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Often dressing up in wild materials as of late, the Air Jordan 1 has slowly become a mad science experiment for Beaverton designers with even shipping departments now arriving as inspirations. Bringing things back to basics, however, the silhouette is now set to see another reinterpretation of the iconic “Bred” colorway, this time being mostly made up of the neutral component. Uppers take on a construction of satin — a favorite for fervent fans of the brand — across much of its underlying structure: dressed in black for the most part, these layers retain intrigue through the sheen of the more luxurious fabrication despite lying adjacent to overlays of more ordinary smooth leathers. Laces and the standard assortment of iconography only act as accent notes in their bold red tone, giving a few options for those who may be looking for an all black pair to add to the rotation. Grab a detailed look right here, and if you’re interested in grabbing these, then be sure to tune in for word on their release at select retailers and Nike.com.