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An Air Jordan 1 Low “Tie-Dye” Surfaces Ahead Of Spring 2022

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As one of the more experimental propositions in Michael Jordan’s signature sneaker line, the Air Jordan 1 Low has accomplished a lot since debuting as an off-court style in the mid-1980s. Recently, the silhouette has indulged in a heritage-inspired “Black Toe” arrangement accompanied by a spring-ready tie-dye finish around the heel.

Akin to some of the model’s most iconic ensembles, the newly-surfaced Air Jordan 1-variant mostly boasts a leather construction, though materials near the collar and at the lower heel differ in an ostensibly textile material. The differing component is overtaken by a vibrant mint tone and a more subdued purple color, both hues applied in a seemingly random pattern. Remaining panels and components across the upper follow a tried-and-proven white and black arrangement, while Nike Dunk-reminiscent sole units partly join in on the eye-catching fun: tread is appears entirely in the aforementioned mint flair.

No official Nike.com release date has been disclosed by the company, but that’s likely to change in the next month. In any case, enjoy close-up shots of the shoes here below.

For more NIKE, Inc. product expects to drop before the end of the year, check out the sacai x Nike Cortez previewed during the Japanese brand’s Autumn/Winter 2022 fashion show.







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