The Air Jordan 1 returned to glory with the introduction of the Air Jordan 1 Retro "Shattered Backboard" that dropped in the summer of 2015. The colorway is an homage to his Airness breaking down the glass with an emphatic dunk as a part of a Nike Europe tour in 1985. The shoe will features an all-White leather base with Black leather overlays at the forefoot, eyelets, and Swoosh. Finally, Electro Orange on the ankle and Orange lands on the tongue branding and rubber outsole to finish the look. The Air Jordan 4 arrives in a lifestyle focused look featuring neutral tan and black tones for a colorway that you can wear with just about anything.
New Jordans, Inspired by Michael Jordan shattering a backboard by dunking during a 1985 exhibition game in Italy, the "Shattered Backboard" Jordan 1 debuted in June 2015. Two alternate variations would follow, along with a satin version of the original in women's sizing. Dressed in a White, Electro Orange, and Black color scheme. This Air Jordan 1 features a White leather base with Black overlays at the at the forefoot, eyelets, and Swoosh. A Orange accents are applied on the collars, tongues, insole, and rubber outsole to complete the design.
Jordan Release 2020, Jordan wore an orange, black, and white uniform that was perfectly captured by the silhouette as Jordan Brand added to the legacy of the man himself. This "What The P-Rod" edition of the Nike SB Dunk Low pays homage to his history with the brand. The shoe features a mismatched color scheme covered with various of details pulled from his past Nike SB collaborations, including designs from his P-Rod line. Rather than the original Orange, Red, and Caroline Blue, these Nike SB Dunk Low styles will come dressed in Hyper Blue, Mean Green, Black, and Barkroot Brown. Each pair will feature Gold stars on the side panels with croc skin overlays. Supreme branding will be found on the lacelocks and insoles.