasing in stores on Sept. 3rd. They even lowered the MSRP to $185. (Last year the XXX retailed for $200 and the year before that the XX9 retailed for $225). A USA Olympic color will be releasing on Aug. 10th for $185.
Retro 12 Ovo? Drake's Retro 12 OVO is going to be hard to get. (People thought the RD was July 30, but the release date hasn't been confirmed yet and we don't know when it's actually releasing). Watch out for fake, knockoff pairs being sold online. We've seen fake pairs of the OVO selling for around $200. Don't fall for the scam and don't order shoes from an App. (We don't have an App). Check back with this page for updates on its release.
August: Retro 11 Low (Gold). Finally. It turns out the white & gold XI Low will be releasing at the end of August to coincide with the closing ceremonies of the Olympics. (Scroll down to see the exact date). MSRP $170. Men's and grade school sizes will be available.
Hey man, put some Chutney on that. Remember this one from 1998? Retro 13 Low. A lot of people didn't like the color back then, but the Jordan Brand plans to release it again in December. Almost 19 years after the original debut.
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Disclaimer: The dates are for retail stores in the US, not for our website. The dates can change. Sometimes they're wrong.
Retro 11 'SPACE JAM'. The 'Space Jam' Retro 11 will be releasing in December and it will have #45 on the heel. Why? Because when MJ first wore the shoes on the court in 1995 he wore the #45 Bulls jersey for a brief period, so Nike made the shoes with the #45 on the heel. 'Nike Air' branding will also be on the insoles.
Fake App. Beware of Apps that are being advertised on Instagram & Facebook. It's a scam to trick you into buying fake, knockoff shoes and to steal your personal info from your phone. (We don't have an app). We only sell shoes on our Shoes page. No where else. Remember, if something looks too good to be true, it always is. Click here to report a fake ad you saw on Facebook or Instagram.
Video: MJ's former house. MJ's house in the north suburbs of Chicago is still for sale. Even though real estate experts say that it's overpriced for the area (asking price is around $15 million), if I won the lottery I'd buy it. Here's a detailed YouTube video of the house that has it's own basketball gym, 9 bedrooms, 19 bathrooms, a cigar room, and more. (Scottie Pippen lived in a house just a couple minutes away).
How to spot FAKE Jordans online. A lot of Jordans sold online are fake or knockoffs. You can usually tell within seconds if a shoe is fake. The first red flag is the selection. If a website or app appears to have EVERY Jordan shoe available in a variety of colors & sizes then you know something is fishy. No legit seller is going to have that many authentic pairs. The second red flag is the price. Some of the scam artists have gotten smart and actually raised their prices to trick you into thinking their shoes are real. If you find a non-retail website selling hard-to-find Jordans for around MSRP then they are likely FAKE. Always be suspicious. If you see the package was shipped from China it's very likely the shoes are fake. If you have any doubts don't buy.
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