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Jasmine Jordan Brings Green Crocodile Suede to the Air Jordan 1

Michael Jordan’s daughter flexes her design skills with a premium sneaker.

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Jasmine Jordan Brings Green Crocodile Suede to the Air Jordan 1

Michael Jordan’s daughter flexes her design skills with a premium sneaker.

Since its 1985 debut, the Air Jordan 1 has seen countless themes and colorways. The silhouette has amassed a loyal following of collectors who appreciate the sneaker’s stylization and rich history.

Back in 2015, Michael Jordan‘s daughter Jasmine Jordan revealed a “Green Croc” AJ1. Since then no further details have emerged and the shoe was presumed to be a PE (or players exclusive) and released to a small group of family and friends. Thanks to English Sole, we now have a more detailed view of Jasmine’s design.

The Air Jordan 1 “Green Croc” PE starts with a crocodile embossed suede upper. Slight contrast comes by way of a darker green shade that lands on the lining, midsole and insole. Metallic gold adds a luxe element to the shoe, highlighting the Swoosh, tongue branding and aglets. Under foot, a gum sole brings a vintage touch to the premium sneaker.

Take a look at Jasmine Jordan’s Air Jordan 1 “Green Croc” in the gallery above and stay tuned for additional info as it becomes available.

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