When it comes to the thought of a brand that has been dominating the sneaker space, Jordan brand comes to mind immediately. There are countless releases throughout Jordan’s storied history that would slot nicely into the debate of best ever sneaker, a trait that not many other brands can replicate in their respective fields. We have rounded up a variety of our best-sellers and favourites, of both recent and older releases, all of which would prove to be worthy additions to any collection.
Jordan 1 Retro High OG Lost and Found
The first news of the Jordan 1 Retro High OG Chicago Lost and Found shook up the sneaker world. This is the first release similar to that of the original Chicago colourway since 2015, so had many fans of the OG pair drooling and desperate to cop. The pair pays homage to the original Chicago, but boasts unique details such as the distressed accents on the Nike Swoosh, collar, and outsole, providing a vintage aesthetic that adds character and nods to the unique heritage of this beloved pair.
Jordan 1 Retro High 85 Black White (2023)
Introducing the Jordan 1 Retro High 85 in a sleek black and white colorway, the latest AJ1 addition at Kershkicks nods to the original hoops silhouette. The upper is made of soft, luxurious leather, featuring a black base with white accents on the toe box, Swoosh, and ankle collar. The iconic "Wings" logo is stamped on the ankle collar, adding a touch of nostalgia to the design. Whether you're a die-hard Jordan fan or simply looking for a stylish and everyday sneaker, the Jordan 1 Retro High 85 Black White is a must-have addition to your collection.
The Jordan 4 is one of the most popular models of the Jordan sneaker, made famous by Michael Jordan himself. The “Red Thunder” colourway often referred to as “Crimson” brings back the iconic colourway from 2006 known as the ‘Thunder’, this time round replacing the yellow accents that appear on the midsole, eyelets, mesh, and interior of the tongue to the striking shade of red.
One of the cleanest Jordan 4 releases, the 'Midnight Navy' pays homage to the "Fire Red" iteration, donning the same colour-blocking aesthetic that makes them so wearable. The white leather base is complimented by navy and grey accents along the midsole, tongue branding, and wings across the side profile.
The Jordan 4 ‘Military Black’ has certainly been one of the most sought-after releases since initial photos leaked. The clean-cut pair opts for a white leather upper whilst grey accents dress the mudguard, outsole, and inner lining. Black features on the midsole and heel and offers a clean contrast that is sure to make these a future classic.
Originally released in 1989, the Jordan 4 is seen as a classic and often regarded as one of Tinker Hatfield’s greatest designs. With a recent surge in popularity, the colourways are coming thick and fast, the latest being the Black Canvas Jordan 4, which comes with a unique canvas design upper as opposed to the usual leather or nubuck. The sneaker's canvas panels are an all-over black with lacewings in grey and a white and grey midsole.
The latest Jordan 4 Retro SE Craft Photon Dust is a must-have sneaker for any serious sneakerhead. What we particularly love about this pair at Kershkicks is how the upper is crafted from a premium mix of materials including leather and suede, which gives the shoe a luxurious feel and unique aesthetic. The Photon Dust colorway features a muted, earthy tone with hints of metallic silver and yellow, making it an easy pair to throw on and match with any outfit.
First things first, this iteration will take on an updated shape to match the original 1988 specifications, allowing the details of the shoe to only maximise the feeling of nostalgia, taking you back to the days of Michael Jordan throwing it down from the free throw line. Everything about the pair remains the same, featuring a primarily white leather base accented by pops of red on the lace holes and the Jumpman logo on the tongue, whilst the signature elephant print dresses the mudguard and heel in the most accurate fashion as close to the original pair as possible. The best part about this pair is the aged details that feature on the midsole, heel, and eyelets, adding a vintage feel that fans of the brand will love so much.
The Jordan 4 Retro Seafoam is one of the best Jordan 4 releases to date, offering a stylish and sleek aesthetic with the utilisation of a refreshing seafoam green, resulting in a sneaker that stands out from the crowd. The upper of the Jordan 4 Retro Seafoam is crafted from premium white leather, offering durability and a timeless aesthetic, whilst black accents dress the midsole, heel, and wing detailing across the midfoot.
The Jordan 4 has recently put itself up there as one of the most in-demand silhouettes for the Jordan brand, the Infrared should be up there with a shout to being regarded as a necessity in any sneakerheads rotation, with all-over nubuck in a subtle grey colour with hints of the iconic infrared colour blocking, these sneakers are a must.