New favourite silhouette, the Jordan 1 Mid

A JORDAN DECLINED FOR THE LIFESTYLE

The Air Jordan 1 Mid is not only named after the Air Jordan 1 High, but is directly inspired by it. Offered to the public to offer a different style and in the continuity of the modelOG, the Air Jordan 1 Mid takes the same design but has a lower construction than its big sister, with a collar that stops halfway down the ankle. Also a way to the Jumpman brand expand its range, as is also the case with the Air Jordan 1 Low, this mid-height model is both more aesthetic for some people and more practical depending on the pieces chosen to create an outfit that will perfectly match. It's more of a success story for Jordan, who has accomplished the task of recreating its entire history in different versions of the model, leaving a vast choice for Air Jordan 1 fans depending on their preferences, the seasons and their mood of the moment.


STILL SOME SPECIAL EDITIONS AND GREAT VARIETY OF COLOURS

Since the subject of the wide choice proposed by Jordan was raised, how can we not mention the multitude of colours offered ? By going through rather sober and discreet versions as with the Air Jordan 1 Mid Arctic Orange or the Air Jordan 1 Mid Shadow but also by more daring and colourful silhouettes, such as the Air Jordan 1 Mid SE Multi and the Air Jordan 1 Mid Edge Glow, the Jumpman brand thinks of everyone's tastes. This silhouette has quickly grasped the love from everyone. Some colourway are a stand out such as the Jordan 1 Mid Wolf Grey which, along with her little sister the Jordan 1 Low Wolf Grey, are inspired from the in famous Dior collaboration. The Jordan 1 Mid University Blue is another great example on how the brand managed to please a wide range of sneakerheads, proposing a very easy to wear pair of Jordan's. 

It is only the beginning and we believe that many more variants are going to be created. Who knows, Jordan 1 Mids might become more popular than the Jordan 1 Highs

Thank you for reading

The Vault


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