New Year's Eve may seem like the distant past right now, but Jordan Brand is keeping the memory of that reason for Dry January alive with the Air Jordan 1 "Metallic Silver," a piece that has a striking resemblance to a disco ball. This is the first time the Air Jordan 1 silhouette has been dressed in such a way, giving sneaker fans more than enough reason to covet. It dropped Saturday, February 1, but can still be shopped at resale platform StockX.

The latest Air Jordan 1 comes with a tile-like, reflective upper, keeping things neutral down below with a clean white midsole and simple black outsole. Surprisingly, there's more than meets the eye, though. Inside, the '70s vibe is continued with a luxe red velvet insole, finished off with a Nike trophy graphic and gold stars.

While this is the first time the Air Jordan 1 has got such an outing, it's not the first time Nike has gifted us OTT colorways. The Air Max 1 "Liquid Gold," which dropped at the end of last year, as well as the iridescent edition of the Blazer, being two shining examples. StockX data shows the Air Jordan 1 "Metallic Silver" is currently selling for an average of $266 on the site, making it a good time to purchase if this one inevitably caught your eye.

Get the Air Jordan 1 "Metallic Silver" at StockX.

Jordan 1 Mid "Metallic Silver"

Jordan 1 Mid "Metallic Silver"

$334

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