After an oddly long wait for the Air Jordan 30, Jordan Brand is wasting no time introducing the world to the Air Jordan 31. The next addition to the iconic line is slated for an early-September launch, meaning it won't be long until a first look surfaces.

In fact, information is already making rounds, giving us an idea of what to expect from the new model. For starters, the Jordan 31 will mark somewhat of a reset, incorporating plenty of Air Jordan 1 inspiration into its design. That can be seen in the leaked images below, which references the "Banned" Air Jordan ad and includes a refined "Wings" logo, presumably for the new shoe and campaign. Back in April, @baltsneakershow confirmed that "Bred" and "Fine Print" colorways would  get the launch underway, the former directly inherited from the original Air Jordan 1.

Air Jordan 31
via Hupu

Continuing to utilize the theme of flight, there will be some sort of eagle / bird-inspired design elements, including a graphic pattern. On the tech side, there's innovative woven construction, Flight Speed technology and TPU-stabilized Zoom cushioning.

Originally, Russell Westbrook was supposed to lead the Air Jordan 31 into the Olympics, but with his withdrawal, Chicago Bulls guard Jimmy Butler will be the face of the rollout, debuting the shoe on-court in Rio.

The Air Jordan 31 "Bred" and "Fine Print" are slated to release on Saturday, September 3. Word is we'll know more about the newest Jordan very soon — so make sure you're locked into Sole Collector for every update.

UPDATE 7/14: According to a Jordan Brand ad which aired during the 2016 ESPY Awards, the shoe will be unveiled on July 20. 

Air Jordan 31 "Bred"
Release Date: 09/03/16
Style #: 845037-001

Air Jordan 31 "Fine Print"
Release Date: 09/03/16
Style #: 845037-003