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Air Jordan Retro Holiday 2021 To Include A Number Of Brand New Colorways Of AJ1s, AJ4s, And More

Summer has barely started and we’re already catching glimpses of Jordan Brand’s Holiday 2021 calendar. According to @zsneakerheadz, a lot more has been added to the season, including Air Jordan 1s, Air Jordan 4s, and much, much more.

Starting us off is none other than the Air Jordan 1, whose upcoming releases deal out a strong variety. We’ll see the silhouette pair together a number of hand-crafted panels, dress up in a deep “Bordeaux,” and close us out with a women’s exclusive “Atmosphere” scheme. What’s more, the icon will soon change its materials, adding GORE-TEX to the mix for some needed weatherproofing. Dubbed the Air Jordan 1 Element, this variant will see two colorways, both retailing at $200 USD.

What’s more, the Air Jordan 13 and Air Jordan 3 will join the fray, clad in swatches of “Barely Green” and camo, respectively. The Air Jordan 4 follows closely behind, nodding to the beloved children’s series “Where The Wild Things Are.” The 4s will also come in a “Red Thunder,” equipped with a matching hangtag and an October release date. The adjacent Air Jordan 7 boasts a similar black and red scheme though in homage to the Raptors.

Surprisingly, the Air Jordan 14 Low will debut a women’s exclusive, one toting a “Shocking Pink” throughout its midsole and upper. The Jordan 5 complements in “Blue Bird,” dropping this December for the female audience as well. Reflective tongues and see-through eye stays will complete this pair come drop.

The Summer-ready offerings continue with the Air Jordan 5 Low whose black-dyed upper is to feature some gilded accents along the tongue, midsole teeth, and more. Air Jordan 6 Lows, then, bring some similar bright yellow accents, though this time with a “Day of the Dead’ context.

For a look at all that and much, much more, scroll below to see a preview of what to expect from this year’s Holiday 2021 line-up.

Jordan Brand Holiday 2021