The Air Jordan 1 Mid and Low Get Ready for Christmas

‘Tis the season.

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As we near the beginning of the final quarter of the year, Jordan Brand has unveiled a Christmas-ready pair each of the Air Jordan 1 Mid and Air Jordan 1 Low.

The Mid silhouette arrives with a special Black base featuring what seems like embossed detailing, while sharp hits of red land on the leather overlays and Air Jordan tongue insignia. A crisp white makes its way on to the panel swoosh, while other branding details can be found on the ankle and insole. The shoe rests on a white midsole and Gum rubber outsole and is tied together with green laces for a matching finish. Meanwhile on the Low offering, a similar Black base is contrasted with green overlays rather than red, and a yellow heel stamp with matching laces add another pop of color. The shoe maintains the rest of the detailing, however, such as the white panel swoosh, red Air Jordan tongue logo, white midsole and Gum outsole.

Check out the shoes above. Both pairs are expected to drop during the 2022 holiday season via Nike and select retailers, with the Air Jordan 1 Mid priced at $135 USD and the Air Jordan 1 Low “Malachite” priced at $120 USD.

Elsewhere in footwear, Canelo Álvarez and the Dior x Air Jordan 1 make their appearances on Sole Mates.

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