For the first time since 2000, the legendary Air Jordan 6 “Infrared” colorway will have original Nike Air branding on the heel. This black and infrared colorway was released in 2010 with the white infrared pair in a pack and again in 2014 with a brighter version of the infrared hits. This version returns to the original shade of infrared and the original heel branding while keeping the black suede upper and icy clear outsole that defined the iconic colorway of one of the greatest Air Jordan colorways of all time.
Full size range: Men’s, Grade School, Pre-School and Toddler.
Available on February 16th at 12PM Noon EST through email order on PackerShoes.com and in-store at Teaneck.
Air Jordan 6 “Infrared”- Black/Infrared – ($200)
Air Jordan 6 “Infrared” Grade School- Black/Infrared – ($140)
Air Jordan 6 “Infrared” Pre-School – Black/Infrared – ($80)
Air Jordan 6 “Infrared” Toddler – Black/Infrared – ($60)
Air Jordan 9 Retro “Pearl Blue” – White/University Blue-Midnight Navy – ($190)
In September 2002, the Pearl Blue Air Jordan 9 Low released, and 17 years later, a high top version is releasing. This time around, the white upper from OG colorways remains with navy patent leather moving from the mudguard to the heel and around the collar. Carolina blue hits the plastic Jumpman logo on the heel, the tongue branding, and the midsole Jumpman on this re release of a well-regarded colorway of the Air Jordan 9.
Available on February 9th at 10AM EST through email order on PackerShoes.com and at 12PM Noon EST in-store at Teaneck.
Air Jordan 2 Retro “BHM” – Black/Metallic Gold-Sport Royal-Pink – ($190)
This edition of the Air Jordan 2 Retro honors Black History Month with tribal patterning across the upper. Black leather with glossy tonal detailing includes multiple geometric patterns. Adding punch to the colorway, the mudguard and heel have contrasting panels of blue, black, and pink on the lower portion and blue, pink, and black on the upper portion of one shoe and yellow, black, and pink on the other. The heel branding on the left says “BHM” while the right shoe says “NIKE” in gold. On the tongue, the Wings logo sits with tonal black and a hit of gold.
Available on February 1st at 12PM Noon EST through email order on PackerShoes.com and in-store at Teaneck.
Tinker Hatfield’s Nike Air Trainer 1 changed the game in 1987, and its iconic white, grey, black, and chlorophyll colorway is honored on another classic Hatfield design, the Air Jordan 3. Chlorophyll green provides the accent hits on the lace eyelets, heel Jumpman, tongue Jumpman, and tongue liner. Elephant print hits on the traditional heel and toe locations, while smoke grey covers most of the upper, apart from white on the collar, tongue, and cutout near the laces.
Available through email order on November 10th at 10AM EST on PackerShoes.com and in-store at 12 Noon EST at our Teaneck location.
Michael Jordan played his last season in the NBA as a Washington Wizard in 2003, and the last signature shoe he wore was the Air Jordan 18. Inspired by MJ’s interest in motorsports, this 2018 version is one of the OG colorways in black and sport royal, with suede across the upper and the removable shroud. Metallic accents appear on the shroud and on the eyelets beneath it, while a blue carbon fiber midsole adds pop to the sneaker which honors Jordan’s final on-court moments.
Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG “Guava Ice” – Guava Ice / Sail ($160)
The Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG’s iconic silhouette gets a sail colorway with heavy doses of branding in mint green. Leather and synthetic materials hit the upper in sail and cream white while splashy “NIKE” and “AIR” branding in mint green on one shoe, along with tonal text with Nike branding on the other for an Air Jordan 1 that has more than meets the eye at first glance.