The Air Jordan 1 Mid Gets a "Last Shot" Colorway

Honoring MJ’s game-winning shot that gave him his sixth ring.

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Although they aren’t the game-worn pair from Michael Jordan‘s 1998 NBA Finals victory with the Chicago Bulls, the Air Jordan 1 Mid makes for a sleek sneaker commemoration to honor the GOAT’s historic moment 20 years ago. Trailing behind the AJ14 and AJ32 Low iterations, the mid-top sneaker is now adorned in the “Last Shot” makeup comprised of black and red tones. Topping off the execution is the revered Wings logo in a bright Ferrari yellow shade on the lateral sides and bold red outsoles to boot.

View the Air Jordan 1 Mid “Last Shot” above and stay tuned for an official release on Nike’s online shop. In other Air Jordan news, the AJ2 “Melo” is set to make a return next month.

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