Patta x Jordan Brand collab confirmed

Following several months of speculation, Patta have finally confirmed that they will be collaborating with the Jordan Brand in the near future.

Back in November, several websites reported leaked news that Patta – a popular store in the heart of Amsterdam highlighting Dutch streetwear – will be working on a new collaboration with the Jordan Brand. The news originally came from trusted sneaker leaker @pyleaks who suggested that they would work with Nike to craft a pack of new Air Jordan 7 colorways.

Neither the Jordan Brand nor Patta opted to directly address the rumors. That is, until now.

The Amsterdam store brand decided to take to Instagram to confirm that they will, in fact, be working with Nike and its Jordan Brand. The Insta post was merely a tease for what is to come and failed to confirm or deny any of the rumors that have emerged over the past five months. However, this is the most we have seen in the last five months and for now, it is better than nothing. The poster teasing the collaboration can be viewed here right below.

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If the aforementioned rumors are anything to be believed, then we should be expecting the following colorways to drop in the collaboration’s hotly anticipated collection: one in Icicle/Sequoia-River Rock-Light Crimson colorway and the other in Shimmer/Mahogany Mink-Velvet Brown-Tough Red.

Again, neither brands unveiled any specific details regarding the collaboration and exactly what they have in store to unleash upon the world and ourselves. However, we have every intention of monitoring this situation closely and promise to provide follow-up reports on this site as more news reveal themselves.

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