Since the Air Jordan 1’s “Hyper Royal” release, washed aesthetics have been all the rage once the weather chills and leaves begin to crisp. Proffering its mid-top as an approachable cut for the youth, the latest “Orange Suede” grade school exclusive employs the synonymous worn aesthetic unto its Air Jordan 1 Mid.
Utilizing a stone-wash treatment, the suede overlays once rendering a vibrant orange coat now liken more so toward a coral tone employed overtop a cream leather base layer that’s laces and tongue construction come color-matched. While the silhouette’s mesh sock liner renders a vibrant orange sampling, black accents lay claim to the model’s contrasts including its collar’s winged insignia, midfoot Swooshes and tread underfoot, concluding the design elements.
Evidently, the Air Jordan 1 Mid is a version of the classic Air Jordan 1 released by Nike in 1985. Designed by Peter Moore, the high-top silhouette features the iconic “Wings” logo. In the 2000s, Nike introduced the Air Jordan 1 Mid as a more affordable and accessible version of the original. With a mid-top silhouette and a range of colorways, it’s a popular choice for basketball players and sneaker enthusiasts alike. Moreover, the Air Jordan 1 Mid remains one of Nike’s most iconic sneakers, with new colorways and collaborations regularly released.
Furthermore, as we sit tight on the pair’s release date, enjoy official images of the GS Air Jordan 1 Mid “Orange Suede” below. For more under the Beaverton-based brand’s umbrella, check out the Air Jordan 1 Low GS “Topaz Gold”.
Color: Team Orange/Sail/White/Black
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