2020 Dior x Air Jordan 1 Low AJ1 Grey/White-Black 553668-998

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2020 Dior x Air Jordan 1 Low AJ1 Grey/White-Black 553668-998

A first look at the jordan shoes 2019 has surfaced courtesy of Travis Scott. Based on the glimpse provided, we can see the colorway combines white and light grey blocking, with a Swoosh covered in the repeating Dior logo that's been a signature of designer Kim Jones' stint with the brand. Further details include "Air Dior" branding on the Wings logo stamp, a metal hang tag, and a clear outsole.With the help of Travis Scott, the Nike and Jordan brands have officially announced the upcoming "Air Dior" series. In addition to the "Dior" Air Jordan 1 Highs and Lows, the capsule will also feature a range of sportswear including wool suits, blazer, bomber jackets, hoodies, sweatshirts, shirts, shorts, polo, pants and leather goods.
This Air Jordan Shoes has white and grey uppers and is marked "Air Dior" on the iconic Wings logo, while the high-quality jacquard overall print is the silhouette Swoosh logo. This translucent ice sandal features graphics underneath, subtle contrasting stitching and a chrome tag accompanied by a rumored $ 2,000 sneaker, and nine eyelets confirm that the canvas in question is indeed a premium canvas shoe.The collection features navy, white and Dior grey tones, inspired by the aesthetics of Michael Jordan's 80s sportswear. The release date is April 2020, in some Dior stores and pop-up windows.
Following the New Jordan 2020 high classic design, these sneakers are made from smooth, luxurious leather with a perforated toe box that promotes air circulation and keeps you cool and comfortable. The leather overlay enhances the durability and structure of the shoe, and the ankles are padded for protection and comfort. Where Nike Swoosh is usually simple and effective, this design is full of Dior's instantly recognizable logo patterns. But this is not where Dior stamps his shoes. On Jordan's wing logo-usually labeled "Air Jordan", embossed details are now labeled "Air Dior".