2015 looks to be a great year for Jordan Brand. After the reports of a price increase of 10%, Jordan has vowed to bring back better quality shoes. Even though this should’ve been their motive from the get-go, this is definitely bittersweet as we’ve seen such a decline in quality but now his kicks will cost an arm and both legs.
Earlier this week, we have heard that many classics will make its return to retail. First off with the Air Jordan IV, we get two colorways that haven’t been retroed: the “Oreo” and “Columbia”. We’re also expected to see both the “French Blue” and “Hare” colorway in the Jordan VII model. We may even receive the Air Jordan X in the Chicago colorway with his comeback number 45 on the side.
The newest pair of kicks added to Jordan’s 30 year anniversary will be the “Teal” Air Jordan IV. This is a new and unoriginal colorway. The photos that have been released look to commit to the promise of having better material and quality. These will feature a mixture of teal and turquoise. The side and tongue netting will feature the turquoise as well as the eyelets and Jumpman logo. We probably won’t be the first to say the black and white accents are executed perfectly to balance the shoes.
This colorway will definitely make us eager to see them in person. From the first impression, these will be on many people’s wish list. Stay tuned with us here at Kicksologists and we’ll continue to update you with everything Jordan Brand will offer in 2015 and much more sneaker news.