The NBA All-Star starters have been announced and the reserve selections were unveiled last night. While plenty people are arguing and lamenting over potential snubs, there was no denying some of Jordan Brand’s top athletes, as Kawhi Leonard will start for the Western Conference, and triple-double machine Russell Westbrook will come off the bench, each presumably wearing special edition Air Jordan 31 “All-Star” pairs. So what else does Jordan Brand have in store for the star-studded weekend in New Orleans? Today we get a look at the Air Jordan 1 All-Star, a pair featuring chameleon-inspired iridescent panels in a “Black Toe” color-blocking for the perfect combination of both old and new.
The Air Jordan 1 “All-Star” 2017 features a remastered upper complete with ‘Nike Air’ branding on the tongue, an icy outsole for an added twist, with shades of teal, purple, and blue changing depending on where the light hits throughout. We’ve already seen the Air Jordan 6 “All-Star” featuring similar iridescent qualities, so how does the Air Jordan 1 All-Star stack up by comparison? It’s worth noting that the colors seen throughout Jordan Brand’s 2017 All-Star Collection are heavily influenced by the Charlotte Hornets, the team that would be hosting this year’s All-Star festivities before the NBA moved the location due to some political issues regarding anti-LGBT legislation.
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