Since the 30th anniversary of Jordan Brand that has been celebrated all year long, we have seen remastered releases along with reintroducing the Nike Air logo on the heels of storied silhouettes.
While the brand continues to evolve the remastering process, they’re now focusing on releases that honor original designs like never before. With the recent release of the Air Jordan 6 “Maroon” with Nike Air branding, along with the the Air Jordan 4 “Cement” that will drop this February, this is just the start of bringing back archive releases with Nike Air logo on the heels.
But the question is, is this enough to make us fall back in love with classic Air Jordans the way we did back in the early 80s and 90s? How many of you think Nike Air branding will be good for Jordan Brand in 2016?
Cast your vote below and leave your extended thoughts in the comments section.