Air Jordan Release Dates

When sneaker enthusiast hear news air jordan future of the Air Jordan Release Dates of retro shoes, most would already plan ahead on how to obtain a pair. Nowadays if people do not plan ahead, there is a chance that the store might not have your size. These two simple words are the last thing people waiting in line want to hear, "Sold Out".

There are ways to help prepare for the latest Air Jordan releases though. Paying attention to the sneaker websites can help prepare for the next drop from nfl hats for sale Jordan brand.

Online sneaker websites such as this one provide the latest information on what to expect from Jordan Brand. Keeping up with other blog websites such as TSG is one of the major factors in keeping up with Air Jordan release dates too. Sometimes releases change due to manufacturing problems across the seas. Keeping up with the latest news for these dates can help you plan ahead of time but it could also be a daunting task.

By checking out credible sneaker websites such as AJRD, you won't be the last to know about the next Air air jordan 11 Jordan release date as soon as it is confirmed. This even includes the quick strikes that can occur on a monthly basis. Depending on the hype a pair of J's could go for 3 or 4 times the original price and that's two weeks after they drop in your nearest Footlocker.

This kind of situation tends to happen around the holiday season of December when Jordan Brand releases their highly anticipated sneaker air jordan 4 shoes of the year. Over the last couple of years it has been a Twitter and Facebook nightmare around the 23rd and 24th of Dec.

Here is what dropped going back a couple of years.

2009 Air Jordan 11 "Space Air Jordan 11 72-10 For Sale Jam

2010 Air Jordan 11 "Cool Grey"

2011 Air Jordan 11 "Concord"

In 2012 there are some serious rumors about the Air Jordan 11 "Bred" or "Columbia" dropping for the holiday season which will surely send sneaker heads to the nearest bank to pull air jordan xx9 for sale out a minimum of a couple hundred dollars as each shoe will be around $180.

The flagship shoe being the Jordan 2012 is doing okay as far as sells but it takes a special edition like "The Year of the Dragon" to really sell well. Retro J's crush everything being that Michael Jordan actually wore the original numbered series in the lower numbers like 111 which sells the absolute best.

Not sure how JB lost the edge but it appears that since MJ stopped wearing the sneaker it's lost much of the hot design. The 2011 looked okay but still can't hold a candle to any of the OG low numbers in the series, especially the Jordan 3's or 4's.

As a true Air Jordan lover I will stick it out, but we surely need something new and fresh that gets back to the designing that Tinker Hatfield created years ago. Maybe the flagship Air Jordan 2013 will be hot!