is poised to run through the entire spectrum of "Black Toe" Air Jordan 1 colorways, and the results have been stellar thus far. Next up, a possible purple variation being pegged for a fall launch. Taking on a Bred Toe color blocking, this Air Jordan 1 High is highlighted by a vibrant Court Purple which can be seen on the toe box, ankle, heel, tongue tag, and the rubber outsole. The rest of the leather upper has been done in black and white with finishing details being black Swoosh logos, white Nike Air on the tongue, and a white midsole.
The Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG Court Purple
will be one of the next colorways of the silhouette releasing soon. Jordan Brand's increased emphasis toward the Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG this year has been well documented. From the highly acclaimed Bred Toe colorway, to the recently releases collaboration designed by Nigel Sylvester, the sneaker that helped start it all has not disappointed over the last number of months. Dressed in a Court Purple, Sail and Black color scheme. This Air Jordan 1 features Court Purple on the heel, Nike Air tongue label, toe box and rubber outsole. White covers the side panels and midsole, along with Black overlays, tongues and laces.New Air Jordans 2019
will be releasing a new Jordan Why Not Zer0.1 Low colorway that comes in everyone's favorite all-Red look. On Twitter, they announced that they will be restocking the "Homage to Home" Air Jordan 1, "Michigan" Air Jordan 12, and the "Win Like 96" Air Jordan 11. Dressed in a University Red and Black color scheme. This Jordan Why Not Zer0.1 features a Red leather and textile upper highlighted with Black branding throughout. A solid Red rubber sole and "Why Not?" on the inner tongues completes the design.