Best Jordan Collabs 2024

A red and white high-top Jordan 1 featuring red laces and an oversized black Swoosh down the side.
Credit: Nike

A red and white high-top Jordan 1 featuring red laces and an oversized black Swoosh down the side.
Credit: Nike

It's been an exciting time in the world of sneakers, particularly when it comes to collaborations. As a sneakerhead though, you may be wondering what the best Jordan collabs are right now.

Fortunately, we've picked out some of our favourite sneakers that have dropped over the last year or so, with the focus of our selection being bespoke designs as well as some of the hype that surrounded each shoe when they were released.

Unsurprisingly, there are plenty of great sneaker collaborations from a long list of amazing Air Jordans to choose from, especially with the Jordan line now into its 38th model. Unfortunately, that means some honourable mentions didn't quite make the cut. That said, the selection we have put together includes, in our opinion, the very best Jordan collabs around at the moment, although make sure you stay tuned as there are still plenty of collabs to come this year.

From "Olive" Travis Scott Jordan 1s to some of the best sneaker collabs in general, we've got you covered. With that in mind, let's get into our list...

Best Jordan collabs

  1. Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 Low "Olive"
  2. A Ma Maniére x Air Jordan 12 "White and Burgundy Crush"
  3. Nike SB x Air Jordan 4 "Pine Green"
  4. Teyana Taylor x Jordan 1 High Zoom Air CMFT 2 "A Rose From Harlem"
  5. Union LA x Air Jordan 1 KO Low “Sail”
  6. J Balvin x Air Jordan 3 "Sunset"
Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 Low product image of a sail, off-white, olive, and black low-top featuring red Nike branding on the tongues.
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1. Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 Low "Olive"

Without a doubt, one of the most hyped and sought-after Jordan collaborations released over the last year was the "Olive" Travis Scott 1s.

Building on the success of Scott's previous "Black Phantom" collaboration, these sneakers are specifically designed in women's sizing and boast a completely fresh colour scheme from what we'd seen prior.

Crafted with sail leather and black nubuck uppers, they showcase Travis's distinctive reverse Nike Swoosh in an appealing olive green shade. The aged midsole, resting atop an olive green outsole, adds a touch of character, while the bright red branding completes the overall aesthetic.

On the whole, these sneakers are nothing short of exceptional. So, if you're keen on expanding your collection with a new Jordan 1 Low, we highly recommend checking out the "Olive" Travis Scott 1s.

A Ma Maniére x Air Jordan 12 product image of a white sneaker with burgundy suede overlays.
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2. A Ma Maniére x Air Jordan 12 "White and Burgundy Crush"

After putting out numerous successful collaborations back in 2021 and 2022, the Atlanata-based boutique A Ma Maniére launched yet another amazing sneaker with Jordan in 2023 in this "White and Burgundy Crush" Jordan 12.

A Ma Maniére brought what made its previous collaborations so great forward to this design, namely the burgundy suede mudguards to match the slightly darker soles.

The rest of the sneaker is dressed in white, although you will find several metallic bronze accents, including the lace hooks and the Jumpman branded panels along the sides.

On the whole, we'd say this A Ma Maniére Jordan would make for a great addition to any sneaker collection. Also, there's a black variation available as well if white isn't your colour.

Nike SB x Air Jordan 4 "Pine Green" product image of a white and grey suede sneaker with green accents and gum soles.
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Credit: Nike

3. Nike SB x Air Jordan 4 "Pine Green"

Okay, this one may not exactly count as a true Jordan collaboration as it all falls under the Nike umbrella. However, we're such a big fan of this Nike SB x Air Jordan 4 team-up that we just had to feature it here.

Nike's SB department has gone to town updating Tinker Hatfield's legendary Jordan 4 model with a brand new look. However, none of what makes the Jordan 4 silhouette so great has been lost during the transformation.

For example, you still get the same overall shape, along with familiar lace loops, heel tabs, etc. However, some of the finer details have been altered, like the heel has been branded with a giant Nike SB logo rather than the usual Jumpman.

The biggest transformation though is the outsole. Nike SB has added zonal gum rubber to provide traction where you need it most when skating. As a result, this SB Jordan 4 is up there as one of the best skate shoes on the market right now, and is an all-around great "collaboration".

Teyana Taylor x Jordan 1 High Zoom Air CMFT 2 "A Rose From Harlem" product image of a red and white high-top featuring yellow laces and green spikes off the inside Swoosh.
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4. Teyana Taylor x Jordan 1 High Zoom Air CMFT 2 "A Rose From Harlem"

The Teyana Taylor "A Rose From Harlem" Jordan 1 was one of the most hotly anticipated releases of the year before its arrival in June 2023.

This extraordinary collaboration exudes the vibrancy of her Harlem origins, but ties into the classic "Chicago" Jordan 1 design. For instance, it is mostly red and white, like the "Chicago", but then goes a step further by introducing yellow laces and exaggerated black Swooshes, with the medial Swooshes featuring green, thorn-like spikes, much like a rose.

Other details include the clearly visible zig-zag stitching and the “TEY” branding on the left tongue tag, an obvious nod to the American singer.

With the inclusion of Zoom Air units in the midsoles as well, these sneakers not only deliver unparalleled style but also offer exceptional comfort, making them a great option to have as part of your sneaker collection.

Union LA x Air Jordan 1 KO Low “Sail” product image of a Sail, Muslin, and Neutral Grey low-top featuring navy Swooshes.
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5. Union LA x Air Jordan 1 KO Low “Sail”

The Union LA x Air Jordan 1 KO is another stunning collaboration between two brands that have worked together almost countless times in the past, resulting in a stylish, unique sneaker that fits with almost any occasion.

The sail canvas upper is accompanied by matching overlays, creating a cohesive look, while the Nike Swoosh stands out with its darker hue almost purple hue.

To highlight the collaboration, the shoe incorporates a UN/LA tag, with the Union LA monogram uniquely positioned behind the comma. Additionally, the forefoot showcases vibrant orange stitching, injecting a burst of colour into what is a fairly neutral sneaker.

Overall, this Jordan 1 collaboration is exceptional, and the fact that it is a unique KO edition further enhances its appeal.

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J Balvin x Air Jordan 3 "Sunset" product image of a cream sneaker featuring purple, pink, and yellow gradient details around the heel like a sunrise.
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Credit: Nike

6. J Balvin x Air Jordan 3 "Sunset"

J Balvin has had his fair share of Jordan collaborations over the years, with the Colombian singer rarely missing when it comes to his designs. The "Sunset" Jordan 3 is no exception, bringing a vibrant energy to the classic '80s basketball shoe.

With an ivory-coloured upper, the sneaker showcases tonal elephant print overlays at the forefoot and heel - a detail synonymous with the Jordan 3 model. However, the sneaker draws inspiration from the mesmerising sunset of the Medellín sky by integrating yellow eyelets and a multicoloured TPU heel element that transitions from a deep purplish tone into yellow once again.

The result is a Jordan 3 that serves as a harmonious fusion of culture, music, and basketball heritage, elevating it to become one of the best Jordan collabs around right now. It's a bold entry, but one that ties in nicely with the hugely popular J Balvin and his brand and fashion sense.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

A ton of questions usually pop up when searching for the best Jordan sneakers. Don't worry though because we've answered some of the most commonly asked queries right here.

Where can you buy Jordan collabs?

Most Jordan collabs tend to be released via Nike, the company behind the Jordan line, and through any brand it's working with for the collaboration.

Nike also has a SNKRS launch page that highlights some of the most hotly anticipated drops in its pipeline. That said, we try to cover these drops ahead of time on RealKit. So, if you're looking for the latest Jordans, make sure you check in with us to see what's on the horizon.

You may find some of the most popular Jordan collaborations sell out fast. If so, then we'd recommend checking out resale marketplaces like StockX or GOAT if you're itching to get your hands on a specific set of sneakers.

Both companies authenticate every purchase you make to ensure the second-hand shoes you're buying are legitimate to stop you from spending money on counterfeits.

For more information on this, make sure you check out our list of the best places to buy sneakers and Jordans right here.

When are Jordan collabs released?

It's difficult to predict when new Jordan collaborations will be released as they often seem to be revealed and launched without a clear timeline.

However, certain collaborations may coincide with specific holidays, seasons, or events. For example, a music artist may launch a Jordan collaboration at the beginning of a tour, or Nike may unveil a partnership that relates to the festive season.

That said, it has become evident that Jordan is not hesitant to collaborate with other brands, so there's definitely no shortage of great partnerships to look forward to in the future.

Are Jordan collabs available in all sizes?

Typically speaking, Jordan collabs are available in a wide range of sizes, usually ranging from Men's 3.5 US (Women's 5) to Men's 16 US (Women's 17.6).

That said, these sizes can vary from time to time, with some of the smaller and larger sizes occasionally not available. Also, sometimes a Jordan collab will be released as a women's exclusive, meaning men's sizes are not available.

In terms of children's sizes, well this varies from collab to collab. Kids sizes are usually far less common, but it's worth checking Nike's website just in case if you're after a particular Jordan collab

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