At PUSHAS, we get to see first hand what sneakers are moving the most.
It's June 2020 and we've collated the most popular Jordans in 2020 so far for the first half of the year.
We decide to exclude collaborations from our list.
Without further ado, here's the top 5 most popular Jordans for the first half of 2020 in no particular order.
Jordan 1 Retro Pine Green 2.0
The AJ1 Pine Greens are a redesign of the original Pine Greens released back in 2018.
These take on a modified look of the Black Toe design, which was first introduced back in 1985.
The sneaker features durable leather uppers with eyelet straps, pine green and black colorways and redesigned take on the Jordan wings logo.
They're understated without losing their hype. You can see why these are selling so well.
Jordan 5 Retro Fire Red
Jordan 5 Fire Red has an all-white leather upper with a contrasting black sole, along with fire red detailing.
This is the fourth iteration from the original fire red colourway released in 1990.
The silver reflective tongue along with the translucent outsole completes the timeless design.
They're something different from the standard Jordan 1s that many are buying, and great addition to your collection if you love white sneakers.
Jordan 1 Retro Court Purple 2.0
The Court Purples follow similar design cues to the Chicago 1, replacing the iconic red with court purple.
It differentiates itself from the previous court purple 1.0 as the toe box is updated from black to purple.
It also features a black swoosh, contrasting from the white leather, and matching black laces.
They're the perfect shade of purple and are a statement sneaker that will make any outfit straight fire.
Jordan 1 Retro Obsidian UNC
The Obsidian UNC features similar designs to the UNC patent that was released in February 2019.
This features an updated leather construction, on a timeless silhouette.
At first, this sneaker was thought to be a brick but now every Instagram-bae wants em.
Prices are skyrocketing!
Jordan 1 Retro Royal Toe
The Air Jordan 1 Royal Toes features a premium mix of white, black and game royal blue to the all leather uppers.
The sneakers also have a padded black nylon tongue, with a contrasting white Nike Air tag and matching white Jordan Wings logo.
These are probably one of the most hyped Jordan 1s to have released so far.
Prices will continue to rise. We wouldn't be surprised if these start pushing $700+ by the end of the year.
They're a versatile Jordan that look good on every occasion.
As you can see, the Jordan 1 silhouette is killing it this year. This is probably due to the new Netflix Documentary on Michael Jordan 'The Last Dance'.
We love the hype though. We've always been trying to push Jordans in Australia. We're glad Jordans are now getting the love they deserve.