The Best Air Jordan Retros of the Past Half-DecadeOctober 6, 2013
Air Jordans have become one of the most luxurious and most sought after high-top shoes in the world. These beautiful shoes are not just collectible, but also highly popular. Here are the top choices from the past five years.
Air Jordan 13 “Premio” Bin 23
Released in August of 2010, this Air Jordan is one of the most lavish designs made yet. It started as an unreleased version of the 13th signature shoe, which turned into a release with only the best materials possible.
Air Jordan 1 Black/Gold “Patent Leather”
Released in April of 2013, this shoe is one of the best patent leather designs every made. The black premium leather provides a beautiful glossy look with gold accents. The outsole is made with gold-speckles and it’s translucent, giving it a look unlike any other shoe to hit the market.
Air Jordan 1 “AJKO”
Released in March of 2010, this vintage shoe looks worn out, but it’s actually very clean. It’s stitched properly and the classic look provides a posh appearance you cannot find in any other shoe.
Air Jordan 9 “Premio” Bin 23
Released in June of 2010, this shoe is one of the most majestic looking choices in the collection. Its extravagant design provides a metallic gold mudguard, which provides a foil-like appearance. This is one of the more popular versions of the “Premio”, but it’s not cheap by any means.
Air Jordan 5 “Wolf Grey”
Released in May of 2011, this simple shoe provides plenty of luxury. It’s made with a chic look and white stitching providing an excellent contrast to the grey color. It demands attention and it’s one of the most slept on Air Jordan retros of the decade.
Air Jordan 1 “Levi’s”
Released in March of 2008, this incredible shoe combines the Jordan Brand with Levi’s. The look is cement-printed denim and this well-crafted shoe provides gold accents, along with an elaborate look you won’t find in any other retro Jordan.