When it comes down to all of the retro models that are listed in the Jordan Brand arsenal, most sneakerheads of this generation will tell you that the Air Jordan 1 would certainly win the popularity contest. And throughout the remaining months of this year, the Beaverton sportswear brand has intentions of supplying its fans with a barrage of new colorways, one being this Air Jordan 1 High “Handcrafted” colorway that has just emerged.
This forthcoming design features a dichotomy of both earthy tones and colorful accents. Its ensemble mainly relies on the former for styling as “Archaeo Brown” drenches the smooth suede ankle flaps as well as the overlays that attach to the forefoot and around the toe boxes. Other neutral tones are present on this offering such as a clean white that outfits the quarters, black which touches the Swooshes and a lighter gray overlay that divides the collars and the lower heels. Vivid accents of a berry-like purple coat the rear while a fluorescent orange pokes out through the laces. Finally, a sliver of forest green is ushered in by dropping off on the overlays that sit closest to the throat.
As of now, these are scheduled to drop in December 2021, but Nike hasn’t confirmed this just yet.
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