Teased throughout the better half of 2021, the Men's and Women's Air Jordan 1 was confirmed as part of Jordan Brand’s Spring 2022 retro collection on December 10th, 2021. Ahead of the pair’s February 16th release date, the shoes have emerged via official images. Undoubtedly a nod to the model’s original “Royal Blue” colorway, the upcoming sneakers add yet another tally to the legacy of Peter Moore’s 37-year-old design.


Despite being months away, Fall’s upcoming set of Jordan releases have already been leaked in force. Air Jordan 1 Shoes And come time, following both collaborations and captivating Retros, the brand will bring out a rather experimental Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG Pro. More appropriate to Spring or Summer, the colorway sports pastels in a fashion similar to current offerings.

First teased in June 2021, the Buy Latest Air Jordan 1 “Dark Marina Blue” is set to launch in the first quarter of the new year. Before heading to retailers in the U.S.A., however, the pair is releasing in the United Kingdom and Europe on January 22nd. At quick glance, the upcoming sneakers deliver a modified version of the model’s inaugural “Royal Blue” colorway from 1985, but closer inspection reveals enough changes to give the pair its own identity.

Though the base retains its typical white leathers, the suede overlays atop lean on florals as it displays a light, pale pink. Buy Air Jordan 1 Online The counter and Swoosh, then, match both the lining and lace unit in deep black — the latter two doing so against Total Orange accents, while the former fixtures are accented by neutral contrast stitch. What’s more, the counter rounds off the colorway in cool tones, with the ankle flap bearing a textured aqua and its backing a deeper Royal.

Synthetic leather covers the entirety of the upper, with panels peeking out at the toe box, mid-foot and collar areas boasting a pitch-“Black” arrangement. Shop Air Jordan 1 Overlays found at these aforementioned locations, then, indulge in the Air Jordan 1‘s titular “Dark Marina Blue” hue; tongue labels and Nike Dunk-reminiscent outsoles underfoot follow suit.