Along with the Air Jordan 1 Low “Paris”, an Air Jordan 1 Mid inspired by the city of Milan will be releasing as part of Jordan Brand’s upcoming City Pack.
The Air Jordan 1 Mid “Milan” is inspired by the Italian city’s architecture, including the Gothic Duomo di Milano Cathedral and the Santa Maria Delle Grazie Convent —where Leonardo da Vinci painted “The Last Supper.” Jordan Brand’s connection to Italy goes back to the 80s, as the Air Jordan II’s were touched by fine Italian craftsmanship.
Jordan Brand salutes the baroque marble, the waves and the ripples of Milan’s architectural legends and integrates it all in one shoe. It sports an upper leather, suede, and canvas sporting soft sophisticated colors of bone white, beige, and caramels. The shoe also comes equipped with an “MNL” hang tag.
The Air Jordan Mid “Milan” will release exclusively at ONE BLOCK DOWN store on February 19th and will release globally on the ONE BLOCK DOWN website on February 20th for $130 USD. The store is also holding a one-day Jordan exhibition at Milan Museo Del 900 on February 19th, where those who purchased the Milan shoe can enter a free-throw contest to purchase rare archival shoes like the Virgil Abloh Off-White x Air Jordan 1 “Chicago” and the Fragment x Air Jordan 1 at the original MSRP.
Air Jordan 1 Mid “Milan”
Color: Sail/Light Bone-String-Shimmer
Style Code: CV3044-100
Release Date: February 19, 2020 (Italy)
Release Date: February 20, 2020
Price: $130 USD
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