Jordan Retro 5’s

Very similar to the Jordan 4’s these sneakers were released in February 1990. Although similar in design to the 4’s these were different in terms of the look. They had lace locks, a reflective tongue and transparent rubber soles.

Jordan Retro 6’s

Hitting the streets a year after the Jordan 5’s, the 6’s were a big hit. This model had a new and improved reinforcement around the toe as well as two holes in the tongue instead of one, it also boasted a molded heel tab. This sneaker was in fact the last Air Jordan to feature the Nike Air Logo on it.


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Jordan Retro 9’s

The 9’s were the first Air Jordan model to be released after Michael Jordan’s retirement and Jordan didn’t play a complete season wearing these shoes. The sneakers were more similar to baseball shoes which Jordan played at minor-league level. The Air 9’s had an inner sock sleeve and the sole had various symbols and languages on them.

Jordan Retro 8’s

Air Jordan 8’s hit the market during the 1992-93 NBA basketball season. This model was significantly and noticeably heavier in weight than previous Air Jordans. The 8’s, as you may remember, were rich in detail. They had a jumpman on each shoe and two crossover straps. The Jordan 8’s were known as the ‘Punisher’ due to the ankle support, full air sole and polycarbonate shank plate making them one of the most supportive of all the Jordan sneakers.