Nike Releases 3 Pairs of New Air Jordans

Nike rolled out three brand new pairs of Air Jordans on Saturday, and you just have to check out these sleek new kicks.

Rejoice, sneaker heads. Nike and the Jordan Brand have dropped three brand new pairs of Air Jordans that you might want to take a long look at.

On Saturday, Nike officially dropped three pairs of new kicks, with the biggest releasing being the new Air Jordan XXXI “Banned” sneakers. The shoes are inspired by the original pair of Jordans with the classic red and black color scheme while featuring an unprecedented combination of Flyweave and synthetic leather for a lightweight shoe.

The shoes are definitely fit for on-court action while also showcasing some incredible aesthetics. Here are a couple of pictures of the new Air Jordan XXXIs.

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The Air Jordan XIIIs are sharp, but they’re not the only kicks that Nike is dropping on Saturday. The next pair of sneakers coming out of the “Banned” line are some sick throwbacks to the original Air Jordan 1s. The Air Jordan 1 Retro High OGs are an updated version of the iconic 1985 sneakers, featuring the classic leather and colors that made the shoe become a cultural phenomenon.

The shoes start at $120 on Nike’s official website, but you can check them out in the photos below.

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The last pair of new Air Jordans in the “Banned” series are Air Jordan Trainer 1 Lows. For those not looking for a basketball shoe or classic look, the Trainer 1s are specifically designed for those looking for a sleek workout shoe. With Woven Flyweave and dynamic cushioning, they look like a great shoe to rock at the gym.

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For all of those sneaker heads out there, be sure to check out Nike’s website on Saturday if you’re looking to grab any of these fresh new kicks.

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