Although we’ve still got the holiday season’s wide offering of Jordan releases to look forward to, early info on the Jumpman’s 2020 slate has begun to surface, and there’s a solid selection of new takes on beloved retro models that are sure to appease even the most finicky JB fan. The Air Jordan 3 will receive a “UNC” makeup in March that’s similar to the infamous football PEs that got the Tar Heel football squad in trouble last year, sans the embroidered NC logo on the tongue. After that, we’re looking ahead to July with four fresh makeups. First up is an Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG “Neutral Grey” that’ll likely feature a subtle palette, something that always works well on the high-cut classic. Then, there’s the Air Jordan 13“Lucky Green,” a white/black/green colorway that may very well be a callout to Ray Allen‘s famous, ultra-rare AJ13 PEs. The Air Jordan 12 will see a striking “University Gold” style, and last but not least the Air Jordan 14 “Hyper Royal” will keep things all the way sporty with a Rip Hamilton-esque color scheme. Check out all five pairs below, and please note that they’re all mockups — save for the UNC, of which the PE edition is pictured — so the final release versions may be vastly different. When you’re done, be sure to head over to our Jordan Release Dates page to see what else Jordan Brand has on the way over the coming months.
Air Jordan 4 “Metallic Orange”Read More: Air Jordan 4 Metallic OrangeRelease Date: May 20th, 2020 $190
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