Including a full React midsole

The Air Jordan 1 is roughly 35 years old and has undergone several retros, fusion models, and updated looks. Jordan brand has countless ways of reinterpreting the Air Jordan 1 (regardless if they look good or cringe-worthy), and this next evolution of the Air Jordan 1 has to be one of the best to date.

Called the Air Jordan 1 High React, this new model reimagines the classic silhouette with an exaggerated rubber Swoosh, multiple overlays comprising of leather and canvas, and thicc rope laces. It borrows a few design cues from the Jordan Proto series with the tongue and heel tabs, and it swaps the OG’s Nike Air cupsole for a full-length React midsole.

This new model basically fuses the old and the new, and it does look promising. The Air Jordan 1 High React is scheduled to drop on July 1 for $170(~Php 8.8k).

Duey Guison

Duey Guison

While he is a tech writer, sneakers is his main passion.