CLOT's Next Air Jordan 1 Mid Collaboration Has Surfaced

CLOT had itself an active year of footwear collaborations in 2021, and it’s ready to push the tempo even more in 2022 with the release of new styles. Edison Chen and Kevin Poon have intentions of building upon its Air Jordan 1 Mid “Fearless” collaboration that launched in 2019 by revisiting the model this year and applying a much more minimal presentation.

The team-up from three years ago was decorated with all-over upper patterns that had tear-away capabilities, but this iteration more so adheres to a neutral-heavy execution. A majority of the installment is treated with smooth leathers across the ankle flaps, quarter panels, Swooshes and overlays that surround the toe boxes, all of which are done up in a clean white. Buttery suede overlays in a light gray are present on the toe boxes, forefoot overlays and lower heels while vintage, creamy finishes apply to the laces and interior lining. Notes of a more muted shade of gray also get brought to the table adjacent to the throat and on the heels, the latter being the host of the ball-and-wings logos which have been moved from its usual collar location. Additionally, exposed orange stitchings pop up on the Swooshes for some added flair.

As of now, there’s no exact time frame as to when these will hit the market, but you can likely expect the drop to go down sometime in 2022.

Elsewhere in sneaker news, the Air Jordan 1 Mid “Reverse Bred” was recently unveiled.
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