Since 1985, the sneakers carrying Michael Jordan’s name and world-renowned “Jumpman” silhouette have helped to define and shape sneaker culture. It began with a standard Nike high top, and evolved with daring designs implemented into each iteration. From graphic prints to patent leather to fighter planes and Ferrari-inspired designs, Jordan sneakers routinely transcend its basketball roots by refreshing its initial offerings with new looks and color schemes to remain prevalent throughout generations.
OFF-WHITE x Wmns Air Jordan 4 SP 'Sail'Add to Wish List
Made in collaboration with Virgil Abloh’s luxury streetwear brand, the OFF-WHITE x women’s Air Jordan 4 SP ‘Sail’ delivers a subdued take on the classic silhouette. The deconstructed leather build is rendered in a monochromatic off-white finish, complete with semi-translucent...
OFF-WHITE x Air Jordan 5 Retro SP 'Muslin'Add to Wish List
The OFF-WHITE x Air Jordan 5 SP 'Muslin' delivers Virgil Abloh’s stylized take on the retro silhouette. The faded black textile upper blends traditional details, including a silver reflective tongue and embroidered Nike Air branding, with Virgil’s signature text on...
Off-White x Air Jordan 1 NRG UNC The TenAdd to Wish List
For his third edition of the monumental Off-White x Air Jordan 1, Virgil Abloh focused on the "UNC" colorway of Michael Jordan's first signature shoe. Released in June 2018, the Off-White x Air Jordan 1 "UNC" features the recognizable white...
Air Jordan 1 x OFF-WHITE NRG GSAdd to Wish List
After creating one of the most-hyped sneaker collaborations of all time in 2017, Virgil Abloh continued working with Jordan Brand in 2018. An Off-White x Air Jordan 1 "White" released early in the year as a European exclusive. The special...
Off-White x Nike Air Jordan 1 ChicagoAdd to Wish List
Everything OFF WHITE founder and designer Virgil Abloh touches turns into gold. If you question that statement, look no further than his highly anticipated collaboration with Nike for proof. The highlight of "The Ten" footwear collection is this deconstructed version...