As you know, 2018 has been one of the busiest years on record in the history of the timeless Air Jordan 1. Between original colorway drops, remixed takes on fan-favorites, and high profile collaborations with industry heavy hitters such as Union and even Paris-Saint Germain, it seems like there is a must-have AJ1 dropping just about every month – if not more. Beyond that, the oft-slept on Jordan 1 Mid is enjoying its own bustling campaign, with a bounty of in-line releases with flavorful color schemes that often times harken back to its “big brother” of sorts.
Dressed in a vibrant array of vivid hues including teal, purple, red, and golden yellow, this upcoming offering touches on the more playful and audacious end in contrast with previous understated versions such as the white/black/silver that just recently hit stores.
With traces of the model’s OG “Bred” (aka “Banned”) colorway at the toe and collar, the rest of the sneaker combines a white side panel with accents of blue, yellow, and teal, the last of which also colors the midsole’s contrast stitching. Beyond the variety of colors, this pair employs a mix of materials, alternating between leather and nubuck.