Air Jordan 1 Mid WMNS 'Reverse Chicago'
Reminiscent of the “Metallic Red” style last seen in May 2017, the newly-surfaced retro primarily boasts a “colorless” arrangement throughout its upper and sole unit. Vibrant scarlet flair lands on the toe (which lends the pair to a “Red Toe” nickname), profile swooshes, ankle underlays and outsole. Branding on the lateral ankle flap and tongue label also partake in the stark “University Red” contrast, further tying the Air Jordan 1-variant to Chicago Bulls heritage.
Men’s Nike shoes tend to have an equal width between the forefoot and heel. Women’s Nike shoes most often have a narrower heel than forefoot. Some women with a wider foot will often select men’s shoes for comfort, because women’s shoes are often more narrow than men’s shoes. According to Nike, other fit differences between men and women’s shoes include arch length and height.