This year seems to have spurred an ongoing reimagining of the Air Jordan 1, which has resulted in a number of different variations of Jordan Brand’s iconic signature sneaker model. It all began when the “Reimagined” Collection joined the Air Jordan releases 2018 at the beginning of this year. There have been a few other unconventional Air Jordan 1 renditions here and there. This time, it seems Jordan Brand is venturing into experimenting with uncommon materials rather than design. This venture of theirs comes to life through an Aleali May x Air Jordan 1, and an Air Jordan 1 “Utility” Pack consisting of four different iterations.
Aleali May’s latest collaboration with Jordan Brand once again involves the Air Jordan 1, but this latest iteration is far more colorful than the corduroy/satin one from last year. This upcoming iteration gives off 90s vibes since it is once again made up of corduroy and satin. Its uppers are dressed up in a combination of Core Bordeaux, Light Armory Blue, Rush Red and Sunset Tint. Apart from being multicolored and vibrant, it comes with removable tongue patches that are covered in what appears to be something like long pony hair. Aleali May’s latest collaborative iteration will make its retail debut at a price of $160 in December 2018.
The “Utility” Pack will also be joining the Air Jordan releases 2018 that will be arriving during the Holiday Season. Not only does this pack include the traditional Air Jordan 1 High but also the following variations, all of which are made up of materials like buck, leather and Sherpa.
The Air Jordan 1 High – Its uppers are dressed up in a combination of Black, Beach, Natural Olive and Ridgerock.
The Air Jordan 1 Rebel – Its uppers are dressed up in a combination of Black, Parachute Beige and Sail.
The Air Jordan 1 Jester – Its uppers are dressed up in a combination of Black, Beige, Lava Red and Parachute Beige.
As you may have figured, all of the above are exclusively women’s releases. Also, since they will be a part of Jordan Brand’s Holiday 2018 Collection, they have certainly be designed for cold winter weather.