Truly capturing J Balvin’s out-there aesthetic by blending into one another across the canvas uppers.
Colombian reggaeton singer J Balvin debuted his collaborative Air Jordan 1 High right at the beginning of 2020 in his half-time performance at the Super Bowl, and it’s finally getting a release.
The vibrant rainbow colourway is a far cry from the on-court icons that once graced the feet of MJ, truly capturing J Balvin’s out-there aesthetic by blending into one another across the canvas uppers. But it’s not just the colourway that’s out-there. The unfinished edges and detachable motifs at the heel are, too, adding the final disruptive touches to the unconventional rework.