2020 Jordan 1 Mid SE Multicolor

  • Jordan 1 Mid SE Multicolor, is a brand-new iteration of the classic Nike Air silhouette that has been a huge success since its introduction in 1985 alongside the high and low top versions. Green, purple, orange, yellow and blue all feature here, with a white base layer housing features such as the black Swoosh that’s stitched onto either side. The Air Jordan 1 was Michael Jordan’s first ever signature shoe with Nike, and is often regarded as the best shoe of all time. Classic AJ1 features such as the perforated toe box and wings logo are present as ever, while Jumpman branding is embroidered onto the tongue. This brand new rendition dresses the AJ1 Mid in a multi-coloured and vibrant look that’s sure to turn a few heads on the street. A combination of construction materials make up the uppers including leather, synthetics and hairy suede.

    Cheap 2020 Jordans, is the latest rendition of the classic silhouette to launch to the masses. The Air Force 1 has been an absolute hit with sneakerheads since it’s introduction all the way back in 1982. Classic features such as the panelled upper and perforated toe box are as present as ever, while Nike Air branding resides at both the tongue and heel of this AF1. It was designed by legendary Nike employee Bruce Kilgore and still looks as good as it did back then today. This edition is carefully crafted from premium tumbled leather across the uppers for a luxury look throughout, and is detailed with the label’s signature Swoosh logo in a gold pony-hair variant.

    2019 Sneakers Release, is the latest rendition of the Oregon-based brand’s React-equipped AF1. The classic Air Force 1 model was debuted way back in 1982 by Bruce Kilgore, and has remained largely unchanged since. The upper is crafted from lightweight technical mesh, with the label’s signature Swoosh logo residing on each side in an outlined form. Additional branding remains at the tongue and heel, while grey suede overlays are situated at the toe box. That is until earlier this year, when Nike added a contemporary React midsole to the mix, creating an instant classic. The pair looks cleaner than ever dressed in a primarily whited-out colourway, with grey accents keeping the look textured.