What’s in the Nike/Jordan Fearless Ones collection?

Posted: 21 October 2019 10:09 am
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Get a first glimpse at the new Air Jordan 1 collection and find out when you can get your hands on each and every sneaker drop.

Nike's Air Jordan 1 sneakers are some of the most coveted kicks on the market, which is why it comes as no surprise that the brand consistently reimagines them again and again. From the Obsidian sneakers that paid tribute to the alma mater of Michael Jordan himself to the sunny First Class Flight kicks, we've seen several versions of the shoe released this year already. Now though, Nike is gearing up to release an entire collection of the silhouette under the moniker "Fearless".

While we've already had a sneak peek at the Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG Fearless model, there are plenty more iterations set to come. Included in the line are a Zoom Air variation, a FlyEase entrant and a whopping six collaborative efforts with names like Edison Chen and Japanese clothing label Facetasm.

The first to arrive is the FlyEase model, which will land on 1 November. The style sees a black satin upper paired with a crisp white toe box and midsole. A blood red heel panel and Swoosh rounds out the design.

Jordan FlyEase Fearless

Next up is the Retro High OG. Landing in stores on 2 November, the kicks feature split-coloured panels in white, black, cherry red and periwinkle blue.

Nike retro Fearless

The Blue The Great x Air Jordan 1 Mid arrives on 9 November in a playful colour-blocked design which sees red, blue, green, yellow and white panelling contrasted with a black lace guard, black laces and black Nike Swoosh.

Jordan x Blue the Great

Teaming up with cooking collective Ghetto Gastro, a pair of black and hot pink Air Jordan 1 Low React is scheduled for release on 14 November.

Ghetto Gastro x Jordan

A second collaborative effort comes in the form of the Air Jordan 1 Mid silhouette reimagined by fashion label Melody Ehsani. The sneakers see hits of pastels in pink, green, and bright blue featured on an otherwise monochrome design. They are scheduled for release on 15 November.

Melody Ehsani x Air Jordan 1 Mid

Facetasm's iteration meanwhile arrives in a white and teal colourway with pops of black and red. You can shop them from 22 November.

Facetasm x Air Jordan 1 Mid

A pair of black and white Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG Bloodline sneakers arrive on 29 November, complete with blood red detailing and laces.

Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG

Another pair of Air Jordan 1 Mids brings Maison Château Rouge's African heritage to life with a mix of desert colours and wild patterns. They arrive on 30 November.

Maison Chateau Rouge x Air Jordan 1 Mid

In collaboration with actor and fashion designer Edison Chen, the Air Jordan 1 Mids get a nylon grey makeover, complete with ornate detailing, black lacing and a black Nike Swoosh. The sneakers drop on 7 December.

Edison Chen x Air Jordan 1 Mid

Also arriving on 7 December is the Air Jordan 1 Retro High Zoom, which features a full iridescent purple and blue coating and black laces.

Air Jordan 1 Retro High Zoom

Finally, a matte black Come Fly With Me iteration with red detailing and a white midsole will drop just in time for Christmas.

Air Jordan 1 Mid “Come Fly With Me

The collection also includes the Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG Shattered Backboard 3.0 and the Air Jordan 1 Hi OG Fearless sneakers which are coming soon on the Australian Nike site.

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

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