A First Look at the Air Jordan 1 High React

The Air Jordan 1 High gets outfitted with a React cushioning midsole.

It’s not the first time we’ve seen a redesigned Air Jordan 1, but it is the first to feature Nike’s React cushioning.

The shoe sports an altered Air Jordan 1 High build constructed of leather and textile. Its Swoosh looks to be rubberized and heavily exaggerated, while the tooling looks like it was designed after the original cupsole found on the Air Jordan 1. This new look implements React cushioning and the outsole found on the Jordan Proto React.

The Air Jordan 1 High React is tentatively scheduled to release on July 1, but we’ll keep you updated with any updates.

Are you feeling the Air Jordan 1 High React or is this not the Air Jordan 1 with React you were looking for?

via US11


  1. I’m sure purists are going to dig these, and this may be unpopular opinion here, but I really dig the way this looks. It still retains a lot of the OG silhouette that we know and love, and still gives it this future, modern take on the model. And the tooling may be a much more comfy ride. We’ll have to wait and see. Hopefully they aren’t terribly expensive.

  2. I love these. I have been wanting a pair of original Jordan 1s but they’re hard to get at a good price, but these retain much of the original look with a fresh spin. They also look comfy which is a bonus.

  3. I wonder if this can be hooped in or if it’s just a lifestyle shoe. Nike hasn’t utilized an uncaged react in a hoop shoe and I’m interested to see if they do and how it performs. 2017 Hyperdunks and superflys had decent impact protection but was hindered by the foam being encased in rubber

  4. These things are bomb AF. I don’t care what any of these jokers are saying. I’d ball in em. Wear them with the crew. The joints are nice

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