Since launching in April, the
Now, it dons a “Guava Ice” colorway that offers a colorful arrangement suitable for the dynamic guard’s on-court flow. Its mesh and leather upper kicks things off in a peach flavor, hosting soft pink Swooshes that wrap around the heel. These two colors alternate across the tongue tag and heel embroidery of the left and right shoes while its signature purple hue backs the upper’s heel. From there, a white midsole supports the sneaker with a black rubber outsole split by pink and purple segments on the left and right shoes respectively.
At the time of writing, Nike has yet to announce any release details pertaining to the Nike Ja 1 in this “Guava Ice” colorway. Look for it to touch down on shelves by the end of the year via Nike SNKRS and select Nike Basketball retailers at a price of $110 USD.
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