While the Air Jordan 1 High has a few clean colorways coming up, Spring/Summer’s Lows are set for a jam packed set of diverse schemes. Among Infrared overlays and light, modified Cement prints, the silhouette is also set to collect nearly every one of its neon shades as this forthcoming pair cascades downwards from the tongue to the toe box with pink, bright orange, and cooling Aqua Blue. These very accents are then surrounded by neutral black nubuck whose various paneling match near exhaustively for a matte stealth effect. The swooshes applied top, though of the same shade, are given a soft grey backing for a more pronounced visual imprint. Grab a detailed look at these right here and expect to find them at Nike.com and select retailers hopefully within the coming months.
In other news, the Jordan Why Not Zer0.3 Splash Zone should release this month.