Jordan Brand has been pushing the tempo lately for its modernized Air Jordan 1 High Zoom CMFT as it’s recently been uncovered in a luxe “Gold Laser” colorway as well in a heritage-inspired “Bred” palette. And with the Fall season starting to kick into gear, it appears that the silhouette is looking to pour out even more iterations to the market, one being this makeup that possesses all-green uppers.
Base layers lean on various shades of the vivid color, the most prominent being a shamrock-like hue which dumps onto the nubuck lateral and medial walls, toe boxes, tongues and ankle flaps. The laces supply some subtle contrasting as they appear with a teal-ish exterior while the tongue branding, ball-and-wings logos and the cut-out Swooshes are submerged in a muted olive tone. Inside the kicks, the insoles come branded with a black Jumpman logo. Lower portions of the shoes are presented with crispy white midsoles and treading that is dialed to a dark olive.
If you’re interested in beefing up your rotation with these, you can likely expect Nike to release them in the coming weeks for the usual $140 USD.
In other sneaker news, first images of the Air Jordan 1 Element GORE-TEX “Light Bone” have popped up.