With Air Max 270, If you ask any sneakerhead what the most iconic Air Jordan colorway is, chances are that they would mention the “Bred.” First revealed back in the ’80s, while most people just see a black and red shoe, those who are truly obsessed with the game will know that this color combination means so much more – and it’s now making its grand debut on the Air Jordan 1 High Flyease “Bred.” Taking on His Airness’ inclusive flagship, here’s everything that we know so far.
Boasting a sleek full leather construction, this Air Jordan 1 FlyEase Bred is painted predominantly in black while fire red accents set the toebox, Swoosh, laces, and sockliner alight. Across the ankle you’ll find a strap for the ultimate lockdown fit. This works in tandem with the medial zip for industry leading ease-of-access, and the heel pull tab for extra convenience. A “White” and “Fire Red” rubber sole rounds of the design. The footwear adds accessibility features, from a black pull tab that stays at the heel.
Such is the case with the Nike Air Max 97 during its 25th year in rotation as a colorful 3D print sets the stage on the latest grade school-exclusive offering.Centered around its crisp white midfoot overlay, cyan, royal blue, pink and magenta work their way up the silhouette’s TPU panels presiding over a colorful collection of polka dots that fill its mesh base layer.The lower part of the upper is completed by simple white leathers and mesh, with white sole units trimmed with cool greys hits to marry up to the tongue pulls and overlays. Lastly, a two-tone Air Max support unit sits stowed away underfoot for one final splash of color.

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