At last night's event in Las Vegas, Jordan Brand officially unveiled the next chapter of Michael Jordan's signature line, the Air Jordan 31. The big reveal focused primarily on the "Banned" colorway, as it ties into the sneakers inspiration- the original Air Jordan 1 from 1985. 

Additionally, Jordan Brand debuted two other Air Jordan 31 designs, both of which serve are inspired by the upcoming Summer Olympic games in Rio.

The "USA" Air Jordan 31 is one we caught a glimpse of earlier in the week courtesy of Jimmy Butler and Carmelo Anthony, who have been wearing the patriotic Js during Team USA functions. The other colorway is a bright blue and green "Rio" edition.

Both pairs of the Air Jordan 31 are currently listed as "coming soon," while the "Banned" AJ XXXI is scheduled to drop on September 3rd- all will retail for $185.