Arguably one of the rarest Air Jordan 1s around, the “Marquette” draws inspiration from the private Jesuit research university and health sciences college in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. It adopts the institution’s blue and yellow color scheme, applying this to cracked leather, faux croc, and faux stingray materials on its uppers.
The upper is split between light blue and navy blue, which is offset with touches of yellow which highlight the wings logo on the collar and the Nike Air branding on the tongue. Elsewhere, the sneaker presents a white midsole and a yellow outsole, as well a left-foot tongue tag that sports the Marquette University’s logo.
Take a closer look at Jordan Brand‘s AJ1 “Marquette” PE in the gallery above.
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