April has some exciting Jordan drops in store. Some have already been released and some are just around the corner.
Check out these April drops so you can start planning your customs and lace swaps in advance.
A year ago, Nike gave Guo Ailun, a Chinese professional basketball player, his own custom Jordan 33. This year, Jordan is back to give Ailun his second pair with the Jordan 33 SE Guo Ailun in a teal and aqua colorway.
Featuring a white midsole, gold accents, and personal branding, these Jordans dropped on April 4 at a retail price of $160.
It's been a good year for Russ. He averaged his third straight triple-double and got his second pair of signature Jordans.
The Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 "Triple White" features, as you probably guessed, a clean triple white colorway. This colorway dropped on April 1 at a retail price of $125.
Every year, we get some new colorways for the classic Jordan 1. This year, one of those colorways is the Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG Crimson Tint. This pair features a mixed colorway of Black, White, Hyper Pink, and Crimson Tint.
You can swap out the stock black laces for a pair of black luxury leather laces for a more premium feel.
The release date for these changed a couple of times. It was first announced as April 27, then April 13, before getting a final release date of April 11. You'll be able to grab these for $160 at select stores.
One of the first iterations of the Jordan 33 Low dropped in a clean colorway, featuring White, Gym Red, Metallic Gold, and a mesh upper using the company's FastFit technology.
The Jordan 33 Low SE in White and Gym Red dropped at a retail price of $160 on April 4.
The popular retro "Navy Snakeskin" Jordan 11 Low is finally getting a re-release after nearly two decades. The white laces can be swapped out for any pair of our Jordan 11 rope laces.
It features an upper made of white and navy snakeskin-textured leather, white midsole, and an icy outsole. You can find this pair of 11s at select stores on April 19 for $185.
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