One of the most popular Air Jordan 1 colourways in recent memory is the “Black And White” style that features a mix of black and white panels on a dark navy background.
Today, we look at another iteration of this popular style that retains the tribute design but updates it with new colours and graphics.
On a dark blue background, the new Air Jordan 1 Low “Black And White” has a mixed black and white strip pattern.
Below the panelling is light brown shoe leather, and the rest of the sneaker is finished in black.
The tongues are also composed of separate panels applied to either side of the LTD material used for your tongue straps, collar, and Air Jordan 1 heel tab.
Nike has always added their now-familiar tooling and embroidery and a white midsole that recalls the OG White/Black colourway of this classic Nike Air Jordan model.
Priced at $110, you’re looking at a good value for your buck on this upcoming low Top Sneaker release from Jordan Brand.
Air Jordan 1 Mid Flyered In Black & Yellow With Remaining 2 Other Colorways (Photos Via Sole Collector),
Yesterday, we brought you the first look at a potential upcoming Air Jordan 1 Flyer colourway,
That features a predominately black and yellow upper with two other colourways remaining to be seen.
Today, Sole Collector has leaked an official photoset of this possible AJ1 Flyer model, which showcases the shoes in both black and yellow.
The flywire material is featured prominently on these sneakers as it extends across the lateral side panels and appears on portions of the medial side panels.
This unique material seems to be a nod to Jordan Brand’s 20th Anniversary release of the Air Jordan 1 Flyer Low models,
It featured flywire material on each sneaker’s lateral and medial sides.
It is unclear if these upcoming AJ1 Flyers will have any other nods to celebration festivities but stay tuned for further updates as we get them.
The Jordan Premium Retro Strong OG “Allusion To Home” colourway was introduced in 2018, and it merged part of the “Chicago” with the opposite side of a “Bred.”
A numerical version was made for family members and friends, whereas a non-numbered model was made for the general public,
And a Royal edition was produced for brand VIPs.
That “Homage” design will be revived courtesy of the upcoming Air Jordan Low reissue.
The same reflection colour-blocking slashes through its ankle and then into the sole of the sneakers in black and white crushed leathers.
Like the originals, its two opposing sides were blended by a tucked seam design. Its white and black contrast informs us about the Air Force 1 “Scarface” that debuted in 2006,
This modern period version has significantly more differences.