Jordan Brand Presents Summer 2021 Retro Collection
Four fresh Air Jordan 1s, the revival of beloved styles like the Air Jordan 7 “Flint” and Air Jordan 11 Low “Citrus” plus much more.
Jordan Brand has officially revealed its Summer 2021 Air Jordan retro collection. Made up of a dozen styles in total, the seasonal assemblage is centered around fresh takes on beloved silhouettes, long-awaited retro bringbacks, extended sizing of women’s models and much more.
Leading things off are a four-pack of Air Jordan 1s, two for men and two for women. The first of these is the Air Jordan 1 “Hyper Royal,” a makeup equipped with distressed suede that’s drawn comparisons to the popular Air Jordan 1 “Turbo Green” from 2019. Next is the Air Jordan 1 “Shadow 2.0,” a flipped take on the OG Air Jordan 1 “Shadow.” On the women’s end, there’s the Air Jordan 1 “Court Purple” — a modified iteration of the 1985 OG Air Jordan 1 “Metallic Purple” that boasts a satin collar lining — and the vibrant Air Jordan 1 “Light Fusion Red.”
After the AJ1s come a quartet of late ’80s-early ’90s Jumpman models: the Air Jordan 3, Air Jordan 4, Air Jordan 6 and Air Jordan 7. The first of these is the Air Jordan 3 “Rust Pink,” an elephant print-equipped style that draws some parallels to Aleali May‘s popular Air Jordan 6 “Rust Pink” from 2019. Next is the Air Jordan 4 “Tech Grey,” complete with recognizable cement print and new-age red accents. The Air Jordan 6 “Electric Green” gives off a look similar to a famous Oregon Ducks Air Jordan 6 PE, and the Air Jordan 7 “Flint” returns in all its white, gray and purple glory for the first time since 2006.
Lastly, there’s two low-cut takes on the Air Jordan 11, a low-top Air Jordan 12 and a new Air Jordan 13. The Air Jordan 11 Low “Citrus” is back for the first time since 2015 with summer-ready orange accents and the Air Jordan 11 Low “Legend Blue” serves cool style, chopping the top off the Air Jordan 11 “Legend Blue” for a new take on a familiar silhouette. The Air Jordan 12 Low “Easter” largely follows the blueprint laid out by the aforementioned “Legend Blue,” and the Air Jordan 13 “Red Flint” completes the offerings with a flipped take on the classic Air Jordan 13 “Flint.”
The rollout of Jordan Brand’s Summer 2021 retro collection will begin on April 4 with the release of the Air Jordan 12 Low “Easter.” You can expect the other 11 styles to make their way to Nike SNKRS and retailers like Foot Locker over the course of the forthcoming summer months.
For more upcoming kicks from the Jumpman, take a look at the Travis Scott x fragment design x Air Jordan 1 “Cactus Jack Royal.”