Nike caught us all off guard at the end of last week, dropping its Air Jordan 1 “UNC” collaboration with Virgin Abloh days ahead of schedule.

While not all of us were lucky enough to get our paws on a pair, those who did got straight on Instagram to show us how to flex this silhouette on the daily. These Jordans are probably easier to style than some of Abloh’s previous sneaker drops, but injecting bright colorways into your footwear rotation comes easier to some than others.

That’s why we’ve rounded up a selection of the best on-foot IG shots we could find — to show how it’s done. Take a peek below and don’t forget to let us know which look you like best in the comments.

Mix-matched laces

Tats optional

Match the colorway head to toe à la DJ Khaled

Classic blue jeans never fail

Make like JT and flex them courtside

Brighten up muted shades

Go camo

Pair with a pastel bucket hat

Which UNC vibe would you rock? Let us know in the comments.

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