by Brendan Dunne

Jordan Brand's consumer research is causing a shift in their GS sizing - hopefully you saw the news yesterday that beginning in January, select GS sizes will be available all the way up to a women's U.S. 11.

There are a couple more Spring 2015 GS Air Jordans hiding in the official imagery from that release via the on-feet shots. As you can see, the Air Jordan 7 will be plenty busy next year with new colorways, and the Air Jordan 1 looks to continue its usual non-stop retro status. The notion of GS pairs extending even further up the size range has interesting implications for the pricing - keep in mind that a women's 11 is usually equivalent to a men's 9.5, so heads that can fit into that size could presumably save some money by grabbing these rather than men's sizes. Stay tuned to find out the pricing information and tell us in the comments if you're enticed by these Air Jordans.