We aim to save you the long search on the Internet for the perfect shoes because we know that nowadays, the star of every stylish outfit is none other than the eye-catching pair of shoes! In this spirit, for all those eager to update their collection, we have prepared an exciting selection of a number of upcoming Nike model releases. We’re sure your new pair is among them.‍

First unveiled in March of this year, the Air Jordan 6 “Black Chrome,” which is currently slated to release in November, joins an exciting batch of Fall/Winter releases. And after numerous leaks, official images of the said colorway have finally surfaced. Following the unveiling of the Air Jordan 6 ‘Black Chrome’, many drew comparisons to the iconic ‘DMP’. And like the last, this pair is made almost entirely of black nubuck that runs from the toe to the heel. Almost all elements are made in the same neutral color, only the Jumpman and the details of part of the sole are in “Metallic Silver”.

It is currently slated to release on November 12th via Nike SNKRS and select retailers.

For the fourth year in a row, Jordan Brand will release the Air Jordan 1 Hi ’85 – the closest to the original of a 1985 model to date. First introduced in February 2020 as part of the Air Ship “New Beginning” series, the Air Jordan 1 Hi ’85 has earned its legendary status as one of the most coveted sneakers every year. Expected to release in February 2023, the Air Jordan 1 Hi ’85 will be one-to-one with the original black/white colorway from 1985. It features black leather elements over a smooth, white leather base. This colorway was last released in 2014 as one of the earliest versions of the Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG.

Hard release information is currently unknown, but February is the target month with an MSRP of $200.

The Air Jordan 1 “Lost & Found” — previously called the “Chicago Reimagined” — might be the most anticipated release of 2022. And after numerous leaks and teasers, official images of the aged colorway finally surfaced just over a month ago release date in November. Immersive in every detail, from the box to the materials themselves. Utilizing a spec inspired by its 1994 counterpart, the shoe features vintage detailing throughout. The leather on the upper, mid-panel, and toe, for example, is heavily cracked, complementing the dusty finish on the sole and scratches throughout the packaging. And to further add to the sense of authenticity, Jumpman has included an old bill with each pair. Enjoy an official look at the Air Jordan 1 “Lost & Found” right here.

These are currently scheduled to release on November 19th via Nike SNKRS as well as select retailers.

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