Even the Air Jordan 1 has yet to face a GORE-TEX or 3M™ Thinsulate™ makeover like its Nike Air Force 1 equivalent, the sneaker has recently been seen in an all-black ensemble seemingly modeled with cold weather in mind.
While not unknown to the Jordan 1 Mid, a triple-black silhouette has only appeared on the model in smooth and tumbled leather built up before. The former takes overs the upcoming kick’s classic overlays but sits atop a quilted base. Dissimilar to the ACG Moc 3.0 or MX-720-818, the modified, mid-top Jordan 1 boasts a noticeable, diamond-shaped arrangement across the forefoot, midfoot, and collar. Some units don’t indulge in any designs but revel in the versatile tonal color palette. The only touch of color that cuts in this retro is the white Jumpman logo on the sock liner.
A Nike.com release date is still to be decided, but this Jordan 1 Mid is expected to launch without any major hype before 2020 ends. Take a detailed look at the unique sneaker down below.
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