A very nice colorway is headed to the Air Jordan 1.
As Black History Month inches closer, Nike is seemingly pulling out all the stops to commemorate the occasion. The latest attempt is the Air Jordan 1 Retro ‘Equality’, which combines a plain black/white colorway with interesting details.
With regards to materials, this build features a white leather upper with suede overlays. The word ‘Equality’ is also visible on the heel of the sneaker, hence the name, with a solid grey rubber outsole underneath.
Additionally, Carmelo Anthony’s logo is visible on the tongue and insole of the sneaker for some added flair. In terms of performance, the AJ1’s traction still holds up after all these years and there is an Air unit in the heel for some cushion, though not as much as the sneakers that are releasing nowadays.
Check out Nightwing2303’s performance review on the Air Jordan 1 for more information about how it performed on-court.
The Air Jordan 1 Retro ‘Equality’ is set to release on January 15 for $110. They should be available on nike.com and select Nike retailers.
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