The Air Jordan 1 Mid Dresses Up In “White/Black/Court Purple”

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As NIKE, Inc. continues to go through its Jordan release dates 2022, the North American conglomerate has expanded several legacies via new, refreshing styles of decades-old designs. Among them, the Air Jordan 1 Mid, which has recently emerged in a new “White,” “Black” and “Court Purple” colorway.

Akin to some of the Jordan 1‘s most beloved releases of the last 37 years, base layers on the upcoming sneakers indulge in a “colorless” smooth leather that allows for overlays and accompanying accents to revel in the spotlight. Panels around the toe, along the tongue and across the heel deviate in stark “Black” contrast, though purple interrupts the arrangement via the profile swooshes and collar underlays. Branding on the tongue label and lateral ankle flap also indulge in “Court Purple” flair, as does the mid-top silhouette’s tread underfoot.

Enjoy official images of the retro ahead, and anticipate a Nike.com launch sometime during the summer.

For more from under the “Jumpman” banner, check out the Jordan 13 “Brave Blue” expected to drop in April.


Air Jordan 1 Mid

SKU: 554724-095
RELEASE DATE: May 8, 2023

US 05/08/2023 Monday

Retailer Time Shipping Release type Status Reminder
Nikestore US N/A North America Only Standard Check Site -
Shiekh 10:00 North America Only Standard Check Site -

Images: Nike

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