The collection is comprised of the Air Jordan 12 Retro and Air Jordan 4 Retro, along with two court-ready options such as the Air Jordan 33 SE and the Jumpman Diamond Mid. Each silhouette has been dressed in an array of flags from participating countries as well as with Michael Jordan’s mantra, “For the Love of the Game.” The Jordan 4 was chosen to be part of the lineup as the silhouette celebrates its 30th anniversary this year. As for the Jordan 12, it was the first Jordan game sneaker to release in Greater China.
The Jordan Jumpman Diamond, Air Jordan XXXIII SE and Air Jordan XII follow a color scheme of white, gold and black while the Air Jordan IV is dressed in a crimson hue with contrasting blue hits.
Each sneaker has a different release date which can be found below. Look for the sneakers to drop at select Nike retailers.
Jordan FIBA 2019 Collection
Jumpman Diamond – August 8
Air Jordan 33 SE – August 23
Air Jordan 12 – August 24
Air Jordan 4 – September 1
The FIBA World Cup kicks off at the end of the month on August 31.
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