After a countless amount of successful Air Jordan 1 Mid Digital Pink releases, Jordan Brand is not finished with the iconic basketball model. A satin variant of the Air Jordan 1 first came out in 2017. At that time, the 'Royal Blue' colorway was fitted with satin materials. Over the years, a number of other colorways have been added to the Satin Line and a new one is coming. For the next Satin colorway, Nike returns to the iconic Chicago Bulls era. Still, some nice adjustments are made which results in this Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG "Satin snake".The Air Jordan 1 was designed by Peter Moore in 1985. The model first appeared in a Chicago Bulls colorway. The colors red, white and black are therefore really iconic for the first signature Michael Jordan model. The model and colorway have been released several times over the years.
Air Jordan 11 Low White Bred continues to develop new colors for his flagship silhouette. In line with recent gray colors, the Air Jordan 1 High Light Smoke Gray is available in detail before a release later this year.The gray colors are linked for the Air Jordan 1 High after the SB New-York to Paris, Zoom or Dior versions to go further. However, this Air Jordan 1 High Light Smoke Gray is more in line with the Air Jordan 1 High Crimson of the beginning of 2019 by offering a similar mix-material and a very slight change in color. Exit the side panels and the toebox in black leather, hello white leather. With this modification, this Jordan 1 gains in brightness. For the rest, there is gray suede and red and black work on the collar. A simple and effective composition that works well on the silhouette imagined by Peter Moore.
The Air Jordan 1 comes out of its burrow just in time for Bugs Bunny's 80th birthday. The gift to the Warner Bros. mascot comes in the form of a special edition sold inside a white box decorated with a carrot. This is the first time that the model launched 27 years ago has been adorned with hairy suede. The Air Jordan 7 with gray hairs would not be faithful to Looney Tune without the touches of pastel pink. The number "130014-100" printed on the heel connects it to the Air Jordan 7 OG from 1992 and for good reason, it is his sku. You could say the same of its multicolored sole although the colors are different.Loved by everyone, the low Dunk upper adopts a white base, which occupies the side panels and the top of the toebox. White also appears on the tongue, collar and sole. This is accompanied by a dark yellow color that was used around the toebox, when tying and at the back of the upper. However, the end result is purple, which gives this edition character. I am talking about the shiny side swoosh and lining. Is not pure Purple and Gold from the Lakers logo?