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Not feeling the Patent Bred 1s from late 2021 and can’t wait for the original Breds? Take this new Air Jordan 1 Mid colourway as an alternative! When talking about the Air Jordan 1, we always love the colours Black, Red, and White. This Air Jordan 1 Mid “Alternate Bred” puts a twist on the iconic OG “Bred” colourway with minor tweaks. If you want a proper Bred-inspired makeover, you can “paint the heel red” to capture the look!
After the busy year for sneakers in 2022, Jordan Brand wastes no time bringing in more heat this early! Prominent Bred resemblance debuts as one of the hottest Air Jordan 1 Mid releases in 2023.
The Air Jordan 1 changed the Swoosh brand’s popularity in basketball and eventually streetwear. But before all this, the Jordan 1 was simply a basketball shoe worn by none other than Michael Jordan. As his first signature shoe, the AJ1 received a lot of positive reception the same way Michael Jordan wowed the crowd on the court.
Many can recall the Bred as the “banned” shoe. But it’s actually the Nike Air Ship, a similar-looking model worn before MJ debuted the Air Jordan 1.
After decades of greatness, the brand pays homage to the classic Black and Red with a new Mid rendition.
The Air Jordan 1 Mid “Alternate Bred” features a Black leather base with Red accents on the vamp, Swoosh, collar, and outsole. To change things up, the shoe boasts a Black lower heel panel, Red flat laces, and Red interior lining.
Jumpman logos on the tongue give the shoe a modern treatment.
You can cop a pair this January 2023 on the Nike UK website.
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