Since its inception in 2020, the Air Jordan 1 High Zoom CMFT has been well-received by the sneaker community for its collaborations with the likes of PSG, Aleali May and more, as well as its slew of GR colorways. And now, the modernized variation of the Air Jordan 1 is slated to release in a brand new format that features golden engravings throughout its base layer.it features a “Metallic Gold” laser-etched pattern that covers almost the majority of the sneaker, while contrasting black has been added to the side panels, padded tongues, and collars.
As you can gather from Air Max 270 moniker, the gilded laser etchings that are dress up the forefoot overlays, toe boxes, ankle flaps, throat overlays and lower heel are what give these kicks its elevated feel.The toe boxes, ankle flaps throat overlays and lower heel panels are all executed with a gilded finish and come carved decorated with an elevated tile-esque aesthetic. Sitting in close proximity to these are black accents which cover the quarters, collars, laces, tongues and the ball-and-wings-logos, as well as hits of shiny blue which coat over the Swooshes. In terms of the base layer’s branding, the Jumpman logos on the tongues also get treated with a golden finish while the cut-out Swooshes are supplied with a shimmery blue filling. The lower sections of the kicks are made up of angelic midsoles and see-through outsoles that are tinted with an icy blue.
This Nike Air Force 1 Low Paisley features a white tumbled leather upper and matching cupsole. Light “Worn Blue” bandana print dresses the Swooshes and the heel panel. Worn Blue is seen again on the tongue tag and insole with a white midsole and outsole finishing off the sneaker.Paisley is among the choice few patterns that seem to be widely well-received. The print commonly seen on handkerchiefs on other midwestern garb makes a surprise appearance on a standard pair of Nike Air Force 1s for women in a “Worn Blue” denim-like shade, further lending to that Americana aesthetic.