Jordan Brand has prepped the Air Jordan 1 for inclement fall and winter weather with a new Acclimate model. Equal parts shoe and boot, the Air Jordan 1 Acclimate is a rugged take on Michael Jordan‘s first signature sneaker that boasts a season-specific construction with rubberized embellishments, a soft sherpa fleece lining and more.
As is fitting for a weatherproofed Air Jordan silhouette, the Acclimate has debuted in an all-black colorway. The forefoot and midfoot are made of glossy leather, with the standard toebox perforations sunken in and closed to prevent water from seeping through. The top three eyestays offer boot-like D-rings, the heel features a rubberized Air Jordan ball-and-wings badge and the collar features pockmarked detailing that’s somewhat reminiscent of the Air Jordan 13.
Tongues continue the dotted stylings found on the collar, and are equipped with a black rubber tag that boasts a white Jordan spellout. A shaggy black sherpa fleece provides both trim and lining, ensuring a warm and cozy fit. Down below, black rubber midsoles feature an extra layer of rubber foxing for durability. Traditional outsoles complete the look.
The Air Jordan 1 Acclimate has yet to receive an official release date or pricing information, but it’s likely to arrive this fall.
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