Bestowed with the “Royal Toe” treatment, the sneaker favors a slightly distressed aesthetic. Cracked leather covers the bright blue “Game Royal” toe box and Swooshes, as well as the black overlays and white heel, resulting in a vintage-inspired look. Meanwhile, canvas touches the midfoot in white as well as the collar in the titular shade. Foam appears on the tongue to match the laces and midsole, painting the rubber outsole in “Game Royal” to unite the entire sneaker.
While Nike has not officially confirmed any release details, the Air Jordan 1 MM High should hit the market later this year via Nike and select retailers for $155 USD.