It must be said, Jordan Brand has been elevating their game like never before. Spring drops were already epic. But then came Summer, and then, the brand started showing what real creativity is. The upcoming Air Jordan 1 Sashiko is all the proof you need to get where we’re coming from. And since we’re on the Jordan Low topic, you got to know that, unlike the Shashiko pair, the AJ1 Low Coconut has an official release date. So, if you want to practice your copping skills before the Shashiko AJs drop, feel free to check all release details.
Today, we aren’t only celebrating the Sashiko comeback, but Yeezys’, as well! If you haven’t been following sneaker news’ by the minute, you got to know that Adidas will be selling Yeezys again. And this looks to be happening way sooner than expected! Meaning that, if you’ve been contemplating kicking off that reselling hustle of yours, now is the best time to do that. You got May Jordans still rolling out, Nike Dunks, Adidas, and now Yeezys.
However, copping sneakers, like the upcoming Jordan 1 Sashiko, for retail on release day needs some epic skills- especially if you want to cop in bulk! This requires a great strategy. Luckily for you, we thoroughly planned out the strategy for you. So, click on the button below for the best sneaker-copping guide out there!
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What is Sashiko?
Sashiko is an early-400-year-old traditional Japanese embroidery style, that’s main purpose was to keep clothes warm and preserved. Back then, farming and fishing families, specifically, needed suitable and comfortable workwear that could keep them warm all at the same time. So, they came up with the idea of stitching pieces of worn-out fabric together, creating layers upon layers. This way they had fully-constructed clothes.
This style developed some more so that the embroidery wasn’t developed in a random style. But it rather followed a certain geometric pattern which is separated into five main types. And just like the way old fashion has been reintroduced into the fashion industry, the Sashiko style made it in as well. And in today’s world, it became fashionable decorative stitching, which popular brands, such as Nike, are adopting. Now, let’s see what the new Jordan 1 Sashiko is all about.
Air Jordan 1 Sashiko
This isn’t the first time Jordan Brand give Js the Shasiko treatment. But back in 2020, the brand debuted an Air Jordan 4 SE Sashiko, which created quite the hype in the industry. Matter of fact, this silhouette now resells for an average of $326 on the aftermarket.
So, the new Air Jordan 1 Sashiko adopts the Wabi Sabi concept- finding beauty in imperfection. The base comes covered in White, while Off-White covers the laces. Cut-out-like denim overlays the heel, forefoot, eye stay, and part of the upper tongue.
Additioal features include a brownish-aged midsole, giving the kicks a vintage feel to them. You can also find the signature Jordan logo embroidered on the heel in White, while a Jumpman insignia sits on the tongue tags. Finally, Black outsoles and Swoosh complete the look.