Nike's been making a splash in preparation for the 2014 World Cup, debuting uniform kits, and a full collection of boots for players to wear on the field when competition begins this Thursday. Nike's partner in crime, Jordan Brand, is joining the World Cup fun by debuting a special collection of apparel and the Brazil Pack, consisting of the Air Jordan VI, Jordan CP3.VII AE.
Aptly named the Brazil Pack, the Air Jordan VI and CP3.VII AE colorways are inspired by the Brazilian flag, coming in all black with hints of green and yellow throughout both shoes. The Jordan CP3.VII AE features a no-sew construction with exposed dynamic Flywire technology for a locked down fit. The other shoe in the pack, the Air Jordan VI, is one of the most iconic in the Jumpman's arsenal and is made from the finest materials including premuim full-grain nubuck and suede leather.
Jordan Brand is also releasing a full collection of apparel, complete with a sleeveless hoodie, varsity jacket, hybrid jersey, elephant print tank, elephant fade tee, basketball shorts as well as socks, snapback caps and a scarf. The highlight of the apparel collection is the varsity jacket, which features Michael Jordan’s accolades and celebrates Brazil’s quest for their sixth World Cup championship.
The apparel collection will be available on June 12 at select retail stores and at Jordan, while the Jordan Brazil Pack drops June 21 for a suggested retail price of $500.