Releasing at the end of this month is the Air Jordan 10 Powder Blue. Due to drop on 2/22, the “Powder Blue” Air Jordan 10 closes out a month of high-profile releases that include two Infrared Air Jordan 6 Retros, the entire All-Star Pack from Nike, the wider launch of the Kobe 9 Elite, and more. This OG bringback is shaping up to be a true gem in a sea of incredible sneaker drops, so let us know if these are a must have for you and stay tuned to Sneaker News for updates.
Air Jordan 10 Retro Dark Powder Blue
The Air Jordan 10 “Dark Powder Blue” have been officially announced by Jordan Brand to debut on February 22nd, 2014. Today, we take a look at the anticipated classic Air Jordan 10 Retro that features a White leather base with Black and Dark Powder Blue accents. Peep out these new photos below and let us know what you think in the comment, they worth copping?
Air Jordan 2 Infrared/Speckle
Air Jordan 2 Retro
Style Code: 385475-023
Release Date: 04/12/14
The pair of Air Jordan 2s definitely borrows some elements from other entries into Michael Jordan’s signature line, but that doesn’t mean that it’s of the Elements Collection. Consider that all the Jordans of that sort that we’ve seen to date do their borrowing to a much greater degree, meaning that this can’t be an Air Jordan 2 Lab pair. Continue reading to see the rest of the images for the upcoming Air Jordan 2 “Infrared/Speckle” and remember that they’ll be at New Jordans 2014 accounts starting on April 12th, 2014.
The Air Jordan 2 is coming back for 2014. It’s been a while since we were treated to this pair of Jordans, in fact they haven’t been around since the whole Twitter Link Only/Twitter RSVP era started. This upcoming release, the Air Jordan 2 Infrared/Speckle will be the first to test out whether or not MJ’s second can sell out just as quick as the rest of them in 2014. Of course if you don’t want to wait all the way till April, there are other avenues of obtaining them.
Air Jordan 1 Retro 94 Powder Blue
Air Jordan 1 Retro 94
Color: White/Black-Dark Powder Blue
Style Code: 631733-106
Release Date: 02/08/14
Continuing the “Dark Powder Blue” trend is the Air Jordan 1 Retro ’94 in this brand new colorway inspired by the Air Jordan X original. Unlike the other two Jordan releases of the same model, this one is inspired by one of the earliest colorways of the Air Jordan line, but not the one you think; “Powder Blue” originated in UNC-inspired Air Jordan IX, and the Air Jordan X only followed the next year. These will release on February 8th for $130, so check out the additional photos below and stay tuned to 2014Sneakers.com for more.
The Air Jordan 10 Powder Blue releases in February and, as has been the trend lately, a similarly styled AJ1 will hit retail around that time. And here it is: The Air Jordan 1 Retro 94 Powder Blue release date is set for Saturday, February 8. Not just borrowing the AJ10 Powder Blue’s palette, but assimiliating signature details of the model itself, the shoe’s white leather upper is contrasted by inset black tumbled leather at the collar and around tongue-area, while the checkered inner-lining mixes black and blue. Finally, beneath a black midsole, the translucent blue outsole offers a window into alternate black and white stripes.
Air Jordan 3 Retro Infrared 23
Air Jordan 3 “Infrared 23″
Color: White/Cement Grey-Infrared 23-Black
Style Code: 136064-123
Release Date: 03/08/14
Gone are the days when coveted models like the Air Jordan 3 would go on hiatus for a couple of years in between retro runs. That’s right, this pair of Jordans is back again for 2014. Following the January “Powder Blue” release will be this pair, that which was mistakenly identified as a “Katrina” release by a handful of eager sneaker fans across the internet. Interesting to note is that the shoes make use of the wolf grey shade rather than the slightly more classically oriented cemented grey originally attached to them. Continue reading to get more images and then tell us in the comments if this pair is on your radar.
While the Air Jordan 3 Powder Blue released this weekend, the elephant printed upper isn’t done just yet for 2014 – especially in regards to new colorways like this Air Jordan 3 “Infrared 23″. Set to release on March 8th, 2014, the shoe was announced amidst some controversy after initial color information led to people guessing that the Air Jordan 3 “Katrina” would see its first ever general release. Instead, what we get is a clever reference to the infamous Air Jordan 6 colorway in a subtle way that sees sparse details of the bright red on the eyelets sole while a dark elephant print holds down a predominantly clean white upper. You can see more images after the click, and let us know if you plan on grabbing a pair New Jordans 2014 come March.
Jordan 6 Rings
Color: Black/Venom Green-White-Cement Grey
Style Code: 322992-033
Release Date: 03/22/14
Jordan 6 Rings Venom Green
The Jordan 6 Rings Venom Green will release on March 22nd, 2014. You’ll notice that the month of March will be a particularly packed one with respect to that specific shade, sort of in the same way that Gamma Blue was all over the place during the tail end of 2013. Stay with us after the break for a better look at this upcoming Jordan 6 Rings release and then tell us in the comments if you’ll be adding them to your Venom Green rotation when the time is right.
Jordan 6 Rings New Slate 2014
With all the ‘Bobcats’ attention going to this weekend’s Air Jordan X release (and to a lesser extent, its AJ1 Retro ’94 sidekick), this third pair in a similar palette has been fairly low-key. Perhaps it’s the generous portion of Elephant print on the mudguard of this new Jordan Six Rings that puts them into their own category, the first of a few ‘Elephant’ 6 Rings colorways to come in 2014. Take a closer look with more photos waiting below, let us know how this style compares to the decidedly greyer Tens and Ones also hitting stores on Saturday and grab your pair of these newest 6 Rings a little early from 2014sneakers.com.
Jordan 6 Rings
Color: Black/Atomic Orange-New Slate-Wolf Grey
Style Code: 322992-025
Release Date: 01/18/14
Air Jordan 10 Cool Grey/Infrared-Black
Air Jordan X
Color: Cool Grey/Infrared-Black
Style Code: 310805-023
Release Date: 01/25/14
This year’s return of the Air Jordan 10 “Steel” is one that will apparently set in motion a bigger range of retros for that specific silhouette. Shown here is a pair of the Air Jordan X that will be releasing on January 25th, 2014. The New Jordans 2014 sport a cool grey shade across the upper and some infrared accents lining the bottom – sort of a spin on the original “Shadow” colorway. Continue reading for a complete look at this brand new Air Jordan 10 Cool Grey and make sure you let us know in the comments if you’re excited at the prospect of even more pairs of MJ’s tenth coming our way in 2014.
Powder Blue 3s Air Jordan Retro
Is the Air Jordan 3 Retro an annual thing now? In just two weekend, Jordan Brand will bring this popular silhouette back in a brand new Powder Blue colorway, making use of a color palette inspired by an OG colorway of the Air Jordan 9. The Air Jordan 3 Powder Blue, seen here in GS sizes, is likely to be a top pick of the month rife with new Retro colorways, but will it hold its own against others from the past? These will be available for $170 on January 18th so check out additional photos below and keep it locked in on 2014Sneakers.com for all your Jordan Release Dates and info.
Air Jordan 3Lab5 Thunder
Have you had a chance to take the last exit New Jordan 2014 Air Jordan 3Lab5 “23 Infrared”? The Air Jordan 5 and Air Jordan 3 mash-up certainly caused quite a stir in the sneaker community, and if you thought printed cement top was worthy of the latest version of 2013 or not, or not, you definitely have an opinion on the pair. example is customizer OG Kream, who thought that the black upper sinister was perfect to bring some Air Jordan IV in the mixture with the creation of “Thunder” his custom. Sometimes simplicity is the key to the customs as this pair perfectly underlines replacing 23 infrared sections with a vibrant yellow to mimic the fan favorite Air Jordan 4 “Thunder” do. another look at this custom creation Air Jordan 3Lab5 continuing forward and let us know your thoughts in the comments.
Air Jordan 1 Mid For Spring 2014
Did you miss out on the Air Jordan 1 Bred this past weekend? Don’t worry, you’re one of a whole lot of sneakerheads who did. The good news is that’s not the only black and red Jordan 1 currently out there. Also up for grabs is this pair, which is part of a Spring New Jordans 2014 delivery that’s got a couple more less-OG flavors waiting in the wings. Continue reading for detailed images on this pair as well as the slate/powder blue and the wolf grey/atomic orange and then pick any of them up today at NewJordans-2014.com.