The Hoyas’ rich blue and grey tones aren’t new to the NIKE, Inc. family of brands, having appeared on the Nike Dunk High‘s inaugural collection in 1985. Since then, the two-color arrangement has appeared on other popular silhouettes, including the Air Jordan 11 Low. It’s appearance on the latest iteration of #23’s 36-year-old silhouette, however, is particularly a treat as it harkens back to the Swoosh’s “Be True To Your School” campaign, and lands on the closest-to-the-original build of the Jordan 1 currently offered. High-quality leather throughout the upper divvy up the light grey and deep blue colors borrowed from Georgetown University, while nylon tongues deliver vintage appeal given their slightly-yellowed makeup. As was the case on the original first Air Jordan, sizing information is stamped directly on the inner collar instead of on a tag. Together, evert component helps strike the perfect balance between heritage and future ambitions.
Color: College Navy/Summit White/Tech Grey
Men’s Nike shoes tend to have an equal width between the forefoot and heel. Women’s Nike shoes most often have a narrower heel than forefoot. Some women with a wider foot will often select men’s shoes for comfort, because women’s shoes are often more narrow than men’s shoes. According to Nike, other fit differences between men and women’s shoes include arch length and height.