An Early Look at the Air Jordan 9 "Fire Red"

The classic Jordan Brand colorway hits the Air Jordan 9 for the first time.

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Amongst the clamoring of popular Jordan Brand silhouettes, the Air Jordan 9 has remained a lowkey option in the brand’s rotation of offerings. Now, it takes on the iconic “Fire Red” colorway that has previously graced the likes of the Air Jordan 3, Air Jordan 4, Air Jordan 5 and additional Swoosh styles.

This time, “Fire Red” hits the Air Jordan 9 with a fresh take on the well-known colorway. Opting to emphasize gray on the patent leather overlays, midsole and trim, the color palette utilizes red as an accent color at the branding, heel tab and lace system. White rounds out the color selection with its inclusion at the tongue, leather upper and outsole. Branding details remain standard to the Air Jordan 9 with an embroidered “23” at the heel, “AIR JORDAN” text on the tongue and Jumpman logos found throughout.

While we await Jordan Brand to share official imagery and details, release is expected to take place on November 5 for $200 USD via Nike and select retailers.

Elsewhere in the world of footwear, J Balvin rocked his friends and family exclusive Air Jordan 2 when closing out Pharrell’s Something in the Water festival last weekend.

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