Representing the very last shoe that Michael Jordan wore in an NBA game, the Air Jordan 18 Retro returned in September 2018 in this Racer Blue colorway. The luxurious suede upper reflects one of the silhouette’s primary inspirations—Italian driving shoes—while the translucent white midsole packs key performance benefits, including double-stacked Zoom Air cushioning and a carbon-fiber shank plate.
The Air Jordan 18 was the final shoe MJ wore on the court during his final season with the Washington Wizards. Over the years, the 18 has been criminally slept on, with releases taking place scarcely. In 2018, the Jumpman has plans to change that as the luxuriously-crafted signature sneaker has already released in two OG colorways, and is ready to be rolled out in three striking suede color schemes later this month. Dressed in Racer Blue, the iteration you see below is quite possibly the hero of the upcoming collection, as it comes adorned in the most wearable colorway of the three. Equipped with its customary removable shroud, its carbon fiber sole unit opts for a cloudy sail hue to provide contract to the otherwise tonal
As you can see this Air Jordan 18 comes highlighted with Racer Blue covering the upper while constructed with suede. The same shade is also applied to the branding. Other details includes White (Sail) on the heel and toe, a milky midsole, metal details and 4ME on the tongue.