Over the past few months, the Air Jordan 1 High OG Satin “Black Toe” has created quite a buzz. The Air Jordan 1 High PG Satin Black Toe happens to be a follow-up release of the Air Jordan 1 Satin Shattered Blackboard which launched last year in May. The most iconic and fan-favorite colorway is hitting Air Jordan, particularly for women-exclusive release this month.
The shoe features a traditional leather construction along with a classic white/red/black combo color palette which first debuted in 1985. This colorway was last released in 2016.
The Black Toe Chicago became everyone’s favorite quite quickly. Now, the Jordan Brand has incorporated Satin materials to the red highlights of the shoe to add appeal for the female sneaker fans. Though this release is exclusively available in women but looks like that man with smaller feet are going to try to get their hands on these.
The Black Toe theme has brought both leather and satin together for an utterly premium look. Apart from that, the Jordan Brand has also added metal wings logo by the heels which complete the look. The new Air Jordan has a bold look and earns this due to the material substitution on the heel where a silky texture takes the place of regular red leather. The ball-and-wing logo on the collar flap has also been swapped with a bold black jeweled logo instead of a debossed stamp.
The usual black and white leather panels make up the front half of the sneaker, and the red areas swap with a material with a satin sheen. The Air Jordan logo looks like a black metal badge. The sock liner Consist of a silky fabric as well for a more comfortable fit. The midsole is white, and the outsole is red, which ties the complete outlook together.
Air Jordan 1 Satin WMNS Black Toe
Color: Black/Black-White-Varsity Red
Release Date: August 17, 2019
Style Number: CD0461-016
This exciting mix of styles and textures is all set to release on August 17 at the cost of $160. You can cop a pair of this stunning colorway from select retailers and online at Nike.com in women’s sizing.