Initially seen in kid’s sizing, the Air Jordan 1 Mid “Familia” has recently emerged in an option for adults.
While not officially announced as part of a Latinx Heritage Month collection, images of the mid-top Jordan 1 have surfaced shortly after the Converse Mi Gente capsule. Furthermore, the Spanish-word for “family” is inscribed on the lateral forefoot, and works in-tandem with not only the pair’s color palette, but also detailing to ostensibly nod to Mexican culture. The crackled swooshes and collar underlay mimic a fissured desert floor, while surrounding purplish overlays evoke a twilight. Golden labels on the mesh tongue borrow their design from traditional papel picado decorations; the left shoe’s sockliner features a floral graphic made from a slew of swooshes.
Enjoy official images of the Jordan 1 Mid “Familia” here below, as you wait for details of a Nike.com launch date before October 15th (the end of Latinx Heritage Month).
For more from NIKE, Inc., check out the latest from the Air Force 1, which includes nods to its original 1982 release, England’s Manchester and more.