Air Jordan 1 Low appears in another “Multi-Color” Take

While once rarely requested, the Air Jordan 1 Low has become as strong a component to the Air Jordan 1 family as the High. Collaborations with notables like Dior, Travis Scott, or even Eric Koston have expanded its audience, ensuring that new GR pairs don’t fall on deaf ears. The silhouette’s latest, which loosely takes some inspiration from Melody Ehsani’s camp, accents a relatively neutral black toe base with a variety of colorful, Summer-appropriate hues. Along the underlying base, a white mesh takes the place of leather, adding further dimension to the blue, green, red, and orange color blocking that seats the counter up. Wings insignia then stamp in a bold, contrasty white along the heel, while the tongue’s patch does the same though with the beloved Jumpman. Grab a detailed look at these right here and expect a release to arrive at select stockists and Nike.com hopefully within the coming months.

In other news, the Air Jordan 1 Co.Jp Midnight Navy was revealed in detail yesterday.

Air Jordan 1 Low “Multi-Color”Style Code: CZ4776-101

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