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Detailed Look At The Lance Mountain Inspired Air Jordan 1 Low SB

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The newest generation of Nike SB has spawned quite a few wild creations as of late, returning to some hallmarks while taking on newfound collaborators like the young Oskar Rozenberg or the legendary Japanese streetwear label FPAR. And with native Eric Koston taking a liking to the Air Jordan 1 Low, it’s only fitting that the basketball silhouette’s newest skateboarding-infused run use the silhouette as its canvas. Presented in two halves, each foot opts for two distinctly unique colorways underneath a removable fabric of tan canvas, paying homage to Lance Mountain and his creations from quite a few years ago. One pair opts for everyone’s favorite “Royal” with its opposite dressing up in the iconic UNC colors seen just a few months prior thanks to Koston’s heartfelt homage. Brand new out of the box, the only discernible traits of each respective set can be found at the tread, tongue tab, and the edges of the paneling as each compliments its core palette best. Along the insole graphic, a simple Nike SB logo lock up rests with wild color filling its geometric backdrop. Grab a close-up look right here and sit tight for more details as we approach its December 6th release date.

Air Jordan 1 Low SB
Release Date: December 6th, 2019
Color: Desert Ore/Royal Blue/Dark Powder Blue
Style Code: CJ7891-200

Photos: @jorordo