For Air Max 270, To coincide with “Singles Day” – November 11.This low-top Air Jordan 13 arrives clad in black leather and suede, with metallic Jumpman branding at the ankle.the pair has Black tumbled leather on the toe box while Black nubuck covers the heel and collar. Next, Barely Green leather drapes the panels which is highlighted with an embroidered geometric pattern along with ‘Air Jordan 0023’ and ‘1111 Low,’ which also lands on the wrapping paper. Lastly, we have Black on the midsole and Barely Green on the outsole, which could possibly glow in the dark.
On Sale Retro Jordan, Unlike the AJ1, AJ4, and AJ5, Off-White’s latest collaborative proposition with the Jumpman — the Air Jordan 2 Low — hasn’t received nearly as much praise.All in all, the kicks are styled with a more or less understated outfit, but it features modernized details that show off Abloh’s unique design language. A solid black hue is utilized most on these low-slung kicks as it wraps over the leather base, tongues, lower heel pieces and the interior liners, while a bold blue hue styles up the wings logos on the tongues, the laces, trimming on the mid-foot and the ribbed heel panels. As usual, his traditional Helvetica branding is printed onto the medial sides and he attaches a hang tag to the laces, but he also spruces up the retro offering with Michael Jordan‘s actual signature on the quarters and midsoles that come with a pre-crumbled aesthetic.
The Off-White™ x Air Jordan 2 Low carries a black leather upper with a tonal lizard-textured overlay and contrasting royal blue accents. They land on the molded heel panel, midfoot piping and exposed-foam tongue, featuring the Jordan Wings logo for an OG touch. Michael Jordan’s signature is scrawled across the lateral side, while Abloh leaves his mark with a plastic zip tie, medial-side Helvetica text and ‘SHOELACES’ printed on the laces. Faux cracking on the midsole gives the shoe an aged, distressed aesthetic.