feature image

First Look At The Japan Exclusive Air Jordan 1 “Neutral Grey”

4.57 / 5 81 VOTES
post-desclaimer-icon This post contains references to products from one or more of our advertisers. We may receive compensation when you click on links to those products. The opinions and information provided on this site are original editorial content of Sneaker News.

Among Dunk Highs and Lows, Japan had exclusive dibs on some of the best colorways of the early 2000s, and among them, the Air Jordan 1 saw to quite a few that are finally set to arrive once more for the first time since their initial debuts. Next to the much darker “Midnight Navy” Co.JP, the brand is also providing a refitted “Neutral Grey” complement replete with much of the metallic polish it boasted originally. The overlays — heel wraps, ankle flaps, and swooshes — reveal these more aggressively with a medal-like sheen, matching that of the toe box whose surrounding panels prefer a more matted finish. Elsewhere, Wings insignia stamp atop pronounced, rounding off the branding alongside the newly adopted “Nike Air” at the tongue and its inside’s self-referential numbering. Grab one of the first looks at its modern look here and expect a release to land at Nike.com hopefully around July 25th.

In other news, a new Infrared Air Jordan 1 Low is coming soon.

Air Jordan 1 “Neutral Grey”
Release Date: July 25th, 2020
Color: Neutral Grey/Metallic Silver-White
Style Code: 555088-029

Source: @earylgvng