Among the controversy design catalogue of the brand, the Jordan 15 is in a good place and is today introduced in a new colorway with the Air Jordan 15 Obsidian.
Originally out 18 years ago, the Jordan 15 has been the last design of Tinker Hatfield before its break with the Jumpman brand. The silhouette was inspired by the furtive airplane of the US Air Force translated by an imposing collar. This collar is today introduced in a navy colorway associated with a full white mesh tongue. The pair also offer a tiny Jumpman on the top of the toe box and a bigger one on the side panel of its heel.
The Air Jordan 15 Obsidian is announced to be available on March 4th on the Nike Store for €190.