In the remaining months of 2021, Jordan Brand has plans to release a plethora of new footwear collaborations to the public, one of which will be a brand new offering with SoleFly — an apparel and footwear retailer that’s based in South Miami. After commemorating the Air Jordan 10’s anniversary in 2020 with a neutral-toned collaboration, the Floridian store is now cooking up an Air Jordan 1 Low that references two pieces of Nike‘s catalog.
Leading the way for this design is a stark black hue which swathes the suede quarter panels Swooshes, tongues, laces, and the heel overlays. Across the toe boxes comes a bold red suede that is surrounded with animal prints to call out the Nike SB Dunk Low “Bison” from 1993. The heels are outfitted with a beige overlay that’s decorated with tonal patterns that channel a similar look to the Nike Air Carnivore. Additionally, the heel branding splits between the SoleFly logo on the left side and the traditional ball-and-wings Jordan Brand insignia on the right. Downstairs, the kicks are rounded off with all-black midsoles and a gum outsole.
No release info has surfaced just yet, but you can likely see these dropping later in 2021.
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