Nike Air Jordan Shoes,The Air Jordan 1 has taken on all kinds of shapes and sizes over the years.Dubbed the Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG NRG No L’s Varsity Red, this new colorway of the model also comes with several new design details. 2018 however, has been a little different for the timeless silhouette.The theme to these Air Jordan 1s are the details, which pokes fun at resell culture. Check out the unique new “No L’s” pair, expected to launch later this year.Take for example the tongues, they replace the Nike Air branding with “Wear” and “Me” on the right and left tongue. This Air Jordan 1 comes dressed in a Sail, Black, and Varsity Red color scheme.
Nike Air Force 1 LTR Low Wheat ,The Air Jordan 1 is timeless, plain and simple. There is just no arguing as to its impact on not only sneaker culture but sports and fashion around the world.The shoe starts off with a Sail, Black, and Varsity Red color scheme placed all over the leather upper.Since its inception in 1985, the Jordan 1 has seen plenty of changes and colorways. From low-cut models to Virgil Abloh’s deconstructed take, the Jordan 1 has almost done it all.“No Photos” appears on the heels while “Please Crease” is noted on the toe boxes.This month, a never-before-seen pair surfaced online, featuring quite possibly one of the most intriguing designs yet.Highlighting the shoe are its messages that includes “No Photos” heel embroidery, “Please Crease” on the toes, “Wear Me” tongue tags, and “Not For Resale” text on the midsole.
The most noticeable thing about the Air Jordan 1 High “No L’s” is the writing all over the shoe. What really makes this pair standout is the additional text and phrases placed all over the sole and upper.While many have compared it to Virgil Abloh’s Off-White take on Nike shoes, it is presented very differently here. Instead of providing insights on the shoe and its production, Jordan instead used the script to take shots at the resale market, and resellers as a whole.The inside of the shoe comes with “Sorry, This Pair Is Not Numbered” on the inner lining of the left shoe, and “General Release” on the right. Phrases like “Please Crease”, “This Pair is not Numbered” and “Wear Me” decorate different areas of the shoe, and are generally the opposite of how you would expect sneakerheads to wear Jordan 1’s.“Not For Resale” is placed on the the midsole, and “No L’s” is printed on the insole. In an industry dominated by third-party sellers, Nike is making a statement with their latest Air Jordan 1 Retro High. It continues inside the shoe with “No L’s” insoles, “General Release,” and “Sorry, This Pair is Not Numbered” displayed on the inner lining.Buy best price Air Jordan 1 on Sportjordans.