'Brave Blue' Air Jordan 13 Reportedly Releasing in 2022

The Summer 2022 Air Jordan releases continue to pile up with a new-ish Air Jordan 13 colorway reportedly joining the lineup.

According to @zSneakerheadz and Sneaker Files, an Air Jordan 13 styled in “Navy/Black/White/University Blue” will release next year. Given that we are still months away from the shoe’s reported release date, exact images have yet to surface. However, the mock-up shared by the accounts shows color blocking similar to the “Brave Blue” Jordan 13 Low. It’s worth noting that the color description doesn’t exactly match the original low-top release though. The shoe is also expected to feature blue reflective mesh panels on the sides combined with leather and nubuck underlays in black.

As of now, this Air Jordan 13 colorway is slated to hit shelves in Summer 2022 for $200. Keep it locked to Sole Collector for updates.

UPDATE (12/26): First look at the “Navy” Air Jordan 13 Retro via zSneakerheadz.

Air Jordan 13 Retro
Release Date: Summer 2022
Color: Navy/Black/White/University Blue
Style #: N/A
Price: $200

Where To Buy The Air Jordan 13 Low “Singles Day”

Although Singles Day is a tradition typically observed in China, Jordan Brand is extending the festivities on a global scale with their upcoming Air Jordan 13 Low “Singles Day”. Thankfully, the design of the sneakers don’t exactly point to any specifics of bachelordom. Instead, this futuristic concept, which includes full glow-in-the-dark outsoles, a digital font on the upper, and a geometric pattern achieved by stitching, is one of the best releases of this holiday 2021 season.

The two preceding Singles Day Jordans – 2020’s Air Jordan 6 and 2019’s Air Jordan 4 – relied on an ornate floral tapestry; the former had it embroidered across its exterior, while the latter hid it under a wear-away red paint exterior. The 2021 Singles Day Jordans ditch that direction completely for one that is, quite honestly, a fitting tribute to the upcoming Matrix: Resurrections film.

See the official store list ahead and enter as many raffles as you can if you’re looking to cop at retail. The SNKRS Draw is also scheduled for November 11th, 2021.

Air Jordan 13 Low "Singles' Day"
Release Date: Nov 11th, 2021 (Thursday)
Color: Barely Green/Black
Mens: $200
Style Code: DM0803-300





Air Jordan 1 Low Golf Arrives in "Chicago" and Other New Colorways

Following the reveal of the Air Jordan 1 Low Golf “Wolf Grey” reminiscent of Kim Jones‘ Dior x Air Jordan 1 Low, Nike unveiled three new iterations of the silhouette.

Unlike the Air Jordan 1 Golf and the recently released Air Jordan 4 Golf “Brey,” the upcoming editions barely resemble golf shoes — which is precisely what Nike and Jordan Brand have set out to design, functional shoes that won’t go out of style. Extending the use of classic shades, the latest Air Jordan 1 Low Golf come dressed in the trademark “Chicago,” the classic all-white “Triple White,” and the popular “Shadow” coloway.

The Air Jordan 1 Low Golf “Chicago” features a white leather base with Varsity Red overlays, a revamped rubber outsole, and a Jumpman Golf tongue tag. Finishing the design are “Black” swooshes, laces, and lining. The Air Jordan 1 Low Golf “Shadow,” on the other hand, features a “Black” leather base, laces, and outsole. Further decorating the shoes are Swooshes, the toebox, and the heel counter dressed in gray.

Stay tuned for more on the Air Jordan 1 Low Golf in four different colorways, set to release during Spring 2022 at a retail price of $130 USD.

Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG “Dark Marina Blue” Expected January 15th, 2022

Easily one of 2022’s most anticipated offerings, the Air Jordan 1 “Dark Marina Blue” serves as the year’s “Royal 2.0.” Here, we take a detailed look at the colorway far ahead of its currently expected January 15th release date.

The titular blue stars atop the overlays, imparting a dark, saturated feel across the paneling’s tumbled exterior. Adjacent, the laces, outsole, and tongue label follow suit tonally, further contrasting the black neutrals used along the smooth leather base. White also appears — though in seldom — outfitting the midsole and the “Nike Air” logo.

Enjoy a detailed look at the pair here and sit tight as we await its January 15th release via Nike SNKRS and select retailers.

Air Jordan 1 "Dark Marina Blue"
Release Date: Feb 16th, 2022 (Wednesday)
Color: Dark Marina Blue/Black/White
Mens: $170
Style Code: 555088-404
Little Kids: $80
Style Code: AQ2664-404
Infant & Toddler: $60
Style Code: AQ2665-404

More Furry Fleece Lining Appears On The Air Jordan 1 Mid

If you can’t resist wearing your Air Jordan 1s in the winter-time, not to worry. The Jumpman brand has steadily focused on making its most popular sneaker ready for the colder climates, and while these don’t boast a full reconstruction like the Air Jordan 1 Acclimate, these slightly altered Mids will do just fine. Seen here in a fall-friendly mix of brown and beige tones in lifestyle-friendly leathers, this Air Jordan 1 Mid makes use of a hairy fleece interior lining that promises a much-needed added warmth for this time of year. Rope-style lacing adds a bit of a hiking/outdoor effect, but our favorite detail appears on the tongue as a diamond-etched pattern appears.

This Air Jordan 1 Mid is headed to Nike.com and partnering retailers soon (possibly in early 2022), so take a detailed look at the official images below. Into the brown AJ1 look? Check out the official images of the Air Jordan 1 “Archaeo Brown”.

Air Jordan 1 Mid
Release Date: 2022
Color: N/A
Mens: $130
Style Code: DO6699-200






This year, Jordan Brand will let off a run of Air Jordan 7’s to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the retro model. One of which will be a new colorway that is dubbed “Afrobeats.”

The new sneaker salutes the Afrobeats music genre that emerged from West Africa. According to HypeBeast, the new sneaker features a tan base and accented colors of the black, taxi, and dark concord.

The Air Jordan 7 “Afrobeats” is slated for Fall 2022 at $210 USD.


Back in December 2021, teaser images of the Air Jordan 3 “Cardinal Red” surfaced online. Now, Nike has officially unveiled the silhouette and its release details.

The footwear style’s design is inspired by the classic Air Jordan 7 “Cardinal.” Featuring a minimal look, the sneaker dons white tumbled leather uppers accentuated with overlays sporting Jordan Brand’s signature cement gray and black color-blocking. Meanwhile, hits of cherry red can be found on the liners, lace hoops and glossy midsoles. The “Light Curry” Jumpman logos and open holes on the throat round off the pair.

The Air Jordan 3 “Cardinal Red” will drop on February 24 via Nike SNKRS and select retailers for $200 USD.





The Off-White x Air Jordan 4 "Bred" Could Finally Be Releasing

When Virgil Abloh opened his "Figures of Speech" exhibition at MCA Chicago back in June 2019, sneakerheads everywhere were immediately captivated by the "AN ARRAY OF AIR" installation that showcased some of the American designer's prototypes. From never-before-seen Air VaporMax samples to the iconic Off-White x Air Jordan 1 High "Canary", one sneaker stood out among the rest, and that was the Off-White x Air Jordan 4 "Bred".

Originally rumoured to drop in 2020 and then in 2021, nobody could have ever predicted that both years would be taken over by a worldwide pandemic. With all that said, after over 700 days of nothing but supply chain issues and major delays, it looks like the hotly anticipated Air Jordan 4 could finally be on the horizon - that's according to the latest rumours anyway.

The last time Off-White took on the AJ4 was the "Sail" from last summer. A shoe that quickly became of the most hyped of that year, Abloh will be replicating this winning formula to the upcoming "Bred". Inspired by the OG "Bred" from 1989, the sneaker has been injected with the deconstructed flair that the Milan-based brand is renowned for.

Working on a stealthy black suede base, grey ripstop mudguards embrace the toebox while translucent rubber elements can be found throughout for added depth. Pops of red adorn the tongue and Air midsole, while the heel boasts the original Nike badge. To round it all off, this AJ4 comes with a glossy black zip tie - an element that has become synonymous to Virgil's brand.

According to our sources, the Off-White x Nike Air Jordan 4 "Black Red" is currently in production and is slated to release at the tail end of 2022. While that may seem like a lifetime away, some things are just worth the wait. Let us know what you think of this potential colourway, and while you're here, you might as well take a detailed look at the Off-White x Nike Air Force 1 Mid "White"!

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