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Jordan Brand had one of its biggest years on the resell market in 2020, with retro Air Jordans more popular than ever. That led to Highsnobiety crowning Michael Jordan the (still) GOAT of sneakers in our yearly industry report. And while several high-profile collaborations, such as the Off-White™ or Union LA Nike Air Jordan 4s dominated headlines, general release Jordans remain as popular as ever.Get more news about best mens air jordan shoes,you can vist!

A new year brings new releases, and now a quarter into 2021, there is still a host of highly sought-after Air Jordans waiting for us. Some are all but confirmed, such as the “University Blue” Nike Air Jordan 4, while others are still only rumored, such as the "Reverse Bred" Nike Air Jordan 13.

Below, we’ve rounded up our selection of the most noteworthy Air Jordans that may (or may not) be released in 2021. Some may be more familiar due to their color-blocking, while others are brand new, non-OG colorways.

Editor’s Notes: After celebrating its 30th birthday last year, the Air Jordan 5 is set to return very soon in a stealthy new colorway. The upcoming pair combines hits of anthracite, black, and wolf grey, all coming together to deliver an enticing iteration of the Tinker Hatfield-designed silhouette. The 5s are branded with the customary "23" at the heel and the Jumpman logo on the tongue and heel.

Editor’s Notes: The "Neutral Grey" Nike Air Jordan 1 is one of a few original colorways from 1985 to have never been retroed — until now. The "Hi '85" designation points to the silhouette having a higher and more traditional collar. The sneaker is predominantly constructed from premium leather and suede and comes with the classic Air Jordan hangtag.

Editor’s Notes: Nike is celebrating the 30th anniversary of the Air Jordan 6 by bringing back the prized "Carmine" colorway. Arriving in OG fashion, the pair — which was the first Air Jordan 6 to incorporate colored panels on the upper — looks exactly like the 1991 model, complete with Nike Air branding on the heels.

Editor’s Notes: The "Silver Toe" Air Jordan 1 is one of multiple Jordan Brand women's releases to keep an eye on. The colorway offers a twist to the "Gold Toe" iteration. As the name suggests, gold is swapped for silver, which is supposedly a nod to space innovation and the future of flight.

Editor’s Notes: The "Cool Grey" Air Jordan 3 is widely considered one of the best non-OG colorways of the silhouette. The popular model is finally primed for a return following its most recent release in 2007. The 2021 iteration comes across as identical to the aforementioned variation, so expect this one to fly off the shelves on release day in February.

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