Jordan Brand Outfits the Air Jordan 1 High Stash in "White"

Maximizing carrying capacity.

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Models such as the Air Jordan 37 may serve as the focal point for 2022’s new Jordan Brand silhouettes. However, reworks of classics such as the Air Jordan 1 always end up joining the roster of new offerings each year. For 2022, one example of this is the Air Jordan 1 High Stash. It’s been a slow rollout for the pocket-covered look with the “Quai 54” colorway serving as the most notable release but Jordan Brand is continuing its steady flow of new colorways with this “White” makeover.

Combining white with black and sail, a calm color palette meets a wild silhouette. Unlike the “Quai 54” release, a nylon ripstop base hits the Air Jordan 1 High Stash. Mostly covered in white, this upper also features canvas overlays while black outfits the Swooshes, Wings logo, Nike Air tag at the tongue and pocket hardware. Providing ample cargo space, two midfoot pockets are backed by a removable pouch that covers the heel. Lastly, a sail sole unit accents the otherwise grayscale look to complete this pair.

A release date for the Air Jordan 1 High Stash “White” has not yet been announced by the Swoosh. However, look for this pair to hit shelves later this year via Nike and select retailers.

In other footwear news, the Air Jordan 4 “Midnight Navy” is releasing this fall.

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