At quick glance, the pair’s “Baroque Brown” “Racer Pink”, and other disparate hues may seem more suitable for the experimental Jordan Mid, but they grace the High in honour of a city that’s embraced Jordans for decades: Tokyo. The eye-catching palette resembles the bright lights all-over Japan’s capital, infusing a modern sensibility into the heritage silhouette. Overlays throughout the shoe boast soft suede that may not make a statement with their colour scheme but do so with their premium construction. Unlike most other iterations of the Jordan 1 High, this “Bio Hack” version features an embroidered tongue badge instead of the vintage-style “NIKE AIR” branding. Underfoot, the high-top retro forgoes any tried-and-tested arrangement in favour of a predominantly faint neon green sole unit.