Make Foot Locker your one stop shop for Nike Jordans in Australia.
We stock both new and retro Nike Jordans across the full men’s and women’s range. Our extensive collection is sure to include the exact model or type of Air Jordan shoes that you’re after.
Browse our Range of Nike Jordans Online
Are you not sure where to start? We recommend browsing our popular Jordan Retro 1, Jordan Retro 4, Jordan OGs, Max 200 or Aerospace 720 or models. These are some of Foot Locker’s best sellers within the Nike Air Jordan collection. These popular kicks are famous for their latest innovations and timeless style.
If on the other hand you’re a seasoned Nike Jordan collector, then use the filters to the left and find the latest model to add to your collection. You can even see which of our Jordans are on sale right now to grab the bargain you’ve been looking for.
Foot Locker Australia stocks not only Nike Jordan shoes, but a whole range of Jordan accessories. Check out our selection of Jordan t-shirts, hats, jackets and gift packs to complete the look.
When you think Nike Air Jordans in Australia, then you’ve got to think Foot Locker.
Buy Nike Jordans Online
The entire collection of Nike Air Jordans are now right at your fingertips thanks to Foot Locker Australia.
Spend some time browsing the range on this page, confident that you’re shopping safely and securely online with Foot Locker.
While you also have the option of stopping by a Foot Locker retail store near you, one advantage of buying Nike Jordans online is that we include free shipping and returns on all orders over $150.
Nike Jordan Frequently Asked Questions
How many types of Nike Jordans are there?
There are multiple different types and models of Nike Jordans – 26 different signature pairs, to be precise.
The Nike and Air Jordan brands have become so iconic that they’ve transcended from a basketball shoe to an icon of pop culture. This is shown by the ever increasing hype around not only each new release of Nike Jordans, but by the collector driven market.
Are Jordans the same as Nike?
Jordans remain a subsidiary of Nike, but the brand has broken away to forge their own identity.
It’s interesting to note that Nike has always owned the brand, not Michael Jordan himself. Michael does however receive a hefty percentage of the revenue generated from Air Jordan sales.
To put into perspective just how popular Nike Air Jordans are, royalties from Air Jordan sales currently make up over 90% of Michael’s annual income.
Why did Michael Jordan sign with Nike?
The story of why Michael Jordan signed with Nike in the first place is a doozy.
Michael was actually going to sign with Adidas, the brand that at the time he wore and loved. It was however a chat with his mother which got him to at least meet with Nike and hear them out.
From there, the rest is history. Nike offered a long term deal as well as his own Nike Jordan shoes. Thanks Mum.