The story of flight in the Air Jordan line will be told through several iterations of retros throughout the remainder of the year. In September, a camo-printed Air Jordan 5 will make its retail debut, inspired by the model’s fighter jet design origin. Joining it will be a similar make-up of the Air Jordan 1 High.
We’re currently in the midst of Jordan Brand celebrating the 30th anniversary of the Air Jordan 1, and the Nike offshoot has big things planned past the end of this year. Announcing in a press release today, Jordan has many retro sneakers planned for Spring 2016, and they pay homage to critical junctures in Michael Jordan’s history.