Jordan Brand will be celebrating its 30th anniversary next spring in an epic way. The entire retro line, starting with the IV, VII, and X, will be re-released in a completely different manner that emphasizes quality construction and materials. The aim will be to produce product that is more accurate in appearance to the O.G. design.

Such major changes in quality will obviously impact price and Jordan Brand estimates there will be a 10-15 percent price increase depending on the model.

To find out more about these future plans, read Sole Collector's in-depth interview with Dave Schechter, VP of Jordan Footwear, and Jeff Atienza, Jordan Brand Product Line Manager.

[via Sole Collector]