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The Air Jordan 1 Mid “Brushstroke” Also Gets Covered In Paint Splatter

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Through this upcoming Air Jordan 1 Mid, the Jumpman is showing off their artistic side. With tools and palette in-hand, the imprint is replacing and improving on many of the silhouette’s less interesting details.

For instance, the Swoosh is long gone, swapped out for a more aesthetically pleasing, ink black brushstroke. Even the material the logo dresses is on-theme, its canvas like that of an artist’s own. Adjacent, tan suedes build out all of the overlays, flaunting far more aggressive artistry. Alongside their red contrast stitch, the panels and midsole are splattered with a number of primary paints.

For a better, closer look, check the official images below. A release is likely on the way to Nike.com and select retailers.

In other news, the Jordan Zion 1 is debuting tomorrow.

Air Jordan 1 Mid “Brushstroke”
Release Date: Upcoming 2021





Source: @long7ze