The Air Jordan 1 Low Flyease Gets a Familiar ‘Biohack’ Colourway
Jordan Brand are set to bring the Air Jordan 1 Flyease to market in low-top form later this year, and one of the first colourways to appear is the familiar 'Biohack.' First used on the UNDEFEATED x Nike Dunk High NL in 2005, and recently popularized by the Air Jordan 1 'Biohack' in 2020, this Air Jordan 1 Low is accessible in fit and appealing in style – showing the Jumpman's commitment to providing styles to sneakerheads from all walks of life.
Mixing rich earth tones with vivid neon shades, the 'Biohack' colour scheme is not for the faint of heart! 'Baroque Brown,' navy blue and black collide with 'Laser Orange,' 'Racer Pink,' volt green and cool teal for a look that spans the colour wheel and is sure to turn heads! A bright silver cut-out swoosh finalizes the colour palette.
The Flyease fit system – designed by Tinker Hatfield's brother Tobie Hatfield – is an ingenious zipper that starts on the heel, then wraps up around the medial side of the collar and is secured on the lateral side by a hook-and-loop closure. Working with stretch laces across the tongue, this apparatus enables the wearer to easily zip into and out of their shoes with only one hand, making for an appealing option for both disabled sneakerheads who struggle with traditional laces and anyone who wants an easy on-easy off fit.
See the technical details for yourself above, and expect the Air Jordan 1 Low Flyease 'Biohack' to hit the Nike webstore in the coming months.