A Close Look At The Air Jordan 1 Flyknit Banned Next To The Bred 1

I came across fastpass, a foreign website that specializes in thorough details about sneakers i.e. materials, performance, etcc. You have to appreciate people like that who don’t just tell you about colorways, but give you an in depth analysis of the product before you make the purchase. Today, they zeroed in on the upcoming Air Jordan 1 Flyknit and pinned it next to the Bred 1. Enjoy the pictures below and be sure to leave your feedback.

Knit materials make up the entire upper in black and red
Full grain leather upper dressed in the same black and red color combination- The wings logo is black on the Banned 1 while red on the flyknit edition
Back view showing the leather overlays on the panel logos ( swoosh and its extension, tab)
Back view
The outsoles are pretty much identical- this is the outsole of the Flyknit 1
Banned 1 outsole
Breathable knit toe box
perforations on the toe box for ventilation purposes
The flyknit 1 as a single shoe weighs about 403 grams or 0.89 lb and is obviously lighter than the Banned 1
The Banned 1 as a single shoe weighs about 421 grams or 0.92 lb
A look at the inside of the Flyknit 1
inside of the Banned 1
A look at the tongue tab and its extension -all in flyknit at the exception of the tab
Banned 1 tongue and its extension

 

Here are additional pictures of the Air Jordan 1 Flyknit alone

A look at the box as well and its label
Make sure if you purchase these overseas ( in China to be more specific) that the shoes bear the specific logos and markings you see on this picture
Inside stamping- it may vary depends on where you purchase your shoes
A look at the insole of the Flyknit 1
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