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The First Women’s Jordan OG Collaboration with Melody Ehsani

March 12, 2020 - The first Women’s Jordan OG collaboration with LA-based designer Melody Ehsani is rooted in bringing basketball to a new generation.

“The legacy [of the Women’s Air Jordan OG] speaks for itself,” says Ehsani. “It was an exciting time in history with the inception of the WNBA and all the incredible women who were coming into the game. The shoe is really an emblem of this moment, a first in many regards.”

Symbolizing women’s excellence on and off the court, the designer chose an updated approach to the Air Jordan OG SP x Melody Ehsani, and through a classic lens. The black and infrared shoe is highlighted by a cherry detailing — a symbol of abundance and closely associated with the goddess of fertility.

The Women’s Air Jordan OG SP x Melody Ehsani is available March 14 on Melody Ehsani's online store. The shoe will be available globally March 19 on Jordan.com and at select retailers.

February 12, 2016 - The Nike Flyknit Racer returns in one of its original colorways: Blue Cactus, which celebrates Abdi Abdirahman, the first marathoner to qualify for the games in the shoe.

February 09, 2016 - The Kobe Mentality 2 — featuring a Flyweave upper and full-length Lunarlon midsole — is now available in fierce purple/black/university gold.

February 08, 2016 - The Kobe Mentality 2 — featuring a Flyweave upper and full-length Lunarlon midsole — is now available in white/wolf grey/black.

February 04, 2016 - The Michigan State University Spartans will add these special KOBE 11 Elite PEs to their rotation through March Madness.

February 03, 2016 - The University of Kentucky's special KOBE 11 Elite PEs will soon take to the court.

February 02, 2016 - Duke University will play upcoming games in these special KOBE 11 Elite PEs.

February 01, 2016 - These special KOBE 11 Elite PEs for University of Oregon extend the Ducks' footwear options leading into March Madness.