The Air Jordan 1 High Zoom CMFT is important to the Jordan Brand family and its fans because it offers the shape and feel of the original Air Jordan 1 model, but with slight alterations that make it more modern. Since its inception, the silhouette has been fashioned in a surplus of new colorways and materials, the latest being this orange and black installment that has emerged just in time for Fall.
Various types of pumpkin spice latte-esque oranges stand out on this lifestyle iteration, the most prominent being a dustier shade that pours onto the suede overlays nearest the throat, forefoot, lower heels and the ankle flaps while the darker hue lands on the collars. Next in line is a pitch black tone which wraps the nubuck toe boxes, quarter paneling, laces, tongues and the ball-and-wings embellishments. Hits of white also make their presence felt as they are shown through the cut-out Swooshes and Zoom insole branding, in addition to pops of red that poke out on the tongue notations and footbeds. Downstairs, the white midsoles are stacked above a bold orange sole unit.
Nike hasn’t said when these will be hitting stores just yet, but you can likely expect them to launch in the coming months for the usual $140 USD price tag.
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