A “Pastel Grape” Emerges On The Air Jordan 1 Method Of Make

Soothing Spring/Summer shades make an appearance.

A “Pastel Grape” Emerges On The Air Jordan 1 Method Of Make

Immortalized by 1990’s Air Jordan 5, the “Grape” colorway has played a major role in popularizing non-Bulls colorways of Air Jordans. That blend of teal and purple gave us a first glimpse of what Jordans would look like off the court, and doing so allowed Jordan Brand to branch off into its own lane and carve out a major niche in sneaker culture.

That same pairing has appeared in the women’s only Air Jordan 1 Method Of Make, but bearing a color skew towards muted pastels. Rather than a deep purple and rich teal, we’re left with a soft light violet and a minty green with a touch of seafoam. As its base is the popular Sail shade, lending the pre-aged aesthetic to this elevated execution on the Air Jordan 1.

This latest women’s exclusive is expected to arrive on Nike.com and partnering Jordan retailers soon for $155; stay tuned for updates to our Jordan Release Dates 2024 page.

Not a fan of bold and beautiful colors? Here’s some news about 2025’s Air Jordan 3 “Black Cat”.

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