FB1874-101 Air Jordan 1 Low “Dare To Fly” Basketball Shoes


FB1874-101 Air Jordan 1 Low “Dare To Fly” Basketball Shoes

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Air Max 270, Throughout the Summer, we’ve enjoyed the appearance of several compelling Air Jordan 1 Lows, such as the “UNC/Grey” and the equally unique “Inside Out.” Contrary to what its title might suggest, this Air Jordan 1 Low is extremely simple in both its details as well as its palette. The sneaker features an all-white leather upper with silver and university blue accenting throughout. The Swoosh on the quarter panels is seen in what looks to be a reflective 3M with a university blue border with the heel featuring a debossed Wings logo in silver. The tongue tag features the Jumpman in silver on the left sneaker with “DARE TO FLY” seen on the right. Lastly, the white midsole features a speckled silver paint splatter and an iridescent and translucent outsole finishes off the sneaker.
Material-wise, the Air Jordan 1 Mid Beach Cherrywood sticks to its roots with an all-leather upper while traditional branding elements include Swooshes on each side, the Wings logo on the lateral collar and Jumpman logo on the tongue. As for the colorful arrangement of this pair, the lateral favors a “Beach” base with “Cherrywood Red” on the overlays and Swoosh while the medial inverts this color selection. This is best seen on the toe box and bumper, which takes on a checkered effect due to alternating colours, while the remainder of the upper is more straightforward with its lateral and medial swap. The only components that are left whole in solid colours are the laces, lining, midsole and outsole.
This adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Flax shows slight resemblance to the 350 V2 Marsh in colorway, displaying warm tones to embody the arrival of spring. This model was released as a regional exclusive specific to the Asia Pacific and Africa.it features a Light Brown Primeknit upper with its signature translucent strip along the lateral side. A Light Grey Boost midsole atop a Gum rubber outsole completes the design.

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