The J Balvin x Air Jordan 1 High is slated to debut in November, after its official unveiling by the Colombian singer himself this past February during Super Bowl 54. Other details include exposed foam tongues, Balvin’s Happy Face logo on the heel as well as on the tongue label of the left shoe. Finally, black laces and white rubber soles top off the style. More imagery of the silhouette continue to surface online, highlighting its colorful tie-dye aesthetic across the layered canvas uppers with jagged edges on the toe box.
Following a “Volt” iteration, the hybrid 2020 Jordan Sneaker Reign is unveiled in a versatile “Ash” colorway next which is dropping this summer. Finally, a full-length translucent VaporMax tooling tops off the mashup design. Additionally, an Ash Grey shroud with silver trimming, followed by a zippering system on the medial side and the distinctive hologram logo is prominent on its ankle. Combining elements from the Nike Air VaporMax and the Air Jordan 13 — the model’s upper derives from the Air Jordan 13 via the signature dimpled leather construction along with mesh detailing on the toe.
The Jordan 2020 Release has arrived at select international retailers today, as its stateside release will follow just a few days later. The simple color layout is detailed with a white signature [email protected] logo across the heel, while special [email protected] graphic insoles, followed by a white midsole and grey outsole tops off the design. Noted as one of the more sought-after SB Dunks this year, the model is composed of black pony hairy uppers with sail-colored hairy heel tabs.