Air Jordan Apex-Utility

Sep 25, 2018

Category: Style

The Air Jordan Brand is beaming into the future with their latest footwear, giving the classic Air Jordan 1 design an innovative upgrade. Utilizing Nike’s footwear technology, the Air Jordan Apex-Utility shoes are moving past free-throw line dunking features and aiming for the stars.

The most significant upgrade these shoes boast is Nike’s ‘React’ technology, which is the first of Jordan Brand’s new models to utilize it. With ‘React’ foam technology, the new Air Jordan kicks will be incredibly durable and deliver outstanding energy return. The futuristic shoes have a ‘Flyknit’ upper covered with a translucent material, adjustable heel straps, and ‘Flight Utility’ graphics on the tongue and heel tabs. Recently, Nike released the React Element 87 shoes, which also have a translucent upper and ‘React’ technology, and they were a huge hit with shoe aficionados. Expect the Jordan Apex-Utility shoes to make some noise as well when they drop in 2019.

Purchase: $200

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