The Air Jordan XX9 will launch in September in two separate versions and will be chock full of performance technologies like an evolved Flight Plate system, the new Flight Web, and the first ever performance-woven upper. The sneakers are designed by Jordan Brand legend Tinker Hatfield, and have apparently been in the works for two years now. Continue reading to see the official images on the Air Jordan XX9, releasing in September 2014, and stay tuned to Sneaker News for continued updates from the launch of the Jordan 29 throughout the day.
Thankfully, the Air Jordan IV “Black Cat” retro will return again during the first quarter of next year. Last seen in 2006, the “Black Cat” colorway is arguably one of the most underrated Jordans of all time. Scheduled to release sometime around January 2014, be sure to keep an eye out for more details regarding the retro release.
The Nike Air Revolution silhouette gets a makeover in the form of a new colorway for the summer. Here we find the Air Revolution executed with a predominantly white upper, hinted with yellow, black, and grey accents. The most notable highlight is a Wolf Grey and black speckled panel laid over the side of the shoe, adding a nice contrast to the rest of the sneaker. A gold tongue and lace holes also add to the Air Revolution’s bright aesthetic, while coordinated tones along the protective midsole tie the sneaker together. Look for this edition of the Nike Air Revolution at retailers such as Titolo for approximately $181 USD.
Air Jordan IV ‘Doernbecher’ designed by Isaiah Scott, who has a love for the Man of Steel. Colorway is stated as Black/Old Royal-Electric, Green-White, and it includes an image of Isaiah and the Superman logo on the tongue. For those who don’t know (probably 98% of you) The ‘Doernbecher’ Jordans are designed by kids and proceeds go to The Doernbecher Children’s Hospital Foundation. This one might be my favorite yet, someone hire that kid!