The Jordan 1 Is Getting An Elephant Print Makeover
Nike's famous Elephant Print is one of the most iconic and recognizable materials in the world of sneakers. From the late 1980s and shoes like the Air Jordan 3, to hyped up collabs like the Supreme x Nike SB Dunk line that began in the early 2000s, the print made famous for essentially saving Michael Jordan's partnership with Nike in 1988 is as important as it gets for sneakerheads.
While some may say that the print has been overused, any time a sneaker releases with it, more people seem to be interested. This spring, the Air Jordan 1 Mid will get a new "Elephant Toe" colorway that will further the polarization the love/hate relationship sneakerheads have with the AJ1 Mid.
The black and grey color palette with the inclusion of Elephant Print is similar to releases from previous years but with the current hype around the Jordan 1, these will surely sell fast. No release date has been set for the Jordan 1 Mid "Elephant Toe" but according to House of Heat, these will be dropping this spring.
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