First Look // Air Jordan 1 Utility

First Look // Air Jordan 1 Utility

Utilizing an icon.

Nike‘s new Utility range, which licked off on the Air Force 1 Low last year, brings with it rugged materials and maximal design cues to some of the Swoosh’s most iconic kicks.

And you can’t get any more iconic than the series’ next instalment

The Air Jordan 1 is next to don the overzealous pull tabs, excessive embellishments and heavy-duty materials with this all-new pair surfacing online today courtesy of @solebyjc. At it’s base, the Air Jordan 1 arrives in a clean black and white combo, similar to 2016’s Black “Yin Yang”. This pair does arrive with a differing white outsole, as well as a plethora of additions and material changes. Heavy-duty nylon underlays, run from the mid-foot up to the throat, with buttery tumbled leather overlays and toe box. That leather continues in a dual-strap stemming from the heel wrap, which houses two of the upper lace stays. Cross-weaved nylon straps — which appear to be superflous — engulf the medial and lateral Swoosh branding,  as well as a clear window at the tongue, for the wearer to pop in any image/logo/saying/whatever they like. Caping off the design — like most of the utility range — is a three-ringed ribbon back pull tab, which also extends down the sneaker’s tongue.

A release date for the Air Jordan 1 Utility was not provided with the image set, but with people getting their hands on them as we speak, you can expect a release to hit select stores and Nike.com over the coming weeks. Stay tuned for more.

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Air Jordan 1 Utility

Release Date: TBA







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