Some hate ‘em, some love ‘em. We’re talking about the Jordan 1 Mids. Let's take a closer look at some Jordan 1 Mid colorways. For some people they probably look the same as the Jordan 1 Highs, but there are some important details that make the difference.
The Jordan 1 High is the original silhouette. They released in 1985 for the first time. The Jordan 1 High OG is a great success, also for the new generation. Nike and the Jordan Brand saw this as well. To keep the Jordan 1 High OG more limited, they came up with the Jordan 1 Mid, available for a wider audience.
But how can you see the difference? The Jordan 1 mid is a bit shorter than the Jordan 1 High OG. Still not sure if it’s a High or a Mid? Count the lace holes and you’ll find out! A Jordan 1 Mid has 8 lace holes, while a Jordan 1 High OG has nine lace holes.
Another important difference between the Jordan 1 High OG and the Jordan 1 Mid that you can see very easily is the logo on the tongue of the shoe. The Jordan 1 High OG has the original ‘Nike Air’ branding on the tongue, while the Jordan 1 Mid has the Jumpman logo with ‘AIR’ underneath.
Now let’s take a look at some Jordan 1 Mid colorways!
What's your favorite Jordan 1 Mid colorway?
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