Classic “Grape” Colorway Paints The Air Jordan 1 Mid

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It’s always a treat when the most familiar colorways in the Air Jordan legacy makes an appearance on modern shoes. The combination of aquatone teal and concord purple is one for the ages, first appearing on the Air Jordan 5 and grabbing the timeless “Grape” moniker that still stands to this day. It would later be adopted onto the Air Jordan 8, and time and time again it’s made an appearance on a variety of Jordan footwear.

Next up is the Air Jordan 1 Mid; this women’s release sees a full leather construction with bright purple covering the toe-guard, quarter, and ankle collar, while the complementary teal touches the toe-box, heel, sole, and Swoosh. Black tongues and mid-panels further give off that 1990s vibe that continues to be trendy in retro footwear today.

Expect this Air Jordan 1 Mid to land soon on Nike.com. In the meantime, check out the official images of the upcoming Air Jordan 3 “Neapolitan”.

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