Here's An Official Look at the Air Jordan 1 "Bio Hack"

Bright accents mixed with earthy panels.

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Nike has offered an official look at the Air Jordan 1 “Bio Hack.” After unveiling the “Nothing But Net” colorway just last week, Jordan Brand has delivered a new iteration of the court classics, dressed in an unmissable mix of vibrant summer palettes.

The shoe comes with a bright tangerine-colored tongue, complete with a woven patch logo featuring pink “Nike” branding that matches the hue of the inner collars. Black laces cover the forefoot, complemented by a dark leather “Baroque Brown” rear quarter panel, black sidewalls and a contrasting silver-toned Swoosh. Navy eyelet panels outline the forefoot, while a light turquoise toebox rounds off the uppers’ boisterous design. All of these details rest over a cool mint-green midsole, tapering subtly towards the forefoot for a sleek look and feel.

The Air Jordan 1 “Bio Hack” will be available on September 4, 10 p.m. EDT on Nike’s website for $170 USD.

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