Orange And Black Collide Atop This Air Jordan 1 Low

Orange And Black Collide Atop This Air Jordan 1 Low

Aside from a few, bolder exceptions, the Air Jordan 1 Low has showcased quite a bit of restraint over the past few months. The shoe’s colorways have mostly leaned on familiar tones — and whenever straying far from heritage, it rarely ever goes full tilt. Even with its latest, which is easily one of the boldest we’ve seen in a long while, the silhouette errs on the side of caution.

Unlike most of the AJ1’s offerings, the pair here starts with a light pink base, which is displayed across the mid-panel, toe, and tongue. The overlays along the forward half feel separate from the what’s behind, as its vibrant orange color abruptly ends with the eye stays. Then, black neutrals — which also dye the Jumpman and 23 symbols elsewhere — come into play across the collar, heel counter, and Swoosh; and though disparate from the aforementioned, its rear-facing Wings do create a sense of cohesion.

For a closer look at this upcoming Air Jordan 1 Low, check out the official images below. Sizes will likely hit Nike.com as well as select retailers within the coming months.

In other news, the Off-White Air Force 1 Mid is supposedly releasing this May.


Air Jordan 1 Low

SKU: DM3379-600
RELEASE DATE: Jul 6, 2022

US 07/06/2022 Wednesday

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