Jordan Air Ship Arrives in “Diffused Blue”

The first pair to arrive this year. 

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Since its 1984 release, the Air Ship has been a signature of the Jordan Brand, especially in the climate of retro silhouettes. So to kick off the year, Jordan Brand has revealed the “Diffused Blue” colorway that is set to arrive this month.

Consisting of a clean color palette, the shoe is tossed in shades of Summit White and Diffused Blue – for a fresh take fit for a range of outfits. The Summit White shades appear across the leather upper, while the Diffused Blue graces the Nike Swoosh and collar in suede fabrics. The Diffused Blue also touches the rubber sole. Other details seen on the silhouette include the standard perforated toe and an aged tongue.

Although the shoes are outfitted with crisp white laces, the shoes also come with a pair of Diffused Blue laces. A final touch appearing on the clean silhouette is the Nike Air branding embroidered on the tongue tag and heels. With new colorways of the Jordan Air Ship, the brand offers a way to switch up your style even amongst core retro silhouettes.

Take a look at the crisp colorway in the gallery above. Priced at $140 USD, the Jordan Air Ship “Diffused Blue” is set to release this month.

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