Jordan Brand created the Air Jordan 1 High Zoom CMFT lineage to cater to the sneaker crowd that wants the overall shape of the Air Jordan 1 but with a modernized twist. Its technical and dimensional build has captured positive responses thus far, so much so that the Jumpman team decided to give it a sequel with the launch of the Air Jordan 1 High Zoom CMFT 2. And now the model has popped up on our radar once again in the form of a new “Citron Tint” colorway that’s been revealed by way of official imagery.
Judging by the looks of its bold and bright palette, it’s likely that this iteration is meant to align with the transition into the summer season. Buttery suede overlays are dyed with its titular hue and come paired up next to “Muslin” toe boxes and quarter panels. Laces and midsoles are sprayed with a “Guava Ice” paint job and come neighbored by more saturated “Dynamic Yellow” hits atop the tongues, collars, cut-out mesh Swooshes and treading. “Zoom Air” branding tops off the tongue banners and insoles for extra flair.
Be on the lookout for Jordan Brand retailers to release these in the coming months for $150 USD.
In other news, a Jordan Zion 2 “Celestial Gold” installment has been unveiled.