Aleali May’s Latest Air Jordan Proves the Future of Sneakers Is Genderless

Aleali May’s Latest Air Jordan Proves the Future of Sneakers Is Genderless 3

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Hot on the heels of her latest Nike Air Jordan 1 collaboration, Aleali May has reportedly already lined up her next Jordan Brand collaboration. Leaked images suggest that May has put her signature touch on the Nike Air Jordan 14 Low, a silhouette that was previously reworked by CLOT’s Edison Chen.

If the rumors are to be believed, May has opted for a fully grey suede upper with marbled minty green on parts of the midsole and tongue. Gold hits on the outsole finish off the look. The sneaker arrives in a mint green box with Aleali May’s signature across the top.

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May has become one of Jordan Brand’s premier collaborators, already reworking a handful of retro Air Jordans. While May is best known for her work on the Nike Air Jordan 1, this AJ 14 Low hits it out of the park thanks to the subtle and tasteful colorway. May continues to blur the lines of gendered sneaker collaborations, designing sneakers that both male and female sneakerheads go crazy over.

With many sneakerheads calling for a more gender-neutral sneaker community, inclusive sizing, and female representation in positions that matter, Aleali May’s maverick collaborations are hugely welcome.

There is currently no information on when the Aleali May x Nike Air Jordan 14 Low will be released. Stay tuned for updates and, in the meantime, take a look at the leaked images above.

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