The Air Jordan 1 Low has become a go-to option for countless consumers looking to get into the sneaker space. Recently, the late Peter Moore’s 37-year-old design emerged in a “Black/White” colorway.
Counterpart to a previously-seen Air Jordan 1 Mid, the panda-like proposition primarily indulges in a pitch-dark arrangement that allows for the slightest contrast to revel in the spotlight. Akin to its taller kin, the newly-surfaced option opts for simple “White” detailing at the top of the tongue, profile swooshes and logos at the heel, while also covering its oft-imitated midsole in a “colorless” finish. Together, the aforementioned components create an ever-versatile look for the low-top Air Jordan 1.
Enjoy official images of the pair ahead, and anticipate a Nike.com launch soon.
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