The Air Jordan 1 High Elevate Goes Bold In “Hyper Royal”

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Women sneaker enthusiasts have been treated by Jordan Brand over the last handful of years. Case in point?: The Air Jordan 1 High Elevate, which recently emerged with “Hyper Royal” flair.

Base layers on the newly-surfaced women’s Air Jordan take on a pitch-“Black” finish that allows for the slightest of contrast to revel in the spotlight. Panels around the toe, along the tongue and throughout the heel, then, boast the sneaker’s titular tone, which surely draws inspiration from the silhouette’s debut “Royal” style from 1985. “Wings” insignias on the lateral ankle flap opt for a non-detailed look; branding on the top of the tongue disappears for a minimalist aesthetic. Underfoot, however, things get overwhelming as the sole unit opts for an enlarged modification that elevates the Air Jordan 1 to new heights.

No firm launch date has been disclosed by the brand yet, but that’s likely to change soon. In the meantime, enjoy official images of the pair ahead.

For more from the Jumpman family, check out the Air Jordan 11 “Cherry” set to release in December.

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