As Jordan Brand stands today, there are two distinct avenues of inline design: one is by and large more heritage-focused with vintage shapes while the next is ambitious with its eyes planted firmly on the future and untapped innovations. React lead the charge for a series of silhouettes just last year and the Aerospace 720 surprised many for its aesthetics just a few months ago, but now, as an ostensible offshoot of the latter, the Meta-Morphy Utility has joined the makeshift series as its newest flagship. Appearance-wise, the model seems to be based on the Air Jordan 1’s last, though it offers up just a bit less volume for a somewhat sleeker overall profile. Leading upwards, the pair starts with a toe cap detailed by aggressive perforations and ends with a minimal heel counter only enhanced by a bulky lower heel support as well as a small vertically stitched bit of paneling. Above, you can find a bright red pull in match of the stitch seen on the side’s circular base as well as the various detailing that etch atop the tongue and center point’s ornate markings. Grab a detailed look at these here and find them available now at a host of retailers.