Nike and the Air Jordan brand are quite averse to letting the market rest. So it's going to be a pretty wild year for sneakerheads.
With the Air Jordan 6 Black Infrared - the shoes the Chicago Bulls legend wore during his first NBA championship - set to drop on February 16, fans and non-fans alike will be able to cop the new Air Jordan 4 GS "Valentine's Day" to commemorate the special date, per Sneakerfiles.com.
The sneakers bear a True Berry-colored, polka-dotted upper with Rush Pink accents and white shoelaces, as well as a white Jumpman logo to match the sole. The footwear also features the classic "For the Love of the Game" heart embroidery on the heel to complete the romantic touch.
The gorgeous kicks are poised to drop on February 9 at select Jordan brand retailers and the Nike website, with the retail price believed to be $140.00. Sadly, they'll only be coming in grade school/Big Kids sizing - however, certain older females looking to get their feet in a pair of these babies are still likely to find ones that fit.
The Jordan brand seems to have a shoe for just about everything. The company already has sneakers dropping this month and there are a few more releases scheduled for next month.
Official Nike images of the "Laney Alternate" Air Jordan 5 Retro, an alternate take on the classic Laney colorway that honors Jordan's high school, releasing next Saturday, February 2. pic.twitter.com/OdqLzPNdZv— swoosh supply (@swooshsupply) January 23, 2019
According to solecollector.com, the "Laney Alternate" Air Jordan 5 - inspired by the high school MJ famously failed to make the varsity team at - was supposed to have hit retail sometime this month but the release date has been pushed back to early February.
The Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG, though, should be dropping in "Neutral Grey" on January 24, marking yet another release of Jordan's very first signature shoe.