Jordan Brand Remakes the Air Jordan 1 Mid In “Hyper Royal”
2 monthes ago - By Hypebeast
Although playing second fiddle to its high-top counterpart for years, the Air Jordan 1 Mid model has come to life over the past few months, releasing in a barrage of themed tonal reworks. Earlier this month gracing our pages in a bold “ Orange Peel ” motif, this new rendition, however, applies a “Hyper Royal” scheme to the popular lifestyle classic.
Clean splashes of white land on the midsole, vamp, side panel and portions of the collar, with the statement blue hue found on the outsole, bumper, eyestay and tongue adding color contrast and overall artistic depth. Signature branding found on...
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