The Best Jordans Shoes legacy has been a major part of the sneaker world for the last few decades, and their dominance in the culture doesn't seem to be dying down anytime soon. The Jordan Brand keeps cranking out the classic retro editions in both new and old colorways and now we see that even more are on the way. Almost every sneaker in the catalog has a unique back story and the next in line to hit shelves again is the AJ18. This model would be the last pair that Michael Jordan would wear in an NBA game. A 40-year-old MJ would play his very last game in the NBA with these and officially close out his legendary basketball career. Now almost 15 years later we see that the shoe will be making a return sometime next year.
This laceless sneaker was designed by veteran Latest Jordans Shoes designer Tate Kuerbis back in 2003, and the construction of the shoe was something that had never really been seen before. In addition to sporting a boot-like build, other detailing like a carbon fiber Comfort Control Plate and double stacked Nike Zoom Air technology also make an appearance. So far we know that the White/Royal pair will be landing in January, but there is no word yet on an exact release date. They will be available via select Jordan Brand retailers and will be coming with a price tag of $225. Be sure to keep it locked to SneakerWatch for all updates.
As the NBA season enters the New Year, players are either debuting new Cheap Jordan Shoes or releasing adjusted models of their current lines. Two-time MVP Steph Curry will be making an adjustment to his Curry 4 as the shoe will get the low top treatment.The upcoming Curry 4's all-red colorway is inspired by Curry's partnership with the United Nations Foundation's Nothing But Nets campaign. In addition, the first low top in the Curry 4 line will be taking on a good cause - for every pair sold, an insecticide-treated bed net will be donated to a family in need of protection against the Malaria disease.