Releasing in mid-July, the Air Jordan 1 High returned in the “Light Smoke Grey” colourway. Drawing comparisons to the “Black Toe” Union Jordan 1 for its split-coloured upper, these incorporate a neutral-toned base with a splash of red leather on the upper collar area. Check out my review for a closer look and to see these on feet!
Rounding out my pickups from February, Jordan Brand released a second colourway of the Air Jordan 1 High 85, this time in an all-new “Reverse Bred” colourway that was limited to only 23,000 pairs. With similar construction as the Jordan 1s in the New Beginnings Pack, these adopt a Red and Black upper, flipping the toebox colours found on the iconic “Bred 1”. Check out my review to learn more!