This Premium Air Jordan 1 Mid Packs In Golden Accents, Embroidered Swooshes, And More

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The Air Jordan 1 Mid‘s simple and loud colorways seemingly run in parallel to one another, the latter offering up one near immediately after the former. And now, only moments after the Varsity Purple Jordan 1 Mid‘s reveal, the silhouette has been seen in a diverse mixture of materials, colors, and luxurious accents.

Its base, which acts as the foundation for the bold accents layer atop, dress entirely in Sail shade, the tone worked into not only the smooth leathers at the forefoot but also the wide wale corduroy that furnishes the collar and tongue. Elsewhere, bold red overlays are paired atop, placed adjacent to the black neutrals that can be found at the laces, the branded patch, toe cap, and heel counter. Gum bottoms then complement below, while the blue-tinted swoosh finishes in a gilded thread like that of the gold Wings emblem and Jumpman print.

Grab a detailed look at these here and expect a release to hit Nike.com likely within the coming months.

In other news, geometric patterns are accent a Black/Gold Air Max 90.


UPDATE (04/21/2022):
A release date is expected on April 28th, 2022.

Air Jordan 1 Mid "Let(Her)Man"

SKU: DC1426-100
RELEASE DATE: Apr 28, 2022

US 04/28/2022 Thursday

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