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Orange Air Jordans: The Best Orange Jordans to Buy Right Now

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Best Orange Jordans RAYDAR

During the last several years, orange Jordans have seen a revival in the creative world of sneakers. Especially with the “Shattered Backboard” series of Air Jordan releases, it has become a hot commodity in the footwear community.

When it comes to styling orange sneakers, you can’t go wrong with pairing them with a classic white or black tee and jeans. You can’t go wrong with a white or black top and pants while rocking a pair of orange shoes. Nonetheless, there are a plethora of alternative options to round out your ensemble. The combination of a black graphic tee with orange sweatpants or cargos is a classic. Meanwhile, depending on how you style it, the pairing of dark green sweats with a white long sleeve can have several undertones. Ultimately, choose an outfit that complements your own taste without compromising on either comfort or aesthetics

The transition into the colder months makes the citrusy tone ideal for a wide range of seasonal ensembles. We’ve rounded up some of the greatest orange Jordans currently available online, from highly anticipated drops to understated debuts.

Air Jordan 1 Shattered Backboard

In 1985, while playing in Europe, Michael Jordan smashed a backboard with a tremendous slam while decked out in Nike’s signature orange, black, and white colors. This Air Jordan 1 “Shattered Backboard” shoe debuted in 2015 to pay homage to the historic game and the footwear brand’s uniform. A “Shattered Backboard Away” edition of the Air Jordan 1 followed shortly afterward, dropping in the fall of 2016. The footwear still has the signature black Nike laces and swoosh, but the orange toe box and black accents have been replaced with white.

Since its debut, this particular colorway of the Air Jordan 1 has been highly coveted by sneakerheads everywhere. Whether it be adding a dash of color to your outfit or putting together an autumn-ready ensemble, these pair incredibly well with black stacked jeans.

Air Jordan 13 Retro Starfish

The Air Jordan 13 “Starfish” colorway is one of Jordan Brand’s new year’s entries into the 2021 release calendar, which already boasted a dazzling range of releases.

The scuffed leather side panels are left intact to reveal a clean white upper, while the titular “Starfish” embellishments, made famous by the Air Jordan 1 High “Shattered Backboard” series, are positioned throughout the suede mudguards, midsoles, and heels. Green is the standard color for the panther eye holographic emblem worn on the ankle.

In between, the sock liners and the outside edges of the outsoles are given a chic black treatment. Plus, the tongues and insoles are branded with the Jumpman logo, the former in a similar “Starfish” hue and the latter in black.

Air Jordan 3 Retro Laser Orange

Pulling influence from OG colorways, the women’s exclusive Air Jordan 3 Retro “Laser Orange” adds a splash of color to an otherwise understated silhouette. An embossed Jumpman logo appears on the molded heel panel of the AJ3, which is complemented by the shoe’s trademark elephant print overlays. In keeping with the color scheme established by the wedge in the midsole and the eyelets at the bottom of the shoe, an additional Jumpman logo is embroidered in the titular laser orange hue on the tongue.

Similar to previous Air Jordan 3 releases, this pair has a smooth leather tongue without the signature piping at the tip. However, the Jumpman logo on the tongue has been simplified to a more traditional 2D embroidery. In other respects, they are identical, down to the black Jumpman logo on the heels, laser orange-lined tongues, and unique elephant print packaging.

Air Jordan 4 Flyknit Total Orange

In 2020, Air Jordan 4 Flyknit debuted in a quadruple set of region-exclusive hues, in addition to previously announced red, blue, and volt iterations. In addition to the aforementioned, it appeared in a vibrant orange hue. These colorful AJ4s are a nod to the original Air Jordan 4’s design by incorporating a variety of knit patterns onto the upper; they also retain certain classic details, such as the shoe’s plastic wings and heel tab. 

A textured rubber tongue patch takes the place of the usual fabric one, and the peach theme is carried over to the midsole and outsole, which also have glossy and opaque accents, respectively, to complete the shoe’s eye-catching design. The single point of visual contrast is a black Jumpman logo on the inside of the shoe.

Air Jordan 4 Retro Starfish

The Air Jordan 4 Retro ‘Starfish’ is a modern take on a classic design that takes design cues from the spacesuits used by astronauts. The upper is crafted from black metallic mesh, with the titular starfish orange underlays that stick out because to the sneaker’s unfinished edges.

The TPU wings and heel tab are matte black, while the raised Jumpman arrives in light grey. The woven label sewn into the top of the tongue’s exposed foam features a second Jumpman. Starfish orange accents continue underfoot, bringing the color scheme from the upper to the rubber outsole.

Jordan Zion 2 Hyper Crimson

Since its release earlier this year, the Jordan Zion 2 has been reimagined in many different color schemes. The most recent take, “Hyper Crimson,” is the most vibrant iteration of the model.

Unlike their predecessors, which went for a more subdued color scheme, these shoes go all out with the hue for which they are named. The majority of the shoe, including the midsole, mesh foundation, and glossy, patent leather overlays, are dressed in a warm tone, while the logo and outsole are a complementary light blue.