While all-over branding has propelled itself to the forefront of Nike’s designs this year, the Swoosh has increased its output of a number of other aesthetics that have flown under the radar. One of those being a mismatched look that was popularized by Skepta’s Air Max BW collaboration from earlier in the year that saw the left shoe done up with blue detailing and its left-footed counterpart sporting a red and white makeup. Nike’s marathon-ready Zoom Fly SP has received a similar treatment, and now the Air Jordan 1 Mid in GS sizes is set to fit the same bill. Hyper Pink and Black split duties on this selection, with mismatching sole units and midfoot Check branding. Dual-colored Jumpman logos and opposite insteps finish off this selection that is currently available at select retailers the likes of Shoe Palace in select sizes.