the modified Air Jordan 1 has emerged in a handful of new styles – including a rose-inspired take by Teyana Taylor. Away from collaborations, the Zoom Air-cushioned retro has taken on vibrant color combinations that deviate from Michael Jordan’s on-court legacy. The latest example to surface features a “White,” “University Blue,” and “Neon Green” mix of tones. The former two hues haven’t been uncommon on the silhouette since it launched in 1985, but the third one has only found a place in the Air Jordan roster as of recent. Nevertheless, the color trifecta helps expand Jordan’s legend decades after his last NBA game; the use of suede, mesh, and other non-original components also tap into lifestyle trends and preferences.