ABOUT: At quick glance, the newly-surfaced pair resembles the University of North Carolina-appropriate Air Jordan 1 last seen in 2015 (or 2018 if you count Off-White‘s take), but closer inspection reveals a number of changes. For starters, the model indulges in a shorter trim, as evidenced by the eight – not nine – eyelets. Furthermore, the color-blocking applied to the collar and ankle panels inverses what’s appeared on past Jordans inspired by #23’s collegiate career: “Wings” insignia-branded flaps are given an off-white makeup, while the underlays on which they sit atop boast a light blue hue that matches the smooth leather panels found across most of the upper. Nike Dunk-reminiscent sole units, however, borrow a tried-and-proven color combination that applies the style’s titular blue to the made-for-basketball tread.
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