Jordan Brand has finally announced its Summer 2023 Air Jordan retro collection, giving sneakerheads sense of excitement for new heat to add to their rotations during the sunny season. In the coming months we’re going to see the Jumpman team deliver 19 styles in total which ranges from a plethora of modernized twists on classic silhouettes and retro reissues that span across the men’s women’s and kids categories.
Leading the way for the new assemblage is the Air Jordan 1. In terms of Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG renditions we’re going to see a “Lucky Green” makeup that’s inspired by the famed AJ 1 “Celtics” from 2009’s DMP collection hit the shelves alongside fresh takes like the “Washed Black,” “Atmosphere” and a “Craft” version. The Air Jordan 1 Low OG is also slated to drop in new “Black Cement” and “White/Coconut Milk” motifs.
The Air Jordan 2 is being highlighted in three new styles. The traditional mid-cut model has been updated with a crispy clean “White/Cement” grey color scheme while its low-slung counterpart is set to arrive in new “Cherrywood” and “Seersucker” get-ups. The Tinker Hatfield-designed Air Jordan 3 celebrates its 35th anniversary and will show face in a St. Patrick’s Day-friendly “Lucky Green” fit and a “True Blue/Copper” palette, the latter of which nods to Jordan’s short stint playing with the Washington Wizards. Air Jordan 4 fans may also rejoice as the signature style’s “Thunder” colorway is gearing up for a comeback.
Jordan Brand also flexes its Air Jordan 5 here with the “Craft” treatment along with an Air Jordan 6 that adopts the “Toro Bravo” presentation from the Air Jordan 5. A “White Infrared” concept touches down on the Air Jordan 7 while the Air Jordan 11 Low gets reworked with “Cement Grey” and “Yellow Snakeskin” elements. Rounding off the collection is the Air Jordan 13 “Black Flint” proposition along with the Air Jordan 14 “Laney” that’s inspired by the six-time champion’s high school.
Check out all 19 new offerings in the gallery above, and note that the collection will start rolling out in April 2023. Sneaker leakers have started to reveal release dates for several of these pairs (the Air Jordan 1 High “Lucky Green” is reportedly dropping on April 15, 2023) but Jordan Brand hasn’t made any official announcements just yet.
While you’re waiting to add these to your summer rotations, note that the Air Jordan 4 “Bred Reimagined” is rumored to launch in March 2024.