With the United States? Dream Team running for gold medal in Rio Olympics 2016, Jordan Brand is releasing their Olympic themed Air Jordan 31 ?USA? which drops Wednesday.
First unveiled by USAB?s Jimmy Butler and Carmelo Anthony in at USA Basketball?s training camp in Las Vegas, the newest Air Jordan model will hits stores worldwide on 10th August. The pair retails at USD $185.
The all-new Air Jordan XXXI ?USA? based on the iconic Air Jordan 1, features a knitted Flyweave and leather upper in the patriotic colors of Red, White and Blue. It incorporates a number of iconic Jordan elements, reintroducing the original Air Jordan ?Wings? logo and a subtle Swoosh logo. Royal blue swoosh logo fades to white while Jumpman logo in red details the heel and the tongue tab.
It is for the first time that a Swoosh and Jumpman branding is featured on a Air Jordan at the same time and also marks a first for a Swoosh logo to be featured on an Air Jordan since Air Jordan 1.
The Air Jordan XXXI also features FlightSpeed technology with full-length Zoom Air that enhances court feel, responsiveness and lateral support according to the brand. A White midsole and icy blue translucent outsole finish off the look on this Air Jordan 31.
In addition to ?USA? colorway, Air Jordan 31 will drop in ?Brazil? colorway that draws inspiration from this year?s Olympics hosts. The sneaker features together neon green and blue in the knit upper, gradually transitioning to solid blue through the leather heel. Vivid pops of neon balance things out on the branding and inner-lining, and a white midsole and icy outsole round out the look in cool, clean fashion. The Air Jordan 31 ?Brazil? releases Friday, August 12, at retailers worldwide.
The Air Jordan 31 will later be debuting in a red and black ?Banned? iteration of sneakers which releases September 3rd.
Air Jordan 31 ?USA?
Color: White/University Red-Deep Royal Blue
Style #: 845037-107
Release Date: August 10, 2016
Air Jordan 31 ?Brazil?
Color: Green Abyss/Ghost Green-White-Volt
Style #: 845037-325
Release Date: August 12, 2016