Air Jordan 1 Rare Air Grey collection will feature a variety of color schemes, replacing the original wing logo with the AIR JORDAN embossed logo, and the removable Velcro of the tongue adds more playability. This cool grey color scheme features a grey body with black details and a white outsole.Collectors are going to jump at the chance of copping the Jordan 1 Rare Air Grey. This colourway hasn’t been for some time but now it arrives earlier than expected via the listed retailers.
Adidas Yeezy Wave Runner 700 Triple Black,Bringing that iconic Jordan 1 attitude, it doesn’t get more iconic than this metallic grey sheen. While it’s usually a colour theme found across contemporary releases, this iteration dates back decades.Replace the original flying wing logo with the AIR JORDAN embossed on the classic Air Jordan 1 shoe, and the removable Rare Air velcro is also used on the tongue.The Air Jordan 1 Rare Air “Cool Grey” cool grey color is embellished with a black upper with black Swoosh and laces and a white midsole.
Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Butter ,The Jumpman brand brings forth that style with a silhouette that stays true to the original. Premium leather hits the upper with a base shade of white found across the sidewall. Darker style cues are featured to the tongue, ankle surround and heel while metallic grey compliments throughout.Jordan Brand remodeled the pioneering Air Jordan 1 and replaced the original Flying Wing Logo with the AIR JORDAN embossed in the upper, while the tongue also uses the removable "RARE AIR" lettering velcro. This overall is in cool gray, with black accents, and finally features the AJ1's signature outsole design.As a ‘RARE’ release, the other distinguishing feature of this high top is the ‘AIR JORDAN’ logo emblazoned on the ankle surround. It sets this apart as an exclusive release and one of a kind colourway.To complete the look, the shoe sits on a low profile white midsole with a grey outsole underfoot.
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