Since 1985, the Air Jordan 1 has been popular to varying degrees, but in the last three years, it has become the go-to sneaker for both casual and savvy shoppers. In the same time frame, Brand Jordan went back to a design from decades ago by the late Peter Moore and changed it to fit the needs and tastes of its growing and more diverse audience.

FlyEase makes the shoe go well with today’s fashions for women

Michael Jordan’s name-brand company has made changes to the first Air Jordan that make it work better, like adding FlyEase. They have also made fashion-forward versions of the shoe for women. So, styles like the Air Jordan 1 Elevate High mix non-performance cues with on-court history to offer a mix of the old and the new. The most recent of these options combines the classic “White” and “Black” color scheme with an oversized, slightly yellowed midsole for a look that is both familiar and new. The “logoless” tab on the tongue and the lateral ankle flap, as well as the zippered collar on the medial side, make it easier to get into the shoe.


Check out the Women’s Elevate Highs if you’re looking for a new take on the Air Jordan 1. This is one of the best ways to add a pair of JB originals to your rotation, thanks to its FlyEase, stylized design, and mid-’80s vibe.