|Title||Solefly x Air Jordan 1 Retro High Will Hit the Shelves Soon|
|Description||Air Jordan 1, which was created last week by the American shoe store SoleFly and DJ Khaled, exposed more detailed images. Different from the current blue powder mix of Zhengxing, the two new colors with green and orange are more chic. The white version is crafted in leather and comes with a huge Jumpman Logo tag, with the area code "305" symbolizing Miami from the inside of the tongue. The black version of the tongue decorated with patent leather has a shorthand "MIA" from Miami.Air Jordan 1 is on a roll this year. After speculation from the sneaker community early in the year, Jordan Brand has in fact released almost 30 new colorways of the classic silhouette in 2018. However, they are not quite done yet. Earlier this week, DJ Khaled took to social media to show off some new Jordan 1’s that pay homage to his home of Miami. Made in collaboration with Solefly, a legendary Jordan boutique, the new pair takes on the colors of the University of Miami with a bold new look. The new Solefly x Jordan 1 begins with plain white leather for the paneling on either side. The lacing system, mudguard, collar, and Swoosh are all covered in a deep forest green tone, with a bright orange filling in the toe box and heel sections. As if the colors were not enough, the back of each tongue tab is emblazoned with “MIA” and “305” branding to show off Solefly’s allegiance to Miami.The Solefly x Air Jordan 1 Retro High is set to release exclusively at Art Basel in Miami in December. The event is going down from December 6th to the 9th in Miami Beach, so if you are in the area pay attention to Solefly’s social media for how to secure a pair, as these likely won’t release again. Nike Air Jordan Shoes and sneaker shop Union have come together to create and release a unique capsule collection inspired by the late ’80s early ’90s. The collection will include two colorways of the Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG along with T-shirts, sweatshirts and pants.When Jordan Brand’s designers heard Union owner Chris Gibbs’s idea for a vintage-styled Air Jordan footwear and apparel capsule, they were sold. They just had one question — what year?|
Please register or log in.