First there was that gigantic Jordans Flower Print banner hanging down the side of the building hosting the store, and now there’s the decoration of CTA Red Line trains in the city with these decals. The imagery features nods to the rich lineage of Air Jordan, from soles in Michael Jordan’s size, to Jumpman logos, to mentions of Jordan Brand athletes like Quentin Richardson.Readers in Chicago should keep an eye out for this awesome mobile celebration of Jordan history cruising through their city and anticipate more to come for the upcoming opening of the 32 State Jordan store.
On the Flower Jordans heels of the upcoming Nike Air Force 1 Mid “Royal” release, a pair that pays homage to Mike’s first signature silhouette, is this ‘Bred’ installment. It’s only right given the 1985 history of both colorways, and after the added attention that that Air Max 1 received featuring a similar MJ motif, will this Air Force 1 Mid receive the same amount of applause? There is a basketball history behind this pair, so the addition of an overt Jordan reference to its arsenal is an interesting advancement.
The colorways are incredibly close to the Jordan 11 Flower Print counterparts; from the smooth leather to the color placement on the panels on the upper, as well as on the midsole and outsole. The only real differences other than the tech and the overall shape is the strap used in place of the wings logo, as well as the classic “-AIR-” usage that is synonymous with Air Force 1s.Featuring the signature black leather coinciding with a vibrant Gym Red, the strap wraps around the upper in red as well.

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