Nike has dressed the Air Jordan 1 in royal purple colours, subtly altered the "Court Purple" color blocking of 2018.
The Jordan Air Jordan 1 Court Purple Sneakers have been around for a long time, and they are still some of the most popular sneakers today! With so many different colorways, they're hard to keep track of.
Purple was once considered the royal color. Certain rulers made it illegal for anybody other than themselves to wear the color, making it readily identifiable as a prestigious, yet restricted sign of greatness. However, these OG Court Purple AJ1s are available for everyone to pay homage to the GOAT's heritage.
The shoe's iconic shapes are revised from previous year's release, with a more modest blend of black and white embellishments, allowing the color of royalty to say nothing but facts: Nobody held court quite like Michael Jordan.
Air Jordan 1 Heritage
The Air Jordan 1 is one of the most well-known and recognizable sneakers in history. In 1985, Michael Jordan laced up his first signature shoe and took over basketball and sneaker culture, transcending the game.
The AJ1 has a Swoosh and Wings logo, as well as Nike Air for cushioning, and was designed by Peter Moore. The Chicago, Shadow, Royal, Bred, and Black Toe releases, among others, have all become classics.
The AJ1 Retro, which was first released in 1994 and then again in 2001, has continued its tradition of new incarnations, with the future 'Brotherhood,' 'Georgetown,' and 'Rebellionaire' releases.
Women Jordan Court Purple (White)
The Air Jordan 1 High OG 'Court Purple' for women is inspired by the original 'Metallic Purple' Air Jordan 1 from 1986. The high-top is distinguished by a white leather upper with violet accents on the Swoosh and collar.
The Air Jordan 1 Court Purple for women is made of white leather with Court Purple accents on the Swoosh and collar. Similar to other iconic Jordan 1s, a Court Purple Wings logo is visible at the ankle.
This Air Jordan 1 features a White leather upper with satin sockliner, Purple Swooshes, ankle collar, Wings logo, tongue branding, insoles, and rubber outsole, identical to the OG "Metallic Purple" Air Jordan 1s.
The same violet hue can be found on the Nike Air tongue tag and Jordan Wings emblem on the lateral collar flap, as well as the satin collar lining, which adds a luxurious touch to the shoe. A two-tone rubber cupsole with encapsulated Nike Air in the heel provides lightweight cushioning. The style is completed by white "Nike Air" branded insoles atop a white midsole.
The Air Jordan 1 Court Purple (W) for women was introduced in June 2021 and sold for $170.
Women Jordan 1 Court Purple Pictures
Jordan 1 Retro High OG 'Court Purple 2.0
The Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG 'Court Purple 2.0' was released in 2020 and is a follow-up to the 2018 colorway, which included the same violet accents.
Unlike its predecessor, this pair uses color blocking similar to the original 'Chicago' colorway, with Court Purple replacing the original's red paneling. The shoe's upper contains Court Purple overlays throughout and features 'Chicago'-style color blocking.
The tooling is otherwise white and black, with a splash of Court Purple on the concentric outsole. A black Nike Swoosh and matching black on the laces and cushioned collar complete the look.
The The Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG Court Purple 2.0 was introduced in June 2021 and sold for $190.
Jordan 1 Purple Pictures
The Jordan Air Jordan 1 is a great sneaker that looks good and is comfortable to wear. If you are looking for a nice pair of sneakers then look no further than these. They may be expensive but they will last you and with an extensive range of other colors, there is something for everyone. I would recommend you buy them!
The women's "Court Purple" Air Jordan 1 High OG, which pays homage to the 1985 OG "Metallic Purple" Air Jordan 1, has was also formally unveiled by Jordan Brand. The release date June 3rd, and is available in enlarged women's sizes.