Jordan Brand typically keeps a busy agenda during the holidays by lining up a healthy crop of retro releases, and this December we’re going to see the highly-anticipated return of the Air Jordan 11 “Cool Grey” along with a handsome batch of Air Jordan 1s. Of the latter, one of the colorways that will be making its way to the shelves is the Air Jordan 1 High “Hand Crafted” which has just popped up by way of official imagery.
Much like the Air Jordan 1 High “Bio Hack” that released in September 2020, this newest variation comes packaged with multi-colored panels that mix between neutral tones and vibrant accents. Overlays come treated with various colors, the most prominent being the forefoot which is supplied with an “Archaeo Brown” hue. Adjacent to this comes forest green overlays on the throat, plum-like panels for the lower heel, solid black Swooshes, collars and tongues, and chocolate brown ankle flaps. Additionally, the Nike Air tongue branding and laces closest to the ankle are dyed with a fluorescent orange and bold contrasting white stitches appear on the borders of each base layer panel. Wings logos appear slightly differently here as they arrive in the form of a patch instead of their usual embroidered aesthetic.
The lower region of the shoes is crafted with all-white midsoles and dark brown treading to complete its earthy arrangement. These are slated to drop on December 18 via Nike and other shops for the usual $170 USD.
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