Share This Page: This Week's Heat: AJ 1 Rare Air 'Max Orange', AJ 15 'Stealth', and more Air Jordan 15 Retro ‘Black’ - 1/7/17 – 881429-001 The Air Jordan 15 released after Michael Jordan retired for the second time, and the silhouette was inspired by the X-15 fighter plane. The X-15 broke speed records, and set its own. Tinker Hatfield was inspired by the plane because it was the best there ever was, just like Jordan. Constructed with a woven upper and leather overlays, the black upper sports a ribbed design on the heel. Featuring a hidden quick lacing system, dynamic-fit sleeve, and Zoom Air units, the Air Jordan 15 locks down the foot and provides responsive cushioning. This black sneaker is accented with Varsity Red accents on the heel and Jordan branding. The upper sits on a black outsole to complete the covert appearance. The Air Jordan 15 Retro ‘Stealth’ will be available on Saturday, Jan. 7th, in stores only, so check Where to Cop for details. They will be in men’s for $190. Air Jordan 1 Retro Hi Rare Air ‘Max Orange’ – 1/7/17 – 332550-800 The Jordan brand is bringing a fresh look to a sneaker legend with the men’s Air Jordan 1 Retro High Rare Air 'Max Orange'. In celebration of the Air Jordan lineage, the AJ 1 High Rare Air is fitted with a full-grain leather upper, and a colorway reminiscent of the AJ 1 ‘Shattered Backboard’. An Encapsulated Air-Sole unit keeps the heel secure and cushioned, and special flex grooves in the outsole help to match the natural movements and flexures of foot. The branding on this AJ 1 set it apart from previous sneakers. Dumping the traditional Air Jordan Wings logo on the collar, the Rare Air ops for a simple “Air Jordan”, and the pair will come with “Nike Air” on the heel panel. This iteration of the AJ1 sees a spectrum of Max Orange, white, and black draping the entire sneaker for warm style. Stay equipped to run the court in the AJ 1 Rare Air. The Air Jordan 1 Retro Hi Rare Air ‘Max Orange’ will be available on Saturday, Jan. 7th, in stores only so check Where to Cop for details. Lace up in these kicks for $140 in men’s and $95 in grade schoolers’.