WOMEN'S AIR JORDAN SHOES FOR SALE(CHEAP CHILDREN'S JORDANS SHOES && NIKE AIR JORDAN SHOES SALE-MEN)  have been an intricate part of the sneaker game since they were first introduced in 1985.

Whether it was the Jordan 1 getting banned, MJ dunking from the foul line in the Jordan 2, or making us believe he could fly in the Air Jordan 3, our memories our filled with Air Jordan history. 

But even when Michael was captivating crowds with his acrobatic performances his sneakers didn’t always fly off the shelves. Getting a pair of Jordans during his active career was much easier than grabbing a pair now (with some exceptions).

From the Air Jordan I to the newest Air Jordan XXXI, we explore all 31 pairs of NIKE AIR JORDAN SHOES SALE. 

ALL JORDAN 1 is first WOMEN'S AIR JORDAN SHOES FOR SALE delivered high intensity and adoration. The demand for the shoe increased in staggering numbers once released. 

ALL JORDAN 1 features similar designs to early models by Nike such as the Air Force 1 and Dunk. Wings logo is visible on the upper ankle, and includes a Nike Air unit. 

ALL JORDAN 1 has been very significant since its debut being a basketball shoe and has transcended into a casual shoe as well.

Designed by Peter Moore, ALL JORDAN 1 originally released from 1985 to 1986. Quite a few colorways of the model were produced, as well as a few different variations. Following its initial run in the 80s, ALL JORDAN 1 jumpstarted the retro era in 1994, following Jordan's retirement from basketball. The shoe returned again in 2001, including the introduction of a Jumpman branded mid-top. It wasn't until 2008 that Jordan Brand started re-releasing ALL JORDAN 1 with its original high cut.

Since then, the Jordan 1 High has had a relatively consistent presence in the market, as it's been featured in the 22/1 Collezione ‘Countdown’ Pack. the Doernbecher freestyle series and commemorated Jordan's Hall of Fame induction in 2009. In recent years, the shoe has enjoyed a heightened level of popularity behind the retro of the canvas-based Air Jordan 1 KO, Nike SB collaborations and the highly anticipated return of OG "Nike Air" branding. Jordan Brand has also been packaging the Jordan 1 in a retro box-inspired by the original 1985 design.

NIKE JORDAN RETRO 2 debuted in a new direction that surprised everyone. Produced overseas in Italy, the shoe was equipped with fine materials that upgraded the appearance and embodied high performance. Custom designed for MJ’s sore foot , designer Bruce Kilgore thickened the Air unit for extreme comfort and crafted a high top silhouette for ankle support. Although NIKE JORDAN RETRO 2 isn’t as popular amongst the other models in the AJ series, it still plays a huge role having a successful cult following.

NIKE JORDAN RETRO 2 was released in 1986 as the second sneaker in Michael Jordan’s line with Nike. Like its predecessor the model was led by designers Bruce Kilgore and Peter Moore, this time coming with a much more unique creation that toned down the Swoosh branding quite a bit.

NIKE RETRO 3 JORDANS shoes are one of the most popular Air Jordan’s shoes of all time.

NIKE RETRO 3 JORDANS was originally released in 1988. It was the first WOMEN'S AIR JORDAN SHOES FOR SALE designed by the legend, Tinker Hatfield. They said goodbye to the ‘Wings’ logo and debuted the iconic ‘Jumpman’ logo we are all familiar with today. In addition, they  were also the first Air Jordan to feature visible air and elephant print on the upper. Four colorways dropped, which are all classics today.

After Michael Jordan’s first retirement, Nike brought back the Air Jordan I, II and III for a short two colorway per model retro run in 1994. NIKE RETRO 3 JORDANS was the last in the line of the ’94 Retros due to MJ returning to the NBA. In 2001 the NIKE RETRO 3 JORDANS would get its first retro run, with three colorways dropping in the span of five months. Two original colorways returned which also led to the beginning of the end of some iconic elements featured on WOMEN'S AIR JORDAN SHOES FOR SALE. The OG black/cement colorway was the last to feature original ‘Nike Air’ branding while the ‘True Blue' colorway was the first OG to feature ‘Jumpman’ branding in its place.

In 2003, NIKE RETRO 3 JORDANS returned for a one-off release of the original white and cement grey colorway. We would then have to wait four years, until 2007 for them to return for their second retro run. Seven colorways were released during that time including the original ‘Fire Red’ edition for the first time and a new ‘Flip’ version which featuring a full elephant print upper for the first time on the AJ3. A women’s exclusive colorway as well as two limited ‘LS’ releases and two other GR’s rounded this set out.

The original black and cement grey colorway was re-released for the third time as a part of the Air Jordan 20/3 Collezione (Countdown) Pack in 2008. In 2009, Europe got a surprise when the ‘True Blues’ returned exclusively overseas and never made it stateside. One year later, NIKE RETRO 3 JORDANS joined the Nike x Doernbecher Freestyle collection and featured a full translucent outsole for the first time. That paved the way for the 23rd Anniversary of the Air Jordan III in 2011 which saw NIKE RETRO 3 JORDANS releases throughout the entire year.

Favorites like the black and cement grey and ‘True Blue’ colorways were brought back as well as the second ‘Flip’ edition and a limited edition colorway, made to commemorate Black History Month. Since then, the Air Jordan 3 Retro has had a few small runs in 2013 and 2014. This included the Air Jordan 3 Retro ’88 in white and cement grey that featured original ‘Nike Air’ branding on them for the first time since 2001s black/cement grey release. 

RETRO 4 NIKE AIR originally released in 1989, dropping in four colorways. Ten years later, they returned for the first time when Jordan Brand retroed them in 1999. Both original "Cement" colorways returned that year, as well as a new Retro+ concept, which introduced new colorways to the classic model, along with some changes to the aesthetic. In the years since, we've seen multiple re-releases of original colorways, brand new colorways, lasered editions, mashups, and even more. 

Already triumphant in designs, Tinker Hatfield once again wowed audiences with RETRO 4 NIKE AIR. Released in 1989, the shoe quickly rose to stardom being featured in multiple commercials and seen in Spike Lee’s film “Do the Right Thing.” Nubuck and mesh materials were installed onto the shoe as well as a triangular plastic piece that was connected to a hard plastic lace holder. RETRO 4 NIKE AIR preservers being well loved and has been retroed several times.

NIKE AIR JORDAN 5S is Michael Jordan’s fifth signature basketball shoe. It was designed by Tinker Hatfield and released in 1990. The original versions featured “Nike Air” on the heel, but more recent versions have a Jumpman logo. The AJ5 was part of the first “Remastered” releases that debuted in late 2014/early 2015. The latest Remastered “Black/Metallic” colorway releases with original “Nike Air” branding on July 23rd, 2016 for $220.

Inspired by World War 2 aircraft, Tinker Hatfield constructed a genius silhouette composed of high-grade elements that make the NIKE AIR JORDAN 5S. Exuberant in an asymmetrical collar and sculpted midsole, the NIKE AIR JORDAN 5S is praised highly in the Jordan series. The shoe debuted at a perfect time MJ was at his best in his career.

NIKE AIR JORDAN 6S became popular when Michael Jordan wore them when he won his first NBA championship. Many of the designs of the shoe were transfixed of the AJ 5 but with some alterations. With its unique shape, NIKE AIR JORDAN 6S was designed abstractly to depict the number 23. NIKE AIR JORDAN 6S stays on top being a beloved shoe among many and has featured multiple colorways.

NIKE AIR JORDAN 6S is Michael Jordan’s sixth signature shoe. It was designed by Tinker Hatfield and debuted in 1991. The shoe features a mix of leather, number “23” branding on the upper, a rubber sole, and visible Air. The most popular colorways of NIKE AIR JORDAN 6S are the “Infrared” and “Olympic”

NEW RETRO 7S is Michael Jordan’s seventh signature basketball shoe. It originally released in 1992, and MJ won his second consecutive NBA Championship in this sneaker. The original colorways include the “True Red/Raptors,” “Hare,” “Cardinal,” and “Bordeaux.”

NEW RETRO 7S shoes were originally released in 1992 and was once again designed by Tinker Hatfield. Unlike the previous four models, the 7 did away with the visible Air unit in the heel and "Nike Air" logo on the heel. They featured a Huarache-like neoprene inner bootie and colorful geometric detailing inspired by West African Tribal culture.

Five original colorways of the 7 were released, including the first Olympic-inspired version, which Michael Jordan wore during the 1992 Summer Olympic Games as a part of the "Dream Team." This pair also featured Jordan's Olympic number "9" in place of  ‘23’ on the back triangle piece.

NEW RETRO 7S made its debut in 2002. It was short-lived, as only two colorways were released. One pair came in the original "Charcoal" colorway, while the other came in an all-new Retro+ style. This version, the "French Blue" edition, brought the first new colorway to the model since it was originally released and also featured a new leather tongue.  

NEW RETRO 7S returned two years later 2004. This one-off release release saw the the original "Olympic" colorway come back for the first time. In 2006, the 7 Retro would finally get a full run, with six colorways releasing. The run started off with two "LS" editions, followed by the return of the original "Cardinal" colorway and an all-new women’s exclusive.

In 2008, the original "Hare" colorway returned as a part of the Jordan 16/7 Collezione "Countdown" Pack. Also releasing that year was a limited "Olympic Celebration" colorway inspired by Joan Miro, a famous Spanish painter.

The following year saw the the 7 release in two colorways for the second "DMP" of the year. Made to commemorate Michael Jordan’s 60+ point game against the Orlando Magic in 1993, the pack included the OG ‘Charcoal’ colorway representing the Bulls, along with a new white, royal and black colorway for the Magic.

For the World Basketball Festival in 2010, Jordan Brand brought back the "Olympic: Air Jordan 7 Retro for the second time. This time, they featured a gold heart-shaped "For The Love Of The Game" logo embroidered on the heels. Also released in 2010 was an all-new Premio colorway, which was the third release from Jordan Brand’s "Bin23" Collection.

In 2011, NEW RETRO 7S would have its second full run with four releases. The original "Bordeaux" colorway, one of the year's most popular releases, was retroed for the first time. Additionally, the "Cardinals" saw another re-release, along with two new colorways, including a "Year of the Rabbit" edition inspired by the Chinese zodiac.

NEW RETRO 7S came back again one year later in 2012 with a five colorway run. Jordan Brand brought back the "Olympics" for a third retro, this time true-to-the-OG (sans the "FTLOG" logo on the heels). Also, two "J2K" editions were released featuring redesigned woven uppers. Paying homage to the 20th Anniversary of the 1992 Summer Olympics, a "Golden Moments" Pack was released, featuring both the Jordan 6 and Jordan 7. The final 7 Retro of the year was the third "Charcoal" re-release.

AIR JORDAN MEN'S RETRO 8 is a remarkable sneaker that holds a well-crafted design and is built for high performance. With a unique upper that features a lockdown strap, it holds a chromatic midsole that attracts peering eyes. AIR JORDAN MEN'S RETRO 8 is well-known as the shoe MJ wore when he lead the Bulls in the Three-peat championship in 1993.

AIR JORDAN MEN'S RETRO 8 is Michael Jordan's eighth signature basketball shoe. It released in 1993 during MJ’s “Three-Peat” Championship season. Created by Tinker Hatfield, this is the last shoe that Jordan wore before his first retirement. The sneakers feature a mix of leather, cross straps, Zoom Air, and more.

JORDAN RETRO 9 is Michael Jordan’s ninth signature shoe. It was designed by Tinker Hatfield in 1993 and released during MJ’s first retirement from the NBA for career in baseball. Although Jordan never wore the AJ9’s during a regular-season game, several colorways, low-top versions, and PEs (Player Exclusives) later followed.

The latest JORDAN RETRO 9 made its debut in 1993, with the Tinker Hatfield design aiming for a worldly focus in the wake of Michael Jordan's absence from the NBA. The original JORDAN RETRO 9 was a sneaker never worn by Michael on the basketball court during its original run. 

CHEAP AIR JORDAN 10 was originally released from 1994-95. It was the second model to drop while Jordan continued to take a swing at a professional baseball career. The first colorway, known as "Steel Grey," was the only original pair released featuring the extra leather toe cap. The reason for the change was simple — Michael Jordan didn't care for the look. Unfortunately, it was too late to cancel the shoe, as the first colorway was officially in stores. However, there was still time to make changes to the shoe for future releases. The added toe cap was removed per Jordan's request, giving the CHEAP AIR JORDAN 10 a much cleaner look, and hasn't been seen since, including the make retro version of that first shoe.

CHEAP AIR JORDAN 10 was unveiled when MJ made a comeback to the hardwood. Simple in design, the shoe made a huge impact when released. Original colorways were inspired by popular cities representing NBA cities. The alternating stripes sported on the outsole represent Jordan’s career achievements.

NIKE AIR JORDAN 11 FOR SALE is one of the most loved sneakers out there to date. Released in 1996, the shoe brought success to Jordan’s returning career to basketball winning MVP award twice for the regular season. The crisp design of the AJ 11 stunned everyone, but lacked quality with the clear rubber soles easily yellowed and patent leather was deranged quickly. Nonetheless, NIKE AIR JORDAN 11 FOR SALE still remains a top sneaker adored by sneakerheads and sell out retro versions instantly.

In 1995, three colorways of Michael Jordan's 11th signature sneaker released in both the iconic patent leather trimmed mid-cut and an elephant print trimmed low-cut version known as the IE. Five years later, the sneaker returned for its first retro run with new and OG colorways of the mid-top as well as low-tops that featured patent leather and snake skin. NIKE AIR JORDAN 11 FOR SALE also served as the motivation for Jordan Brand to move WOMEN'S AIR JORDAN SHOES FOR SALE releases to Saturday as students often skipped school and cut class to get their hands on a pair.

In 2003, the original low-top IE version returned in both original colorways. In 2006, Jordan Brand released their first ever two-shoe pack with "Defining Moments" pack which featured a gold-accented version of the Air Jordan 11 "Concord". One year later, the IE version had a second retro run with six releases in just three months. NIKE AIR JORDAN 11 FOR SALE featured once again in a two-shoe pack as part of the Air Jordan 11/Air Jordan 12 Countdown Pack which released in 2008. In 2009, Jordan Brand officially began NIKE AIR JORDAN 11 Retro holiday release tradition.

NIKE JORDAN XII made its debut in 1997 when MJ lost his MVP title to Karl Malone. The shoe is wrapped in ribbed leather that is stitched to resemble the Japanese army flag that inspired the design. It is the first shoe that has no trace of the Swoosh or any Nike logo on it. NIKE JORDAN XII was the first to install Nike Zoom cushioning and immensely regarded on the court and street.

AIR JORDAN XII is the twelfth NIKE AIR JORDAN SHOES SALE and released in 1996. It was designed by Tinker Hatfield and the design was inspired by the 'Rising Sun' of Japan. The most memorable Air Jordan XII is the 'Flu Game' Black/Red colorway, which Michael wore during the 1997 NBA Finals while having the flu.

AIR JORDAN RETRO XIII is Michael Jordan’s thirteenth signature basketball shoe. It was designed by Tinker Hatfield and was inspired by a black cat/black panther. The outsole represents the massive paw of a black cat, while the round jewel on the heel represents the eyes. AIR JORDAN RETRO XIII Low is also an original release from 1998, which had a re-release in 2005, and again in 2015.

Inspired by a panther, AIR JORDAN RETRO XIII bursts of animalistic designs. Tinker Hatfield crafted an astonishing sneaker inhibiting a paw-like sole and a hologram featured on the upper favoring an eye of a panther. Inside the hologram, a basketball, the Jumpman, and number 23 are visible. AIR JORDAN RETRO XIII delivers greatly featuring Nike Zoom technology and is popular among sneakerheads.

JORDAN 14 NIKE was Originally released from 1998-1999, and it was the first signature shoe to release after Michael Jordan retired from the NBA for the second time. Eightcolorways were released, with three of them low top. When looking back at a specific NIKE AIR JORDAN SHOES SALE, the 14 ranks near the top, as there really wasn’t a badcolorway released (debatable in regards to the lows). 

In the summer of 2000, Eastbay exclusively dropped the "UNC" player exclusive edition, which was a big surprise to everyone. After that, we waited five years for the first JORDAN 14 NIKE. That run lasted from September 2005 through March 2006, with both high and low tops released, as well as some women’s exclusives. The years 2008 saw the model return as a part of the Air Jordan 14/9 Collezione "Countdown" Package in a brand new colorway inspired by the black Chicago Bulls pinstripe jersey.

In 2011, JORDAN 14 NIKE Retro dropped in two colorways, including the second re-release of the original "Last Shots". A few months later, the OG white and red colorway was retroed for the second time. Multiple styles released again in 2014, including the original "Black Toes" in OG form. Last year, JORDAN 14 NIKE Retro Low returned for the first time since 2006, bringing back an OG colorway after sixteen years.