11. Jordan Retro 8
Dynamic technology and dynamite style come together in the Jordan 8.0 Men's Basketball Shoe. A remastered version of a classic, the Jordan 8.0 is made with the most advanced technology to ensure a premium fit that's ultra lightweight with cushioning that commands the court.
This is one hybrid style you won't forget. The Jordan Comfort Viz 13 is built with an Air Jordan XIII upper that's fused with an Air Max I sole, creating one truly unique pair of kicks. Made with a leather and mesh upper, Max Air unit in the heel and a rubber sole.
Air Jordan 1 Retro Phat Premier, Varsity Blue with white out soles and linings with some decorative stitching patterns on the toe box and mid panels. Find these in leather in cool classic colorways.
The Air Jordan 2011 brings true innovation to the game of basketball, boasting a modular midsole system that allows athletes to customize the ride of their shoe based on their on-court (or off-court) performance needs. The look begins with a full-grain leather upper, which is detailed with laser etching and perforations for breathability and a visually appealing design that captures the essence of this innovative silhouette.
Conquer the courts like the legend himself in a pair of Jordan AJF 10 basketball shoes. A combination of the Air Jordan X and the Air Force 1 leads to this hybrid style, complete with a full-grain leather upper, Air-Sole cushioning and a solid rubber sole.
The Jordan Flight 45 is an elite basketball shoe inspired by the Jordan Flight series that offers high performance and unsurpassed style. The upper is a combination of full-grain leather and synthetics plus an inverted strap system that provides an authentic look with superior function.
Add the Jordan Aftergame to your collection and you'll never lack in the style area. Made with a leather and synthetic upper, this sneak features a full-length polyurethane midsole with Max Air® cushioning, plus a rubber sole for traction.
The Jordan Evolution 85 pairs the fundamental performance principles from the very first Air Jordans with the technology and modern look of today. This high-performance basketball shoe features a leather and mesh upper, complete with an integrated lacing system for secure lock-down.
The Jordan Sky High Court Low is a style that's straight from the 1988 archives, boasting a classic silhouette that defines the early era of the brand. It's made with a leather and canvas upper and finished with a rubber cupsole and rubber outsole
The Jordan SC-1 is a hoops shoe inspired by the Jordan Flight series that offers unsurpassed style and great comfort. The upper is a combination of full-grain leather and synthetics plus a variable lacing system that provides an authentic look with superior function. Strategic perforation details offer excellent ventilation while great cushioning comes from a polyurethane midsole with Air units in the heel and forefoot. The sole is solid rubber with a tested, sport-specific traction pattern for great traction.
The Air Jordan Retro 14 Last Shot 2011 sneaker got Tinker Hatfield inducted at the prestigious National Design Triennial back in 2000. The Air Jordan XIV, also dubbed as the “Last Shot” when Michael Jordan wore them for his last NBA (not counting his later return with the Washington Wizards) and NBA Championship outing, took its form when Hatfield saw Jordan’s Ferrari. Hence, the yellow Jumpman medallion in reference to Ferrari‘s Prancing Horse.