Air Jordan 1 Mid PS White Shadow 640734-073

$149.95

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Description

The Air Jordan 1 Mid PS ???White Shadow?????N is the preschool sizing of Michael Jordans coveted first signature shoe in an easy-to-style colorway. The ???White Shadow?????N appears on the Jordan 1 Mid silhoutte . one of the most popular looks in Jordan Brands line. Design details include buttery black leather on the toe cap . forefoot . and mid-panel. Contrasting white leather can be found on the perforated toe box . middle eyelet panel . collar . and heel. Branding appears in the form of a grey leather Swoosh on either side . a black ???Wings?????N emblem on the collar . and white Jumpman on the tongue tag sewn onto the white nylon tongue. The white pull tab on the heel is a helpful design that makes wearing and taking off the shoe a breeze.

Washing Instructions

If you love your assets and want to keep them happy, here are the proper steps to take…
WASHING:
Always wash your whites and darks separately.
Wash with cold to warm water, not hot.
Machine wash on the delicate cycle.
DRYING:
BEST: Air dry in the shade. Yes, seriously.
IN A JAM?:Tumble dry on the cool to warm fluffing cycle and remove immediately after.
COMMON MISTAKES IN UNDERWEAR CARE:
HIGH HEAT: Baking (literally) your underwear at super high temperatures causes the elastic and fabric to degrade at a much faster rate
DIRECT SUNLIGHT: Sunlight, as good as it is, is a significant contributing factor to color fading and to the degradation of the elastic and fabric
FABRIC SOFTENER & BLEACH: While these were great on your old tighty-whities, modern materials, and fabrics do not need them to maintain that silky smooth feel
OVERAGGRESSIVE WASHING: Your time is valuable, we get that. But tossing your delicates (yes, we used that word) in with your jeans, towels and other rough fabrics can reduce the lifespan of your underwear. And washing on too harsh of a wash cycle can cause lint pills to develop. .