December 25, 2010 BY Aaron Hope
Take the colorway that Michael Jordan made into the basketball palette and apply it to the sneaker who’s had more releases than any other, and what do you get? One shoe that gives you two big reasons Nike rose to dominate the basketball sneaker game in the ’80s and ’90s, a bred Nike Air Force 1 Low. These joints are classic in every sense of the word, relying on the AF1’s simple lines for a high-contrast look that typifies this year of two-toned releases. Particularly interesting is the contrast of black leather to glossy, texturized red sections, an effect that serves to make the black deeper and the red more vivid. An icon of Nike’s basketball excellence, these joints just popped up at JD Sports.