A new year means what? That’s right, new Jordans. 2023 has just started and we’ve already got a good look at the upcoming releases from Jordan Brand. Here’s a rundown of some of the most anticipated upcoming releases from the 2023 lineup.
January kicks things off with these fiery Jordan 5s, with a red suede upper inspired by the surface of Mars.
The first AJ1 High of the year, coming in a mix of solid blue and neutral grey suede overlays.
Continuing the hype for the Jordan 5, this Aqua colourway borrows some cues from the iconic Chris Paul PEs. The upper comes in black nubuck, with hits of aqua and yellow on the signature shark tooth sole.
The Air Jordan 2 takes on Nike’s ‘Craft’ aesthetic. This mix of white, tan and sail effortlessly elevates the AJ2’s luxurious design.
The AJ2 also arrives in some bright Boston Celtics-inspired green accents.
The Air Jordan 6’s technical upper comes in a relaxed mix of white leather overlays with cool greys on its base and ergonomic rubber tongue.
After its massive run in 2022, the first Jordan 4 of 2023 comes in WMNS exclusive run with stylishly smooth seafoam green accents.
Following the Oil Greens, the AJ4 gets a Craft makeover, made with a mix of premium grey leather and suede.
The Jordan 1 gets some solid Panda vibes on its classic 1985 cut.
Jordan Brand once again pays tribute to Michael Jordan’s high school alma mater. The Reverse Laney comes in a stylishly simple remix of the OG Laney we last saw in 2013.
Rumoured to drop this NBA All-Star Weekend, the 13 Playoffs returns in its second-ever retro, celebrating the silhouette’s upcoming 25th anniversary.
The iconic White Cement colourway makes its way to the Jordan 1 High. This pair comes in a clean white base, with the unmistakable ‘Elephant Print’ on the overlays.
The sports car-inspired AJ14 pulls in this March, wearing an appropriately sleek silver makeover.
The Air Jordan 5 gets treated to the classic UNC blue colourway, with glistening silver teeth on its black midsole.
The one we’re all waiting for, the ‘White Cement’ is the latest reimagining of a classic Jordan colourway, following the massive Lost and Founds.