Paying tribute to Michael Jordan's college alma mater, the Air Jordan 1 High OG University Blue features a University of North Carolina look. Built entirely with leather, the shoe's upper appears in a mix of white and University Blue, contrasted by black on the Swoosh, collar, laces and 'Wings' logo. Perforations on the toe box provide breathability, while underfoot, the Air midsole gives way to a concentric outsole with a brighter shade of blue.
Dressed in a White and Multi-Color colour scheme . This Air Jordan 12 Low Easter features a whit leather upper paired with matching overlays, embroidered tongue branding, and laces. A Black heel tab, iridescent eyelets and side panels atop an icy outsole completes the planning. The toe is simply a touch shinier in its use of patent, while the remainder of the development bears the quilting made famous by the classic silhouette. Black tabs then mark behind for extra contrast, placed opposite to whited out Jumpman embroidery and baby blue metallic eyelets. Further layers of the latter finish also are applied to the side trim to raised complement the icy blue that covers near all of the outsole.
This Air Jordan 1 High Hyper Royal is one of several interesting takes on Michael Jordan‘s first signature sneaker slated to release in the new year.Quarters and toeboxes alike take on a crisp white leather, with signature detail provided by washed-out “Hyper Royal” suede on the toebox, eyestays, collar flaps and heel. Apart from the obvious material contrast — Air Jordan 1s typically feature full leather uppers – this blue suede calls to mind images of well-worn jeans. Even more suede is used on the gray Swooshes and collars, with a pop of fresh, bright blue arriving on the white nylon tongue’s Nike-branded fabric tag. White laces hold everything together and white midsoles work with gray outsoles to round off the look.