When it comes to basketball-inspired shoes, Jordan Brand is one of the most recognizable brands in the industry. The company’s Air He Jordan 1 silhouette originally appeared as a basketball shoe, but has since become a streetwear staple. The footwear company recently unveiled a new ‘Flower Garden’ colorway for the AJ 1, due out next year.
The Air Jordan 1 Mid Silhouette “Flower Garden” colorway is part of the footwear label’s 2023 sneaker release list. No release date has been set yet, but these beautifully crafted sneaker designs will only be available in women’s sizes.
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The Nike Air Jordan 1 Mid “Floral Garden” colorway is named after a poem by Robert Herrick. Jordan fans can purchase this floral shoe online and at select retailers.
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Pastel florals cover the entire design, casting sail-like hues on rolled leather surfaces, and airy pistachio wraps around silky leather base layers. A striking purple color covers the collar and heel area.
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A similar sail element is used to make the tongue flaps. These tongue flaps are adorned with bright purple lace sets. Lace-like purple material is also used for the insole and insole. These insoles feature the iconic Jumpman logo. The purple hit is complemented by a contrasting shade of red that appears subtly on the tongue lining and logo.