Air Jordan is about to make a major change to the way its casual sneakers are sold.
According to a report from Air Jordans source Mashability, Air Jordan will be removing the tie dye and sweatshirt colors on all of its current releases, replacing them with a new, more neutral shade called “Dry,” and adding a brand new color called “Moss.”
The company also revealed that the brand will be making a few other changes to its current lines of sneakers.
First, the Air Jordan XI will be receiving a lighter gray color, while the Air Kobe X will be getting a darker shade called, “Teal.”
Next, the new Air Jordan 10 will be given a matte black color, as well as a more “trendy” shade called the “Terrace,” as well.
These changes will take effect on December 18, 2019.
This article originally appeared on Mashable.