12.20.16

Your Destination For Jordan Brand Gear

There is no question that Michael Jordan changed the game of basketball forever. He also revolutionized basketball sneakers, as evidenced by the incredible sustained success of his Air Jordan line. It all started in 1984, when Michael Jordan’s shoes were banned by the league for not having enough white on them. That defiance gave birth to a legend.

Over the next 30 years, Jordan has been a dominating figure in the basketball industry. Whether it’s new performance-focused models like the AJ XXXI or Retro releases of classic Air Jordans of the past, Jordan continues to create greatness.

Eastbay has been there every step of the way, maintaining a large selection of the hottest Retro releases, Jordan performance shoes, and special releases. Here’s a look at what we have in stock right now.

Jordan Retros

Jordan Retro

Retro releases are some of the biggest, most hyped releases in the shoe game. Sneakerheads, Jordan fans, and basketball players all flock to new releases of classic Air Jordans. Eastbay always has new Retros coming in. They usually don’t last long, so if you see something you like do not hesitate. If nothing is catching your eye, check back often as new Retros get released almost every week.

Right now, Eastbay has select colors and sizes of the Retro 1, Retro 2, Retro 3, Retro 5, Retro 7, and Retro 10 currently in stock.

Seasonal Favorites

Jordan True Flight

Jordan is well-known for its Retro shoes, but there are more options available. One example is the True Flight, which is one of the hottest shoes of the season this year. Inspired by the play of the game’s high-flying premier athletes, the Jordan True Flight shoe combines soft cushioning and signature Jordan style for a comfortable, stylish off-court appearance. The True Flight has a Retro look and is inspired by the iconic Jordan Retro 7 sneaker. It comes in seven men’s colors, eight boys’ colors and three women’s and girls’ colors, so the whole family can rock Jordan True Flights.

Other popular styles include the Jordan Super.Fly 5, Jordan Reveal, and Jordan Ultra.Fly.

Space Jam Collection

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Part of the Michael Jordan legend involves his starring role in Space Jam, where he teamed up with some cartoon characters to face an intergalactic opponent. The movie was a huge hit and remains a common pop culture reference to this day.

Jordan celebrated the 20th anniversary of Space Jam in a big way recently, with tons of shoe releases and a full clothing collection as well. Space Jam editions of classic sneakers like the Retro 1, Retro 9, and Retro 11 dropped within the last few weeks. On the performance side, the AJ XXXI released in a Space Jam colorway for those who wanted to rep Space Jam on the court. In addition to the shoes, there’s a ton of tees, shorts, hats, and more gear that will help you rep the film.

What’s Next?

Undoubtedly, the Jordan Brand changed the game. For over 30 years, the brand has been at the pinnacle of basketball gear and has no plans of stopping anytime soon. New Jordan releases are always on the way. You’ve probably already seen some of the rumored upcoming shoes. So make eastbay.com your destination for the hottest Jordan shoes and check out our release calendar for news and information!

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