Nike Air Jordan 1 Women’s Reflective Mid SE: First look

Posted: 6 December 2019 9:43 am

Nike Air Jordan 1 Mid SE For Women

A sleek day time look meets a retro night time vibe with this latest sneaker iteration from Nike.

The Air Jordan 1 silhouette seems to be having a moment, with Nike releasing drop after drop of the classic basketball kicks. In the last couple of months alone, we've seen the release of the highly-anticipated Shattered Backboard 3.0 sneakers and gotten sneak peeks of both the Dior x Nike collaboration and the reflective Retro High OG Zoom model.

Now, a first look at a new iteration has just been revealed, and we're already calling this one as an absolute sellout.

Release date: Unknown

Price: US$120

Where to buy: Unknown, but most likely in-store and online at Nike.

Arriving in a crisp all-white upper with white laces, the latest Air Jordan 1s feature black bordering along each panel. The result is a versatile pair of streetwear shoes, with just enough detailing to make them stand out.

The real eye-catching element though happens when the lights go out. The clean white upper fades to black, while the black outlines change to a reflective rainbow pattern that will have you ready to party.

A release date for the Air Jordan 1s is yet to be announced, meaning that we probably won't see this particular pair of kicks until some time next year. When they do drop, we can expect them to become available both online and in-store at Nike, as well as in usual stockists such as JD Sports and Platypus Shoes.

The Mid SEs will be available in women's-only sizes.

Nike Air Jordan 1 Mid SE For Women

In other sneaker news, adidas is in the midst of dropping new variations of its cult-favourite Stan Smith model. Titled aditech, the winter-friendly kicks feature thermal heat-reflective technology and a cosy fleece lining to keep your feet toasty warm in the cooler months.

Reebok is meanwhile upping its sustainability game with the introduction of a plant-based running shoe. While no release information is available just yet, the shoe will drop some time next year so keep your eyes peeled.

For more Nike news and release dates, you can check out our Nike hub.

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