Jordan Brand Celebrates Its 25th Anniversary With This New Air Jordan 1 High Zoom CMFT

Brushstroke graphics appear in retro colors on the cut-out Swooshes and collars.

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1997 is the year that Jordan Brand veered off to become its own brand separate from Nike. And to celebrate its 25th anniversary, the six-time champion’s sportswear company is crafting celebratory footwear like this Air Jordan 1 High Zoom CMFT colorway that has just been unveiled by way of official imagery.

Playful and vivid patterns are what give these sneakers their spirit. The cut-out Swoosh logos on the lateral and medial walls as well as the collars have been fashioned with multiple brushstroke patterns that come in retro-inspired purple, pink, blue and teal hues. Bold royal blue accents also show up here as they fall on the ball-and-wings logos, the interior liners and the outsoles. If you peep a look at the tongue branding, the Jumpman team has slightly modified it so that the usual “Zoom Air” hits land on the right shoe and the left side sports a “25” adjacent to a tiny Jordan insignia to call out the aforementioned anniversary. Elsewhere on the upper, you’ll find smooth leather panels that come dressed in a muted shade of white.

Check out a detailed look at the pair above and be on the lookout for Nike and other retailers to drop these in the coming months.

In other footwear news, Dover Street Market London presents its Martine Rose x Nike Shox MR4 installation.

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