Air Jordan 1 Mid starting to be respected?

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The Air Jordan 1 Mid has been around for some time now. However, it is nowhere near as popular as the Air Jordan 1 OG highs.

Firstly, the A. J. 1 was not in a mid-cut. So, in the same way that the original colorways often outsell new colorways. The first real cut of the A. J. 1 is so attractive.

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As well as the nostalgia not being there, the mid-cut also has a few fundamental changes which don’t help it either. For example, the Jumpman logo on the tongue instead of the original Nike Air logo.

The shoe has made of a nubuck material instead of the leather that you come to expect on the iconic silhouette.

Air Jordan 1 Fearless Collection


This has all started to change, though, as the Air Jordan mid has seen an increase in popularity over the past year. Partially because of collaborations such as with Quai 54 and the artists from the Fearless collection.

Jordan Mid’s have started to be worn regularly by big names such as Chris Paul and Future, as they have become more openly respected.

The Air Jordan 1 Fearless collection included A. J. 1 mids designed by Blue The Great, Edison Chen, Melody Ehsani, Maison Chateau Rouge, and Facetasm. Varying in looks wildly yet they are all sold out.

Quai 54 made an Air Jordan 1 Mid and an Air Jordan 6, and surprisingly. it was the Air Jordan 6 that hit the sales.

Sneakersnstuff added to the A. J. 1 hype, and even Marcus Jordan, Michaels son. He said that the mids had seen an increase in sales.


Whether you think this will be a short trend or you think the A.J. 1 Mid is here to stay. There should be more mids on the way and considering it’s a Jordan brand sneaker. Their price of $110 is a great deal.

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