The women’s exclusive serves as chunky platform sole take on the AJ1 in a low cut with a familiar “Red/Black” debut colorway. The upper of the shoe features a premium leather construction accented by Wings motifs embroidered at the rear. The release also comes complete with special Dunk Contest printed cork insoles and a gold Jumpman chain referencing the chains Michael Jordan wore during the 1985 NBA Slam Dunk Contest. Finishing up the design of the shoe are thick off white midsoles and enlarged contrasting red rubber outsoles.
The Air Jordan 1 LV8D Elevated “Bred” is now expected to release sometime this February.
For more footwear news, the Air Jordan 1 Low receives a “Shadow Toe” colorway.