Especially disparate are the heel and Jumpman branding the latter in its solid pink finish and the former in its pastel-dominant tie-dye. For a Alexander McQueen Shoes closer look at this upcoming Air Jordan 1 Mid, check out the official images below. News of the Jordan 1 price increase might have been a sore sight for some, but such a decision was anticipated given how the demand continues to exceed to supply by a wide margin. It won’t come into play until the Holiday 2022 season, which means all the Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG releases from now until the end of September will stay at the $170 price-point that was introduced in 2020.
Thanks to the late Virgil Abloh as well as upcoming partnerships with Union LA, A Ma Maniere, and J Balvin, 2022 has really become the year of the Air Jordan 2. And while the calendar is already stacked with releases, it seems we’ve seen only a fraction of what’s in store for us, as leakers have just unveiled a collaboration with none other than Maison Chateau Rouge. A familiar name – as the Paris storefront joined Edison Chen, Melody Ehsani, Alexander McQueen Outlet and many others for the FEARLESS ONES – Maison Chateau Rouge is taking a different approach with the Air Jordan 2. Its color, compared to their AJ1 Mid, is much more subtle, as the palette’s yellow and orange accents appear infrequently across the toe, profile, heel, and DIY-esque stitching. An off-white finish and light grey build out much of the upper, both of which make up for their lack of pop with rippled fringes, brogue-inspired perforations, and a unique all-over debossing. What’s more, alongside the co-branding at the heel, the pair is packaged with special insoles, whose graphic features a cameo from MJ himself as well as the mention of the United Youth International.