The Extremely Limited Air Jordan 1 Mid “Women In Flight Title IX” Is Up for Auction

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It’s your chance to cop the extremely limited Air Jordan 1 Mid “Women In Flight Title IX”, which has now been put up for charity auction. The pair (there are only two in existence) was designed by Elizabeth Brock-Jones, a senior innovator at Nike, Kendal Bagby, senior executive assistant at Nike, and legendary designer Tinker Hatfield.

The Air Jordan 1 Mid “Women In Flight Title IX” features a clean mint green and lemon yellow color blocking scheme that represents the University of Oregon Athletics Women In Flight community’s “Go Do Anything” campaign and the 50th Anniversary of Title IX. To further pay homage to its influences, the sneaker comes packaged in a special wooden box that’s been engraved with the Women In Flight’s “Go Do Anything” mantra.

You can place our bids for the Air Jordan 1 Mid “Women In Flight Title IX” until the auction closes on August 8 at 6 pm EST. Proceeds from the sale will go towards women’s athletics programs via the Women In Flight’s Title IX campaign. You can donate here.

Air Jordan 1 Mid “Women In Flight Title IX”


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