Cheap Jordan Retros, Outside of PEs, it’s rare to see Nike celebrate a school that isn’t one of MJ’s alma maters. However, that seems to be changing gradually, starting with the brand’s “Georgetown” Dunk Low. And, as revealed recently, that isn’t all the spotlight the university will see as a matching Air Jordan 1 High ’85 is also on the way. The Brand will again look to its own archive for the next installment of the OG-spec sneaker, digging deep into the vault to find an absolute gem for inspiration.the pair arriving in a similar styling to that seen on the original Georgetown Air Jordan 1 samples that came to be in the early days of design circa 1984-85.
The Air Jordan 1 High 85 shoe's upper is comes constructed in a grey leather base with hues of navy on the toe box, eyelets, overlays, and heel. Summit white appears on the tongue along with the signature Air Jordan Wings logo in white on the lateral ankle. For the finishing touches, the pair rests atop a white and navy rubber sole unit.Higher quality materials and a more OG-accurate shape are used strategically, setting a base more than fitting for Georgetown’s signature blue and gray. And like the aforementioned Dunk Low, the pair follows the two-toned format, applying the cool tone to the overlays/outsole and the neutral to the base/logos.
The Nike Air Max 90 Light Orewood Brown brings a neutral look to its classic running construction.Having a simple theme with a bit of flash, it comes dressed in a Summit White, Metallic Red Bronze and Light Orewood Brown color combination. Digging deeper it comes with White base on the base while the same shade is applied to the leather overlays. Orewood Brown is also used on some of the overlays, Bronze is added to the heel while Pink details finish the look.More Light Orewood brown emerges on the TPU elements, while underfoot, the midsole houses a pink Max Air unit in the heel for cushioning, giving way to a similiar finish on the waffle outsole.