Originally released in 2004 and designed by Tate Kuerbis, the Air Jordan 19 was modeled after a poisonous African snake, and was a style-forward, performance-crafted shoe. Some of the key details included a Tech-Flex upper with Zoom Air cushioning.
Last released in 2019, former Jordan Brand NRG footwear designer Frank Cooker recently revealed a never-before-seen colorway of the Air Jordan 19 that did not make it past its sample stages. Dressed in a color palette similar to the Viotech Dunks, this sample comes constructed with suede materials to give it a premium aesthetic.
Take a closer look at this Air Jordan 19 “Multi-Color” Sample below, and we’ll see if Jordan Brand plans to bring back more original and new colorways of the MJ’s 19th signature shoe.