Air Jordan 31 (XXXI) was first released on July 20th 2016 at an event that took place in Las Vegas. Its original retail price was $185. It was designed by Tate Kuerbis, the one who created the XXVIII and the XIX versions of the Air Jordan line. The shoe draws inspiration from the original Air Jordan 1, being paired  with the XXXI in several packs such as the “Banned”, “Shattered Backboard” or “Chicago”. The Air Jordan 31 (XXXI)  feature for the first time the Air Jordan Wings logo, the Swoosh and the Jumpman all on the same shoe. It is a celebration of 30 years since the Air Jordan line was launched. The shoe  is built with leather and Flyweave textile upper that blend in a gradient way that it hasn’t been done before. The Air Jordan XXXI also feature Zoom Air technology in the midsole for maximum comfort and control on the court.

Air Jordan 31 N7

Air Jordan 31 N7 Photos: Nike With the release of the Air Jordan 31 N7 this week, the latest edition of the Jordan retro line joins Nike's N7 [...]