The Nike Air Jordan 1 High Utility Stash “White Nylon” Packs Heat
Jordan spent so much time in the air. Next time, he'll be able to bring along everything he needs—like a cigar and a lighter.
Michael Jordan at age 37 was one year into his second retirement from the NBA. When he came back two years later in a Wizards uniform, he was still the GOAT but the shadow of his former self was slowly latching on. His shoes, on the other hand, at 37 continues to evolve. As versatile as Jordan was with a basketball, so are his shoes. By now, there seems to be a Jordan 1 fit for every occasion, be it your own wedding.
Earlier this year, Nike gave the classic a utilitarian overhaul with the Air Jordan 1 Stash “Quai 54”. A variant equipped with a modular stash on the heel and a pocket on its medial. Many consider the reinvention divisive but if you’re a fan, add this to the cart.
The “White Nylon” redresses the indigo and red from its predecessor for a sleeker monochromatic outfit. The silhouette sees a more durable nylon ripstop base built with canvas overlays from the mudguard, eyestay, collar, and heel. The branding elements are in black regalia. The Swoosh on the medial, the Nike Air logo on the tongue, and the Jordan Wings on the collar, standing out on the spectral white body.
The namesake stash is fastened on the heel. Somewhat in militaristic fashion, it features muted graphics and fonts reminiscent of ’80s sci-fi computer interface. Completing the exterior are the sail midsole and the aged yellow outsole.
There’s no release date yet but we got your six. We’ll let you know when we get an update.
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