Ever since fashion houses have started designing classy, high-end sneakers, there has been a surge in deluxe, luxury kicks. In recent times, even Jordan Brand has introduced luxury variations of its classic basketball models, designed to be worn off the court. Dubbing them Pinnacle, Jordan Brand introduced this new upscale style with the silhouette that had kicked off the Air Jordan line. 2016’s Jordan releases have included Air Jordan 1 Pinnacle iterations featuring everything from pony hair to synthetic python leather. Jordan Brand has even already dropped an Air Jordan 1 Low Pinnacle earlier this year and now another one might be on its way.
Just recently, Jordan brand had published the first official photos of the Air Jordan 1 Low Pinnacle “Metallic Silver.” Back in 1991, Michael Jordan had lead the Chicago Bulls to a championship victory, winning the NBA title for the very first time as a member of team. The Air Jordan 1 Low Pinnacle “Metallic Silver” was designed and recently released in commemoration of the 25th anniversary of that milestone in Michael Jordan’s career. As its nickname suggests, it has entirely lustrous Metallic Silver-colored uppers and lack the signature Nike “Swoosh” logo on the sides, while equipped with clean White soles. The sneaker recently retailed for $160 on October 22nd.
It is not a coincidence that the Air Jordan 1 Low Pinnacle “Metallic Silver” hit the shelves on the same day as the Air Jordan 6 Pinnacle “Metallic Gold.” It turns out that the Air Jordan 1 Low is now receiving the same Pinnacle treatment as the Air Jordan 6. Much like the “Metallic Silver,” its uppers are also covered in a brilliant Metallic Gold hue, complete with tonal Gold-colored laces and Metallic Gold-colored, three-dimensional “Jumpman” hang tag. Last but not least, the Swoosh-less uppers have also been paired with all-White soles. As for when this Air Jordan 1 Low Pinnacle “Metallic Gold” will arrive at retailers, it has not been revealed yet.
Air Jordan 1 Low Pinnacle “Metallic Gold”