Air Jordan 7 Retro “Pantone” ($190)

The Pantone colorway of the Air Jordan 7 was emerged as a sample around 2010 as part of a World Basketball collection that honored Jordan’s days as a Tarheel. Following a release of the Air Jordan 11 Low in similar tones, this Jordan 7 Retro drapes the upper in Pantone blue suede, including the neoprene sock with a black liner for a touch of contrast, along with hits of white on the tongue, Jumpman logo, and heel logo. A contrasting white misdsole and outsole finish off the minimal look.

Available tomorrow, April 29th in-store at our Teaneck location and by email order at packerstore@icloud.com

Air Jordan 5 Retro PRM – Pure Platinum ($400)

Earlier in the year, Jordan Brand released a “Take Flight” iteration of the revamped Air Jordan 5 Retro PRM with high quality materials and improved detailing. Another Pure Platinum version of the silhouette hits shelves in a clean light grey leather upper with woven leather side panels that replace the original mesh. A triangular laser-etched “Flight” lace lock gets decked out in leather, as does the interior of the shoe, with ultra-soft leather lining over a milky white translucent sole in place of the icy blue that has adorned recent models.

Available this Saturday, April 22nd in-store at our Teaneck location. Remaining pairs will be available for email order at packerstore@icloud.com.

Air Jordan 11 Retro Low – White/University Blue (Men’s $175, GS $130)

First seen in 2001, the “UNC” Air Jordan 11 Retro Low makes a timely reappearance for this Spring. Staying true to the original, the sneaker features Carolina blue patent leather and branding on the tongue, with an updated ice blue outsole.

Available in men’s and GS sizes this Saturday, April 15th in-store at our Teaneck location. Any remaining pairs will be available for email order at packerstore@icloud.com.

Air Jordan 1 Retro High – Team Royal ($140)

Following up on the highly-anticipated release of the Air Jordan 1 Royal as one of the original colorways, this monochrome team royal version of the model opts for draping the upper in rich suede. A tonal embroidered Jumpman appears on the heel and a debossed Wings logo hits the heel collar.

Available now in-store at our Teaneck location and by email order at packerstore@icloud.com.

Air Jordan 1 Retro Low OG PRM – Ice Blue/Vachetta Tan-White ($140)

Part of the “Vachetta” Tan pack, this low top silhouette features an ice blue roughed out leather upper with vachetta tan leather accents on the tongue and heel. Gold hardware on the lace tips and a white midsole finish the look.

Available now in-store at our Teaneck location and by email order at packerstore@icloud.com.

Air Jordan 6 Retro GG – Still Blue/White ($140)

Tumbled and smooth leather drape the Air Jordan 6 Retro draped in a “still blue,” which resembles the Pantone colorway. The light blue upper is contrasted with the stark white on the midsole, heel tab stripe and branding, and tongue logo. An icy sole, the signature of the Air Jordan 6, appears on the outsole for a clean finish.

Available this Saturday, March 25th in-store at our Teaneck location and by email order at packerstore@icloud.com.

Air Jordan 4 Retro – White/Game Royal-Black ($190)

Tinker Hatfield’s design of the Air Jordan 4 is a sneaker that goes down as one of the most beloved of all. This “Motorsports” release in game royal, black, and white first dropped in 2006 in an extremely limited run with a Mars Blackmon logo on the heel. This version scraps that logo, but preserves the colorway in a release in both men’s and boys’ sizes that finally makes it available to the masses, not just those lucky enough to grab the few pairs that came out over a decade ago.

Both men’s sizes ($190) and GS sizes ($140) this Saturday, March 25th in-store at our Teaneck location and by email order at packerstore@icloud.com

Air Jordan 12 Retro Low – Wolf Grey/Wolf Grey ($170)

In a low top version of the Air Jordan 12, this monochrome wolf grey version drapes the upper in suede. Contrast appears on the black Jumpman on the tongue, the heel, which also adds a bit of yellow on the Jumpman logo, and the outsole. Completing the grey treatment, the midsole provides Zoom Air for cushioning.

Available now in-store at our Teaneck location and by email order at packerstore@icloud.com.

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Air Jordan 6 Retro – White/Pure Platinum-Gym Red ($190)

This Air Jordan 6 colorway should trigger a memory of the “Hare” Jordan 7, as it grafts in a gym red, white, and platinum colorway that famously appeared on that model. With white perforated leather over the platinum gray panels, red also pops on the tongue, liner, heel pull, and midsole. The year “1991” is stitched onto the inside of the tongue, commemorating the year this model appeared as a sample that was eventually scrapped before it made it onto the court.

Available Saturday, March 11th in-store at our Teaneck location and by email order at packerstore@icloud.com.

Jordan Brand delivers two more straightforward models for Spring: the Jumpman Pro and Air Jordan 1 Mid. The Jumpman Pro adopts a familiar theme with tumbled black leather on the upper paired with a red outsole and liner and a white midsole. Boasting a neutral grey upper, the Jordan 1 Mid has a sleek, modern feel with a darker grey on the Swoosh, a white midsole for contrast, and grey outsole finish.

Both styles are available now in-store at our Teaneck location and by email order at packerstore@icloud.com


Air Jordan 1 Mid – Wolf Grey ($110)


Jordan Jumpman Pro – Black/Varsity Red-White ($140)