With the Air Jordan, 1 Low Flyease prepped for a retail release during the Summer 2022 season, Jordan Brand’s decision to lead things off with such an unexpected colorway is a bit of a head-scratcher. By no means is this a knock on the “Bio Hack” (which debuted on the Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG as part of the Tokyo-inspired series of Air Jordans), but it’s rather obscure considering the wealth of directions in the Air Jordan 1 family. However, we digress. This neon-heavy mix of colors seems to work well with this modern, utility-driven approach to the Air Jordan 1 that was intended for use among those with physical challenges. The color-blocking itself is accurate to the original while also giving us an idea of what an Air Jordan 1 Retro Low OG “Bio Hack” could look like should Jordan Brand choose to go that route. Several color options of the Air Jordan 1 Low Flyease are expected to release in Summer 2022, so keep it locked in for updates.