Jordan Brand has taken a lot of flack from enthusiasts for the overwhelming amount of AJ1s releasing in the last year or so. And while the 1 may be the Jordan Dunk these days, a lot of the new colorways are different from other sneakers we’ve seen, including these navy and gold metallic colorways.
Available now, both of these Air Jordan 1s rely on their material and color choice for their designs, as they maintain single-shade uppers. The metallic gold pair is actually reflective, broken up with grey laces and a grey tongue label, while white is used for the liner and midsole. For the navy blue pair, the patent leather contains a metallic flake you can see when you look super close. The liner is a slightly lighter shade of blue, while the midsole breaks up the blue.
Click here to check both pairs.