Just a few weeks ago Nike modified once prevalent around the custom sneaker circuits, UV reactive paneling, to the Air Force 1. And the color-shifting finishes will soon be the Air Jordan 1 Mid in response to the abovementioned positive reception.
Although the silhouette itself is still very fragmentary, a plain, rough traditional, color block would probably be a good idea to bring this style to the public. The toe and the brandish black Swoosh leathers are both typically white. The latter is seen on lines, pads, or collars, while an ankle pad, counter, and tongue contain a heat-sensitive finish. They all have an iridescent appearance, their hues imitate the bright shade and the movement of a heat map.
For a closer look, see the leaked images below. A release date is currently unknown, but we’ll likely see them at Nike.com before the end of the year.
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