Despite being the lesser favored model of the Air Jordan 1 lineage, the Air Jordan 1 Mid still continues to make a strong presence in the market with its output of many a different colorways. After getting styled to pay homage to the Levi’s x Air Jordan 1 “23/501” denim pack, its returning to the spotlight in the form of a clean “Electro Orange” colorway.
Just based off the way it blends together its vibrant titular hue with neutral tones, this pair is somewhat reminiscent of the “Syracuse” Nike Dunks that released earlier in the year. The overlays and ankle flaps are dyed with “Electro Orange” hue, and comes balanced out with crisp white that fill in the toe boxes, tongues, collars and mid-foot. Swooshes are also executed in white and come bordered with broken up stitching thats colored with its nominal shade. Smaller notes of black also get brought to the table and drop off on the Jumpman tongue logos and ball-and-wings embellishments. Down under, the bottoms are formed with colorless midsoles and a full “Electro Orange” outsole.
Nike Japan is slated to drop these come July 18 for ¥15,400 (approx. $140 USD).
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