Let’s take a walk down memory lane and discuss some of Air Jordan’s most unsuccessful releases. Even the most iconic brands have their fair share of mishaps so let’s dive into some of the less successful Air Jordan sneakers.
Air Jordan 2009:
Released in 2009, the Air Jordan 2009 aimed to bring a fresh take to the Air Jordan line. Unfortunately, the design did not capture the same excitement from fans as the previous models did, nor did it gain the same level of popularity. Overall, this sneaker was a flop for Air Jordan.
Air Jordan 15:
The Air Jordan 15, released in 1999 had an extremely unique designed in which divided sneaker enthusiast. With its sleek and futuristic look, it did not resonate well with people at that time and did not achieve the popularity it was thought to have. Air Jordan 16: While the Air Jordan 16 had some innovative features such as a removable shroud and unique lace cover, it did not go down well with people. Its distinctive design was considered ‘too busy’ for most individuals, resulting in a less successful release.
Air Jordan 23:
The Air Jordan 23 was meant to be a celebration of Micheal Jordans career, but it did not quite live up to those expectations. Some found the design to be underwhelming and it just did not have near the same buzz as previous Air Jordan releases did.
Air Jordan 2.0:
The Air Jordan 2.0 was an attempt to try and modernise the classic Air Jordan 2 silhouette. However, the combination of different materials and patterns did not necessarily hit the mark for sneaker lovers and was overall lackluster. Even though these sneakers may not have been as successful as others, it is important to note that it is all based on an individual’s personal tastes and preferences.
Sneaker trends are forever evolving, so it is always interesting to see how different releases are received. Air Jordan continues to drop timeless sneakers that are widely loved across the globe. Stay tuned for more interesting sneaker blogs just like this one.