New Jordans 2018
just dropped their latest Air Jordan 1 "Royal" rendition with the Air Jordan 1 Mid that comes highlighted with paint splattered print. Following up on the release of January's "Obsidian" mid-top, Jordan Brand has now released a brightly-speckled take on one of their most well-known kicks. Although the shoe's base colorway draws a good deal of inspiration from its timeless OG predecessor, it also presents a modernized look with the addition of black, red and orange paint speckles adorning the toe box, swoosh, heel, and collar, similar to what we've seen from innovative sneakerheads who splashed paint on their once-pristine Levi 4's. A red Jumpman tag on the tongue finishes the shoe's look off.New Jordans 2016
, The latest Air Jordan 1 Mid Royal/Obsidian takes generously from the time-honored "Royal" OG. Yet where that shoe couples royal blue with black, this one does so with Obsidian. It also shifts effortlessly between smooth leather and visibly tumbled leather, adding a premium allure to the modern colorway. Although the Air Jordan 1 Mid will never quite amass the level of fanfare its proper high-cut counterpart can, in recent years the shoe has grown more effective. By and large, this is due to the influence of its big brother, and its many iconic colorways.New Air Jordan Shoes
, Gentry Humphrey left Jordan Brand in 2011 to become the Nike VP of Profile Sports. In 2018, he'll be rejoining Jordan Brand as the VP of Footwear. For those that may not know, Gentry Humphrey was responsible for making the Undefeated x Air Jordan 4, and the 2006 Defining Moments Pack happen, along with other coveted Air Jordan releases. New to the Jordan Brand family is this alternate version of the Air Jordan 1 Mid. Although very similar in appearance to the "Royal" rerelease we saw earlier this summer, this rendition, too, utilizes "Royal Blue," however, swaps out the tonal black details for "Obsidian."