An official look at the Air Jordan 1 Low “Dare To Fly” is showcased as the silhouette is expected to land at retailers in the coming weeks ahead. Flaunting a clean white leather construction, the low-top is detailed with 3M reflective Swooshes alongside its wings logo on the heel while subtle blue accents outlining the Swoosh provide a complementing touch. Finally, the highlight “Dare To Fly” motif adorns the right tongue tags, followed by a white speckled midsole and iridescent outsole solidifies the design.
The Air Jordan 1 Mid is introduced in a new Lakers-inspired colorway for its next iteration and it’s suggested to arrive in the coming weeks. Simply draped in the Los Angeles Lakers’ signature colors of purple and University Gold across its leather upper, the silhouette is also complemented with white adorning its side panels, signature Wings logo on the ankles, and midsole. Finally, contrasting black laces and rubber outsole solidifies the aesthetic nicely.
The Air Jordan 1 Low will continue releasing in colorways throughout the rest of 2022 with one of them being this “Taxi” pair seen below via official images. Equipped with a full leather construction throughout the upper, this new offering of the Air Jordan 1 Low gets hit with White on the side panels and toes while Black is placed on the Jumpman logos on the tongues, laces, ankles, and heels. The highlight Taxi yellow is then noted on the overlays, Swooshes, tongue, inner liners, and insoles. Down below a white rubber midsole and golden yellow rubber outsole cap off the design on this Air Jordan 1 Low that will be releasing in the coming weeks. Will you cop or pass?
The Air Jordan 1 Low is showcased in yet another black and white color scheme as the timeless combination can suit any time of the year. Suggested to arrive this fall, the low-top flaunts a sleek black leather upper with tonal mesh tongues and inner lining, while contrasting white for the Swooshes, Jumpman logos, and white midsole solidify the two-tone makeup. Finally, a black rubber outsole completes the profile.
The Air Jordan 12 Low Golf “Midnight Navy” was recently spotted at the Rocket Mortgage Classic golf tournament in Michigan at the Detroit Golf Club, Wyatt Worthington II, and this variation consists as the next colorway to arrive on the enhanced classic. Essentially maintaining its Air Jordan 12 aesthetic intact but elevated to suit the golf course, the silhouette boasts an official color scheme of “Midnight Navy/White-Burnt Sunrise-Metallic Gold.” The leather upper consists of white and navy while Burnt Sunrise accents are utilized for the lining and branded areas. Finally, Metallic Gold detailing throughout and a translucent modified golf sole with removable spikes on the outsole rounds out the design.
The Air Jordan 2 Craft consists as a forthcoming iteration of the silhouette and it’s suggested to complement the upcoming Air Jordan 1 High OG Craft, Air Jordan 2 Low Craft, and Air Jordan 4 SE Craft – all of which are slated to debut in 2023. While images of the purported style have not been revealed yet, a rendering of what to expect is featured which showcases its “Sail/Desert-Sunset Haze-Light Steel Grey” color scheme. Overall, the model is reported to feature a white leather base with a tan textured-like overlay. Finally, an aged midsole and grey rubber outsole will round out the profile.