Jordan Brand Summer 2011 release schedule.
Someone at NikeTalk was lucky enough to get a peek at Jordan Brand’s offerings for the upcoming season.
Team Jordan releases include a few colorways of the Jordan Evolution ’85 with a Light Graphite/White release in April and additional styles in May.
The Jordan CMFT lifestyle/running experiments continue with four colorways of the CMFT Vis 13 and two in the CMFT Max 10. The CMFT Vis 13 arrival will offer Black/Sport Red-White and White/Black in April, White/Apple Green-Black in May, and what appears to be White/Black-Blue in June. The CMFT Max 10 is provided in a Black/Grey style with a translucent sole in May, and a Varsity Royal-Black-White variation in June. Jordan CMFT Vis 13 retails for $110. Jordan CMFT Max 10 retails for $135.
Another amalgamation of the Jordan marketing and design labs, the Jordan 6-17-23, will see a Black/Varsity Red-Cement Grey makeup in May. Retail is $145.
The signature Air Jordan 2011, which launches in February, will be provided in what might be a ”Stealth” colorway of Black/Dark Charcoal. Retail is $170.
Retro-wise, Jordan Brand shows up and shows out. The highly anticipated “Bordeaux” (Black/Light Graphite-Bordeaux) Air Jordan 7 Retro get its shine in April, with another OG colorway, the “Cardinal” (White/Bronze-Cardinal Red-Black) Air Jordan 7 Retro in June. Both retail for $150.
The dubbed “Cool Grey” (Light Graphite-White-Wolf Grey) Air Jordan 5 Retro will meet the public in May, and the “True Blue” (White/True Blue) Air Jordan 3 Retro makes its official stateside return in June.
And finally, a brand new shoe called the “Jordan Prequel 6″ will be unveiled in April in a White/Infrared-Anthracite colorway. In June, the Prequel 6 follows up in Black/Infrared-Anthracite. Both retail for $140. Will this be a hybrid of the shoes leading up to the Air Jordan VI or perhaps a brand new style of Jordan shoe altogether?
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