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"Some people want it to happen, some wish it would happen, others make it happen." -

“Michael Jordan”

Air Jordan 2012

Modularity was continued on the AJ2012. It featured interchangeable booties for low- and high-cut ankle support, plus three different insole options.

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Air Jordan 28 (2013)

The AJ28 brought back the sequential numbering system, and continued its radical aesthetic via an ankle-hugging zippered cover. New JB signing Russell Westbrook championed the model.

Air Jordan 29 (2014)

Touted as ‘the world’s first woven basketball shoe’, the lightweight and flexible AJ29 refined the Flight Plate midsole system for even more explosive play styles.

Air Jordan 30 (2015)

Hatfield celebrated 30 years of Jordan by looking to the future, choosing to omit archival references on the AJ30. Instead, the cosmic inspiration nodded to MJ’s boundless talent.

Air Jordan 31 (2016)

Tate Kuerbis progressed the AJ31 with Flyweave uppers and FlightSpeed cushioning. It was also the first time a Swoosh, Jumpman and Wings logo appeared on a single shoe.

Air Jordan 32 (2017)

While the cues from the AJ2 are obvious on the AJ32, this modern iteration uses 21st century technology for maximum performance. Flyknit and FlightSpeed come standard.

Air Jordan 34 (2019)

The AJ34 reprised the Flight status espoused by the AJ4 by being one of the lightest Jordans ever. It cut weight with its Eclipse Plate and Zoom Air cushioning.

Air Jordan 35 (2020)

Things got even lighter on the AJ35, a direct evolution of the AJ34. The updated Eclipse Plate 2.0 plus forefoot and heel Zoom units met heritage nods via the AJ5-style tongue.

Air Jordan 36 (2021)

Nike’s Zoom Air Strobel system sits at the core of the AJ36, delivering full-length cushioning and maximum responsiveness. It’s been one of the most popular modern Jordans.

Air Jordan 37 (2022)

The AJ37 is perfected for jumping. Zoom Air Strobels, Formula 23 foam and carbon fibre shanks are designed for takeoff and landing.

Air Jordan 38 (2023)

The AJ38’s new forefoot X-Plate keeps the foot located over the full-length Zoom Strobel and Cushlon 3.0 midsole. It is also reportedly the most sustainable Air Jordan yet, using at least 20 per cent recycled material by weight.

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