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The Air Jordan 1 Low SE Utility Gets Upgraded With Durable Materials

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Despite reappearing in its original (“OG”) form with the help of Travis Scott, the Air Jordan 1 Low is set to close out 2021 in its modern-day arrangement. Ahead of the year’s colder months, the silhouette has emerged with non-standard, more-durable materials.

Akin to past iterations of Michael Jordan’s first signature sneaker (and the near-identical Nike Dunk Low), the newly-surfaced pair indulges in a classic “White” base and “Black” overlay combination. Both components, however, comprise of a rigid canvas sure to protect from the elements more than the model’s standard synthetic leather material. Rich red contrast enters the mix across the sneaker’s stitching, as well as via the “Wings” insignias at the bottom heel. The aforementioned coarse cloth across the upper boasts a carbon fiber-like pattern that matches the carbon fiber piece found at the center of the outsole as part of the offering’s “SE” (“Special Edition”) and “Utility” qualities.

Enjoy official images of the low-top Air Jordan 1 here below, and anticipate a Nike.com release soon.

In related sneaker news, the Jordan 5 “Bluebird” is set to launch on October 7th.

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UPDATE (12/15/2021):
A US release date is confirmed for December 27th, 2021.
Air Jordan 1 Low SE Utility
Release Date: Dec 27th, 2021 (Monday)
Color: White/Gym Red/Black
Womens: $110 Style Code: DD9337-106

North AmericaDec 27th, 2021 (Monday)