Even though there have been no hints about a potential date for its Jordan release 2016, the official unveiling of the Air Jordan 30 will take place on January 14th, as per Jordan Brand’s schedule. Jordan Brand revealed this crucial detail in an official teaser video that was released during the final week of December of the previous year and can be viewed online. However, it seems that a leak has taken place and this could be the actual, finalized Air Jordan 30 iteration that will likely be making its retail debut very soon, this very year.
Until recently, there was a shortage of design details of the Air Jordan 30, apart from a pixelated photo of an early sample, which was also possibly leaked rather than officially released. The promotional teaser dubs the Air Jordan 30 as “The Next Frontier of Flight.” The video showcased a galaxy-like theme, a hint to what the debuting colorway of the latest Air Jordan silhouette could look like, and the photo that has been leaked suggests that this is indeed the case. The biggest detail that became known through this video is that Jordan Brand has set January 14th as the date when the Air Jordan 30 will be unveiled in Chicago.
It is unlikely that this was supposed to happen, but the photo of an advertisement poster of the Air Jordan 30 has been leaked online. The left side of the poster features Michael Jordan’s silhouette, in an almost Jumpman-like pose and covered in similar galaxy graphics that were showcased in the teaser video. The Air Jordan 30 itself, in what could be its very first colorway, can be seen quite clearly in the middle of the poster, sporting a blue and white colorscheme with the same galaxy graphics making an appearance again.
Just because this poster has been leaked does not likely mean that Jordan Brand might decide to unveil the Air Jordan 30 right away, so Jordanheads will have to continue waiting for January 14th. However, now they have a clue of what the sneaker will look like and its Jordan release 2016 can also be expected to happen in the coming months.