After a first look at the Air Jordan 3 “Quai 54” emerged, Jordan Brand has now revealed its full collection of footwear and apparel for Fall/Winter 2018. The collection ranges from new takes on the Air Jordan 1 to a new collaborative release with Russell Westbrook, as well as the International Flight capsule and Don C’s Jordan Legacy 312.
The Don C sneaker fuses elements of three different silhouettes, with details of the Air Jordan I, Air Jordan III and
Back to School Collection
Jordan’s Back to School capsule celebrates the alma maters of three Jordan ambassadors. Russell Westbrook takes on the Air Jordan X for a colorway inspired by Leuzinger High School in California, while Chris Paul wraps the Air Jordan XII in an “Olive” colorway in tribute to West Forsyth High School and Carmelo Anthony gives the Air Jordan XIII a black, red and gold colorway as a nod to Oak Hill Academy.
International Flight Collection
As well as a Japanese-inspired Air Jordan XII and the white, blue and red Air Jordan III, the International Flight pack also sees the Air Jordan V given a colorway inspired by a game Michael Jordan played in Barcelona. The 1990 game saw Jordan score 37 points, and features “Racer Blue,” “Sail” and “Cone,” as well as touches inspired by Barcelona street art.
Russell Westbrook Capsule
The latest collaborative collection from Russell Westbrook includes two new shoes and accompanying apparel. In terms of footwear, the Russell Westbrook 0.3 is his third off-court shoe and celebrates how the Air Jordan I was taken up by 1980s skateboard culture, while the Jordan Why Not Zero.1 is a low version of his first on-court signature shoe.
Air Jordan XIII & Air Jordan III Quai 54
The last two sneakers in the Fall 2018 release see the Air Jordan XIII wrapped in a “White/Black/True Red” colorway, while the Air Jordan III is given a new colorway to celebrate the Quai 54 tournament. With a black upper and faces of “Electric Green” and “Infrared,” the Air Jordan III is inspired by Paris fashion and street culture.