15 years after MJ's (third and final) retirement, Jordans 2017
will be bringing back the Air Jordan 18, designed by Tate Kuerbis, a long-time Nike designer. The original came with a memorable and now iconic towel, so we're hoping that this will come with the same, or likely a commemorative 15th anniversary edition. The Air Jordan 18 "Sport Royal" was the last Air Jordan Retro shoe that Michael Jordan would wear in an NBA game. The 40-Year-Old Legend, Michael Jordan played in his final NBA game on April 16, 2003 in Philadelphia. Playing for the Washington Wizards and wearing the Air Jordan 18 (XVIII) in White/Metallic Silver-Sport Royal went to the bench with 4 minutes and 13 seconds remaining in the third quarter giving the fans one last wave expressing his gratitude towards them.New Jordans 2016
will be bringing back the Air Jordan 18, which was designed by long-time Nike designer Tate Kuerbis back in 2003. Its design was very unique and came with a clean laceless appearance, double stacked Nike Zoom Air, and carbon fiber Comfort Control Plate. Hopefully, the 2018 Retro will come with its iconic towel. The Air Jordan 18 "Sport Royal" is an OG colorway of the silhouette rocked during MJ's days with the Washington Wizards. It features a mostly white leather upper with Sport Royal and metallic silver detailing. The most distinguishing feature of the shoe has to be the shroud covering the laces that is buttoned at the top of the tongue, one of the more unique design aspects of any Jordan signature. Sport Royal can also be found on the shoe's midsole, outsole and interior, making for a clean, classic look.New Jordans 2018
drops their latest colorway of the Jordan Trunner LX High that comes in the popular Black and Metallic Gold color scheme. This release features an all-Black mesh and neoprene upper paired with a White foam midsole. Hits of elephant print leather panels cover the midfoot and heel panel, while Metallic Gold accents are spotted on the branding and outsole. Finishing off the sleek look is Gum rubber outsole.