MIDS have long been a point of contention among Air Jordan 1 collectors. The Air Jordan 1 initially dropped in a high-cut profile, followed quickly by a low-cut version, and ever since then, mids — which were released only in the 2000s — have always been considered the odd sneaker out.
Not Michael Jordan, though.
Jordan wears AJ 1 Mid 'Heat Reactive - Color Change'
In a post uploaded by hoops photographer TrigShotIt, His Airness can be seen wearing a pair of AJ1s in the ‘Heat Reactive - Color Change’ colorway.
Released just this year, this shoe packs some color-changing technology. The heel, collar, and tongue tags are coated in heat-reactive material that — just like the name says — changes hue when exposed to heat. The hues shift from yellow to blue to green, creating a reflective, metallic sheen that’s a guaranteed head-turner on court… even if you aren’t Michael Jordan.
On StockX, this pair is currently selling for a highest bid of $277, or around P13,900.
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