The Air Jordan 1 High OG “Bordeaux” is another standout iteration of the AJ 1 that is slated to debut this fall. Draped in an official colorway of “Bordeaux/White-Metallic Silver,” the clean autumnal theme consists of a white leather base that is highlighted by the defining Bordeaux overlays. Additionally, Silver Swooshes on the side panels and Wings branding on the ankle collar, followed by a white midsole and Bordeaux rubber outsole tops off the design.
The Air Jordan 1 High OG “Pollen” can be considered as a quintessential summer sneaker due to its bold two-tone color scheme. If you’re wondering, this iteration is similar to last year’s retro of the Nike Dunk High “Varsity Maize.” Overall, the sneaker simply flaunts a bold yet vibrant makeup that consists of the distinct black and yellow finish across its leather construction. Finally, a white midsole and yellow rubber outsole rounds out the clean style, while an extra set of black laces and matching boxing rounds out the offering.
Joining the “Bred Toe” colorway that we just showcased, the Air Jordan 1 Low is now presented in another clean color option this time with a “Green Toe” option. Taking on a color blocking that is very similar to the Air Jordan 1 High “Pine Green” from 2018, this new Air Jordan 1 Low takes on a full smooth leather construction all over the upper with a dark shade of green landing on the toes and the heel/ankle. For contrast we see the addition of white on the side panels along with black on the midfoot overlays, toe cap, laces, tongue, Swooshes, and the inner liner. Gold Jumpman logos on the tongues and white embroidered Wings logos on the heels take care of the branding while a white rubber midsole and green rubber outsole finish things off on this Air Jordan 1 Low that will be releasing soon for $90.
Inspired by the instant classic Air Jordan 1 High “Bred Toe” that dropped back in 2018, the Air Jordan 1 Low gets the same “Bred Toe” treatment three years later in 2021. While notably missing the OG Nike Air branding on the tongues, this Air Jordan 1 Low takes on a full smooth leather construction all over the upper with White hitting the side panels, University Red on the toes and rear overlays, and Black landing on the midfoot, tongue, Swooshes, laces, and inner liner. White branding on the tongue and heels, a white rubber midsole, and a University Red rubber outsole cap off the look on this Air Jordan 1 Low that will be releasing later this year for $90. Will this be a cop or pass for you?
Dropping soon, here are official images of the Air Jordan 1 Centre Court Olive.
The Travis Scott x fragment x Air Jordan 1 High OG “Military Blue” gets another close look as it’s slated to debut next week. Also emphasizing the sneaker’s packaging, it reveals a similar color scheme while also bearing a special co-branded interior cover in pink. In terms of the silhouette, it unmistakably taking cues from the color scheme of the 2014 fragment x Air Jordan 1 High but in a reverse manner. Additionally, this three-way collaboration emphasizes the distinct flipped Swooshes on the sides, while co-branding adorns the tongues and heels.