Clad in a mix of faded pinks, reds and browns, the forthcoming pair quickly garnered a notable amount of attention for the experimental Jordan 1 (J1 MID) model. In fact, a low-top version of the silhouette surfaced shortly after, which was also lauded by sneaker enthusiasts everywhere for its disparate, but sensical color palette. Profile swooshes and overlays just above it indulge in a semi-deconstructed style that prioritizes comfort (hence the “CMFT” in the design’s name) above all; as noted by the branding on the tongue label, the latest take on the original Air Jordan boasts Zoom Air cushioning underfoot, which has modernized Peter Moore’s 36-year-old design. Unlike the upper, sole units opt into a tonal “Sail” makeup instead of donning the titular “Canyon Rust” tone or any of its soft counterparts.
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