Junior Air Jordans!

Air Jordan IV Retro GS 408452-006 Available now at Soleheaven.com

It's been a strong year for Jordan brand in 2017. The company has been outfitting ballers big and small with brand new retro inspired colourways, clean cult classics and all new models using revolutionary technology to further the Jordan experience. We thought we'd take a look at some of the best models catering to the juniors specifically, there's something for every little baller here.

 

Air Jordan Formula 23 Low 'Quai 54' GS AA7202-054

A relatively new model for Jordan brand, the Formula 23 low adapts the modernised looks of its parent design, bringing a lattice style upper and an over lapping tongue system to the table. The scalloped mid sole is perfect for your little cross over king to maintain poise on the court. In this black, gym red and Italy blue colourway too repping the Quai 54 Street ball tournament, they'll be commanding attention on and off the court. 

Air Jordan Fly '89 GS AA4039-010 Available now at Soleheaven.com

 

Air Jordan Fly '89 GS AA4039-010

A brand new model in the Jordan family, the Fly 89 brings a super sleek design harnessing plush neoprene uppers and a new variation on the Nike lunarlon sole unit  for off court comfort. Taking inspiration from it's not so distant cousin, the mighty Air Jordan IV, the fly 89 includes the classic Jordan eyelet design and heel tab to bring that unmistakable heritage style to your junior's feet. When they're done on the court, they can slide a pair of these on for ultra comfort and style
Air Jordan IV Retro GS 408452-006 Available now at Soleheaven.com

 

Air Jordan IV Retro GS 408452-006

After a strong initial release of the Jordan 4 Motorsport,Jordan brand decided to capitalise with a clean 'away' colour way of the Motorsport variety. Outfitted with a black leather upper alongside grey and blue accents, this speedy edition of the 4 is perfect for your junior in its classy aesthetic and super comfy fit.

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