The Jordan Series Mid Returns Emboldened By “Mantra Orange”

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The mid-cut of Jordan Brand’s fashion forward model has been extremely selective throughout the year, seeing less than a handful of propositions release just a few months removed from the end of 2022. The onset of fall weather however, provides the opportune time for the Jordan Series Mid to return after collaborating with Maison Château Rouge in June.

With its fabric construction remaining disparate on each subsequent pair, the latest offering utilizes a tight knit nylon across the forefoot and debossed heel counter rendered in a vibrant “Mantra Orange” while the midfoot and collar proffers a light cream suede. A mauve hue fills the laces presiding above the forefoots color-matched mesh tongue fitted with a white Jumpman tag up top. Underfoot, the model is concluded with a clad white midsole that mirrors the inner lining above whereas the tread is outfitted in gum and a seldom titular red touch.

Enjoy official images of the Jordan Series Mid “Mantra Orange” below while we sit tight on further release details as they’re made available by the brand.

In other news, RJ Barrett is receiving a Players Exclusive Puma Fusion Nitro that pays homage to both his Duke and Canadian roots.

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