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Just in Time for the Holidays: 7 Most Anticipated Jordan Releases For the End of the Year

November is slowly coming to a close, but with the holidays right around the corner, it is best to plan ahead than fall behind on checking off everyone on your gift list. When considering the perfect gift for those you love, there’s no doubt they’ll be thankful for a present that offers both comfort and style and with these upcoming Air Jordan releases, you can provide them with just that. If you’re in need of the best sneakers, check out these most anticipated end of the year releases!

1.) Air Jordan 1 High Top 3

The last week of November provides men and grade-schoolers with a highly praised option in footwear. Three iconic color ways, inspired by the Banned, Royal, and Chicago styles, combine to give us this unique mismatched release of black, red, and royal blue leather. Adopting the asymmetrical color blocking from the “What the” theme, these kicks also represent the number three, which references Michael Jordan’s NBA draft rank back in 1984. These $160 shoes are available starting November 28th.


2.) Air Jordan 9 OG Space Jam

Celebrating the 20th anniversary of the 1996 animated film, on December 3rd, we are re-introduced to familiar white leather, black overlay sneakers with the red Air Jordan logos we first saw in the Space Jam movie. Take the dude on your gift list on a blast through the past with these $190 shoes.


3.) Air Jordan 11 Space Jam

Leveling up in style, December 10th will bring us another installment dedicated to the anniversary of Space Jam. A similar version of the Air Jordan’s that debuted in the film and later on the basketball court will be up for grabs, and being one of the most respected releases to come, what better way to surprise the sneaker fanatic on your gift list than with a $220 dark-concord pair wrapped up in a Looney Tunes themed box?


4.) Air Jordan 7 Doernbecher

If you’re on the look out for a shoe with a lot of creativity put into it, this December 17th release is one you definitely want to engage in. From the red and black Bull’s color scheme to the rock and roll accents such as a guitar pick on the laces to the design on the bottom of the shoe, this deviant installment of the freestyle collection came from the minds of the patients at the Doernbecher Children’s Hospital in Portland, Oregon, where all proceeds will go to. But as if that’s not enough to put these shoes under the Christmas tree, accompanied with each pair is some type of apparel and other accessories also designed by these children.

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5.) Air Jordan 3 Wool

Making its appearance the same day as the Air Jordan Doernbecher, comes a winter-ready sneaker that’ll not only look great, but feel great as well. Taking a page from the 12’s playbook, the Air Jordan 3’s get a remake that’s perfect for the cold weather and with the dark gray upper combined with white rubber soles, you’ll get a fresh look while staying warm.


6.) Air Jordan 11 GG Heiress

If you’re shopping for a little girl with a great fashion sense, these shoes will have her jumping for joy. The night maroon takeover teamed up with golden accents, such as the jump man logo, all featured in patent leather mud guards and velvet material, make their entrance on December 17th.


7.) Air Jordan 16 Midnight Navy

Last minute shoppers, don’t fret. Arriving three days before Christmas is the new installment of the 16’s. This men’s exclusive sneaker is a must have from the classy white and navy color scheme to the removable, protective shroud that veils the laces and mesh part of the shoe. For $250, you can give someone epic footwear to ring in the New Year.


Now that you know more about these sneaker options, you can kick off the holiday season the right way. For more on rocking awesome footwear and getting such releases, be sure to visit our homepage or AIO bot website.

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