From sneakerheads to rappers, Nike Jordan’s AJ1 is a fan-favourite, and this pair – cut to a mid-top shape – is a prime example of why. Smoke grey, white and black leather is used cross the uppers to give the clean, OG look and, as always, two hits of Jordan branding are used – one Jumpman logo at the tongues and the wings motif at the ankles.
Inspired by the original AJ1, the Air Jordan 1 Mid offers fans a chance to follow in MJ's footsteps. Fresh colour trims the clean, classic materials, imbuing modernity into a classic design.
What are the grey and black Jordan 1s called?
Air Jordan 1 High OG “Grey Fog” Combines Leather & Suede The upcoming Air Jordan 1 High OG “Grey Fog” includes a white leather base with black leather overlays.
How can you tell if Jordan 1 Mid are fake?
Notice how different the threads on the stitching look between the real and fake Jordan 1. The authentic toe box has much thicker threads in the stitching compared to the fake shoe. On the fake shoe, the threads are barely visible because of the depth in which it is sewn and also because of how thin the thread is.
What are the GREY Jordan 1s called?
Facts. The Air Jordan 1 Mid 'College Grey' applies a neutral two-tone palette to a classic silhouette inspired by Peter Moore's original 1985 design. The all-leather upper features a clean white base with contrasting overlays in a refined tan hue.
Are Jordan 1s a good investment?
For a first-time venture into reselling or investing in sneakers, it's best to go for a classic pair such as the Nike Air Jordan 1 Retro High OGs. No matter the silhouette, colourway or models, the Air Jordan 1 High tends to hold its value really well and is most likely to increase in price.