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Levi’s and Jordan Team Up Again for a Second Drop

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Levi’s and Jordan are back together for the second drop of their coveted collaboration.

The iconic brands will release new colorways of the Jordan x Levi’s Air Jordan IV and the reversible Trucker jacket on June 30. The collaboration will be available at select Levi’s stores across the U.S. as well as stores in Mexico and Canada.

Modeled after the classic Jordan warm-up suit, the jacket turns inside out to reveal crinkle taffeta with a denim-accented collar and Flight Jumpman logos emblazoned on the back. Dark copper shank buttons are branded with Levi’s and Jordan logos along with a classic Levi’s leather patch on the back of the jacket and attached tag. The jacket retails for $180.

The new Jordan x Levi’s Air Jordan IV sneakers are constructed in both black and white denim with a leather patch on the tongue featuring the iconic Jumpman logo. Gold stitching and matching-color laces accompany Levi’s signature red tab. The sneakers retail for $225.

For the first time, the collaboration includes shoe sizing to accommodate women and children with sizes 3.5Y to 7Y.

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Jordan x Levi’s Levi's

At the time of the first drop in January, Levi’s global design director for men’s bottoms Steven Burns, said it was a great time to collaborate because there’s a lot of energy around both brands. Levi’s and Jordan aims to maintain that buzz. The second drop is already garnering attention on sneaker blogs and social media.

And Levi’s has had several months to prepare for better crowd control. The brand was forced to postpone the first drop after the New York Police Department dispersed the crowd waiting outside Levi’s SoHo store for safety reasons. Meanwhile, sneaker and denim heads camped outside of Levi’s San Francisco store, where resellers paid place holders to reserve additional spots in the line.