2018’s world fútbol season is officially underway, and the globe’s top clubs are fighting tooth-and-nail for their country’s richest prizes. One of the world’s top squads, PSG, is off to a stellar start in Ligue 1, having won their first two competitive matches of the season with a league best goal differential of 5. Led by noted sneakerhead and Brazilian soccer sensation Neymar, names the like of Kylian Mbappé and Edinson Cavani have The Parisians primed for a terrific season. To celebrate PSG’s illustrious history, the Jordan Brand is set to release a branded Air Jordan 5 equipped with Paris-themed details throughout. The club’s crest comes embroidered on the 5’s heel with a Jumpman in the middle, while its insoles read “ICI C’EST PARIS” which translates to “Here is Paris”, which happen’s to be one of the team’s slogans. Finished off with a “75” hit replacing the models customary “23” on its lateral heel to represent Paris zip codes, this selection is a must have for French soccer fanatics. No release information for the Air Jordan 5 “PSG” has surfaced just yet, but enjoy an official look below and check out our Jordan Release Dates page while you wait for updates.

The ever-expanding Jordan women’s category has introduced several reworked iterations of Retro classics like the Air Jordan 1 and Air Jordan 3, with the latter model getting a slimmer, more streamlined construction pictured here. This September, the brand will usher in a new “Bordeaux” colorway of the 1988 classic, with a rich wine-red upper, white midsole, and sail outsole completing this luxury look. Sizes from women’s 5 through 12 are confirmed to release as part of the Jordan Fall 2018 footwear collection, so check out this first look ahead and expect the drop on the 21st of September.article image

As the last sneaker Michael Jordan ever set foot on an NBA court in, the Air Jordan 18 still holds a special place in the heart of many a sneakerhead. Known for its large lace shroud and semi-translucent midsole, the 18’s unique design is still striking almost two decades after its original release. Now, it’s set to return this fall in three tonal lifestyle iterations: a “Campfire Orange,” a “Yellow Ochre,” and a “Racer Blue.” Each shoe calls upon a premium suede for the upper, while the lace shroud can be unbuttoned to reveal a buttery leather tongue. The chalky white midsole and outsole provide a stately contrast with the monochromatic upper, the laces come equipped with silver metal tips, and each shoe opts to keep the branding to a minimum with a single embroidered Jumpman appearing directly above the toebox/a silver Jordan text hit on the inner shroud. Look for each of these premium suede 18s to drop September 15th, and stay tuned to our Jordan Release Dates page for all your Jumpman drop updates.article image

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