Go Behind Jordan Brand’s Retro Remaster Process

December 2nd, 2015 by / 0

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Launched in spring 2015, Jordan Brand’s “Retro Remaster” program continues to move forward with improved materials, colors, and details on retro releases.

And, as the brand transitions into the new year, that means diving into the Nike Archives to research the makeup of the original production models for accuracy. Once confirmed, the retros are handled by specialized workers in the factory to ensure concept becomes reality.

The next remastered retros – Air Jordan 6 “Maroon” (December 5th) and Air Jordan 4 “White/Cement” (February 13th) – are set to return with a key element featured on their original counterparts – Nike Air branding.

Find additional photos of the remaster process below.

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