Looking for men's or women's Jordan shoes? You've come to the right place! At SNEAKERGALLERY, we love limited releases, so we've filled an entire category with them. Check out the Air Jordan 3, Air Jordan 5, Air Jordan 6 or the Air Jordan 11. You can't go wrong with any of them.
Air Jordan 3
The Jordan 3 first saw the light of day in 1988. In a time of transition, when style was breaking the mold between retro and modern technological gadgetry. And famous designer Tinker Hatfield was aware of this, which is why the Jordan 3s were the first Jordans ever to feature an exposed air bubble boasting a Nike Air Unit as well as a different lacing system, and the threes are also much sturdier than the Air Jordan 1 or the Air Jordan 2. The must-know thing about this silhouette is definitely that they were the very first Jordans with the Jumpman logo on the tongue.
Air Jordan 5
1990, a World War II Mustang fighter jet and a reflective tongue from 3M. Guess what it is? The Air Jordan 5 silhouette. A sneaker that screams modern style, basketball and more technology than its predecessor, at first glance. They first got a retro release in 2000 and they were the first Air Jordan Retro of the new millennium. In the years that followed, we've seen over 40 different colorways and something tells us that this is why you should pay attention to them.
Air Jordan 6
Michael Jordan loved expensive cars, and they also became a big inspiration for Tinker Hatfield when designing Jordan silhouettes. One of them, for example, is the Jordan 6. Here, the Sixes take inspiration specifically from the Porsche 964 Turbo. A very sleek and clean silhouette that retains the technical elements to improve Jordan's performance in matches. So do you understand now why #23 won the MVP award in them?
Air Jordan 11
Imagine you're mowing the lawn and suddenly you think of what one of the world's most iconic sneaker silhouettes should look like. Yes, that's exactly what happened to Tinker Hatfield when the design concept for the Air Jordan 11 was still sitting on his desk. The glossy patent material is what sets the 11 apart from the Air Jordan 9 and 12 in the first place. The patent leather area on the upper of the shoe was Michael's wish, as he wanted a sneaker he could wear with his much-loved suits. Aside from the fact that MJ scored hundreds of points in them and that he wore the Bred colorway in his return-to-basketball game and helped the Chicago Bulls win their 4th NBA title, it's just a great shoe to complement your outfit and it will pair perfectly with wide-leg pants.