Jordan Brand Officially Unveils The New Air Jordan XXX1s 2016
The New Jordans 2016 sneaker commemorates Michael Jordan's seminal partnership with Nike. The first contract Michael Jordan ever signed with Nike went into effect on October 24, 1984- before Jordan donned a Chicago Bulls jersey. Constructed with a premium black leather, the Air Jordan 31 "Fine Print" comes in a woven Flyweave upper with both a gradient Nike Swoosh and white Jumpman branding. The Jordan brand delivers an iconic finishing touch with Michael Jordan's signature printed on the outsole. The original Nike contract is reflected in the gradient white-black color scheme with hints of Wolf Grey.
2016 Jordans For Sale, Like the Air Jordan I, the XXXI will be unleashed with a "Banned" colorway. This colorway holds a special place in sneakerheads' hearts, and the sole of the XXXI reflects that notion, using the "Banned" text itself to bring attention to the kicks while they're in flight. Jordan Brand has officially unveiled the next addition to Michael Jordan's signature line, the Air Jordan 31. The sneaker draws on inspiration from the original Air Jordan 1, specifically the "Banned" Air Jordan 1 colorway from 1985. The kicks feature a lot of elements of the original Air Jordan, including a leather upper, and the inclusion of both a Jumpman and Nike Swoosh. Additionally, the Air Jordan 31 consists of flyweave on the upper, responsive full-length Zoom Air cushioning and FlightSpeed technology. The AJ XXXI is being billed as Jordan Brand's greatest performance sneaker to date, which will be worn by Russell Westbrook in the upcoming season.
While in Asia, Russell Westbrook has debuted a couple of Cheap Jordans 2016 sneakers that has been generating some buzz around the sneaker community. Whether it be an Air Jordan XXXI PE or a rumored Westbrook signature shoe, we find it genius if this is a secret Jordan Brand marketing tactic. Until now. With the Air Jordan XXX1 for sale online, the Swoosh returns to the flagship Air Jordan for the first time in over 30 years. It's a nod to the beginnings of both Air Jordan and Michael Jordan's NBA career, something of a new start after 30 previous models. It's proof that old can become new again, a fresh take of a classic style—and that while Jordan himself might be retired from the game of basketball, he's still very much involved in the creation of his signature shoe.