The Air Jordan 1 Midnight Navy released back in 2001 is set to make a return during the holiday season.This release marked the introduction of the first non-original colorways of the Air Jordan 1 to the market.Air Jordan 1 “Midnight Navy”Dressed in a White, Midnight Navy, and Metallic Silver color scheme.Although the Olympic Games were postponed amid the Coronavirus, Jordan Brand still moving forward with all the releases.This Air Jordan 1 “Midnight Navy” looks similar to the original pair featuring a White leather upper with Navy overlays, Silver Swooshes and Wings logo. A White midsole atop a Navy rubber outsole completes the design.
New Jordan will be adding a new Blazer Mid ’77 colorway to their ongoing D/MS/X series.Nike Blazer Mid ’77 Dressed in a White, Kumquat, Aurora Green, and Bright Crimson color scheme. This offering of the Nike Blazer Mid features a White leather base with Crimson, Orange, and Teal contrasting accents throughout. D/MS/X branding on the inner tongue tags atop a solid White rubber sole completes the design.
Originally released in 2001 as a Japan exclusive, the Jordan Release Dates 2021 will be making a retro return during the 2020 Summer season.Taking on a similar look to its predecessor, this Dunk Low will be dressed in a “Hyper Blue,” “Samba Red” and “Silver” color combination. Other details will include a white midsole and a red rubber outsole.Nike Dunk Low “Samba”Dressed in a Hyper Blue, Samba, and Silver color scheme.Paired with a “Twist,” the landing page is said to be entirely sprawled with Japanese and one must convert said text to English to find the “switch” necessary to purchase. This Nike Dunk Low will look exactly like the original featuring a Hyper Blue and Silver upper detailed with a Samba Red carbon fiber Swoosh on the sides and heels.New Ray-Ban Sunglassess A White midsole atop a Red rubber outsole completes the design.