Jordan Release, The Air Jordan 1 High Zoom ''Fearless'' is like the OG Air Jordan I is a cultural shift disguised as a basketball shoe, the AJI High Zoom is also far more than the naked eye can see. When light hits the reflective iridescent upper, the colors change, challenging viewers to see their own intricate hues. Part of the 'Fearless' collection, this AJI High Zoom features a full-length Zoom Air unit for best-in-class cushioning, and an ice-sand sole with a gradient finish.
New Jordans Retro, One of the most popular non-OG iterations launched in 2000 was the blue and yellow "Laney" color scheme, a nod to MJ's high school alma mater. Now, 19 years later, Jumpman features the same Varsity Royal colorway, adding Light Charcoal and Varsity Maize to create another Laney-friendly version of MJ's fifth signature. Other differences from the first product include an attractive paint splatter pattern on its Charcoal midsole, and a cream nubuck that differs from the leather fabric common on this particular Jumpman model.
Latest Nike Jordan Sneakers has released a number of new colorways for its popular Jordan 1 Low model, many of which are inspired by a slew of retro styles. The latest "White Royal" style is no exception, featuring a classic leather construction with a white base offset by Game Royal Blue overlays and Swooshes. Some other details of the shoe include a blue Jumpman logo on the tongue and black accents on the laces, lining and embroidered Wings logo on the heel. A white midsole and black rubber outsole complete the design. Inspired by the OG colorway, they're crafted with a velvety suede upper—finished in shades of gray—then featuring pop volts on the Jumpman-branded tongue, eyelet and signature Air unit green. Mesh mesh padding on the toe and sidewall, while a 3M 'NIKE AIR' label on the back completes the sneaker toe essentials.