The Cement/Elephant Print Makes An Appearance On Two Different Jordan 1 High Colorways

Around the beginning of the second week of November, the Air Jordan 1 High was previewed in photos revealing a brand new colorway that many Jordanheads are referring to as the “Unsupreme.” However, perhaps a better nickname for the sneaker would be “Black Cement,” considering the cement/elephant print detailing that covers the sneaker. It probably even reminds them of the Supreme x Nike SB Dunk Low “Black Cement,” which sported a design. Now it seems that this upcoming Jordan release 2015 of the Air Jordan 1 High could mark the retail debut of another cement/elephant print-covered iteration, which makes two versions of this kind that are on their way.

AIR-JORDAN-1-2It is being rumored that the black and white Air Jordan 1 High that was unveiled earlier this month might be the latest addition to the Jordan Lab series. Upon first glance, the fact that the sneaker’s upper is predominantly dressed up in cement/elephant print is the first thing that can be noticed. The ankle collar, side panels and toebox comprise of black leather and are the only portions not featuring the cement/elephant print. Moreover, the heel sports a black Jumpman and the tongue sports a red one. The bottom half of the sneaker includes the combination of a white midsole and black outsole. The more recent yet similar colorway of the Air Jordan 1 High that surfaced not so long ago somewhat resembles the one described above. The major difference being that the upper of this colorway is entirely red instead of grey, it sports black cement/elephant print detailing, which appears nearly tonal and quite subtle.

So far, there have been no hints or news regarding dates for the respective Jordan release 2015 of each version, but they will likely hit the shelves by the end of this year. However, this gives Jordanheads time to decide which of the above Air Jordan 1 High iteration they would like to grab.

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