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La Flame’s “Baroque Brown” style influences the design of the Jordan Stadium 90.

As one of the most popular collaborators in the sneaker ecosystem, Travis Scott’s many Jordan silhouettes have influenced a number of contemporary general release counterparts. From the Air Jordan 1 Low “Mocha” to the recently previewed Olive-accented Jordan Stadium 90, the latter is returning to La Flame’s past color blockings with a brown-centric palette.
Coating its nubuck, suede and ripstop constructed upper in a clad chocolate brown treatment, clarifying streaks of black line the tongue and collar while filling in the tumbled leather mid-foot Swooshes. The latest addition to the Beaverton brand’s lifestyle lineup undergoes a tonal assortment of browns due to the diverse range of textures, dipping its fighter jet-inspired forefoot in a vibrant shade while the AJ 1’s nubuck vamp arranges a fainter hue. Further nods to the aforementioned slate of colorways appear within the cream-colored midsole and vibrant red branded accents affixed to the heel and medial quarter.
Release date information hasn’t been made available just yet, so in the meantime enjoy official images of the Jordan Stadium 90 “Baroque Brown” below.
For more Jumpman offerings, check out where to buy the Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG “Washed Heritage” ahead of the pair’s release this Saturday, June 10th.








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