The Air Jordan 1 Elevate High Receives a Fearless "Hyper Royal" Revamp

Sure to bless your height with an extra inch or two.

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Since its unveiling earlier this year, the Air Jordan 1 Elevate High has continued to take the classic Swoosh silhouette to unimaginable heights. Its concealed Wings logo and sky-high midsole have become its trademark, recently seen in two of the imprint’s most iconic palettes — the “Black/White” and “Varsity Red” colorways.

Now, Jordan Brand unveils the fearless model enhanced by a classic black and blue color-blocked style. Dubbed “Hyper Royal” — which has previously dressed the Jordan Flight Club 91 and Nike Dunk High, to name a few — bold blue hits the mudguards, lacing systems, ankle flaps, and heel counters. The tone also extends onto customary profile Swooshes.

Traditional black hues grace the underlays, while Wings logos are patched up and interior zippers allow for easy access. Embossed Jumpman plaques decorate jumbo-sized midsoles that will grant your height an extra inch or two. Finally, the offering is brought to a close via thick-cut scored bottoms.

Take a closer look at the Air Jordan 1 Elevate High “Hyper Royal” in the gallery above, and expect the pair to drop via Nike and select retailers later this year for $145 USD.

Elsewhere, the adidas Roverend Adventure arrives with vibrant accents.

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